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Broken Arrow Xmas LA Show

Broken Arrow will be playing our final show of the year on December 9th at Harvard & Stone with our friends Bullet & Snowfox and special guest from the UK, Paul Freeman. This will be our Xmas Party for fans, friends and family and good way to wrap up the year after spending most of it on our record.

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We’re really happy with how the record sounds so far and will be playing most of the songs from it as well as a new song we recently got together in rehearsal called ‘Love Like This’.

It’s been a minute since updating what’s been going on with BA on this site since recording the new astrid album. Broken Arrow was still very active since we announced the astrid reunion. Brandi and I went out to Joshua Tree with photographer and director Nitin Vadukul and shot all the artwork for our debut and also shot a video for future single ‘Promises’.

Last month saw us play H&S with Lauren Ruth Ward, Marc With Love and Jeremy Pinnell and the 55’s. This was a really awesome night and our first show with Matt LaRocca on guitar as Pablo has been working on the new Snow Patrol album.

Our management is working on some exciting things for next year and we should have some news about the record by early 2016. We hope to see some of you at Harvard & Stone, Dec 9th. Happy Holidays!

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Sleepwalking, Indiscretion & Nitin Vadukul

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‘Sleepwalking’, the next single from Charlie Clark and The Majestic 12 will be released later this month and the first release on my own imprint called ‘Indiscretion’ distributed through Manimal Vinyl. I’m extremely honored and excited to announce that the video for this single will be a collaboration with visual artist and photographer Nitin Vadukul.

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Nitin’s bio speaks for itself. Nitin Vadukul is one of modern photography’s visionaries. He is noted for his portraiture and surreal art photography. He emerged in the 1990s as one of the lead photographers for James Truman’s Details and The Source Magazine. He has also worked for Rolling Stone, The Face, International editions of Vogue, Tina Brown’s Tatler, and Newsweek, where he photographed President Obama’s first cover for the magazine.

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He started working for Details in 1994 along with David La Chapelle, Albert Watson, and Anton Corbjin, shooting an average of almost ten assignments a month for the magazine over four years. Portraits included Tim Roth, Iggy Pop, Sonic Youth, Rick Rubin, Damien Hirst, Jim Jarmusch, Charles Barkley, John Malkovitch, Donald Sutherland, Blondie and Patrick Stewart.

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He has also photographed His Holiness The Dali Lama, Jennifer Connelly, Wes Bentley, Liev Schreiber, David Byrne, Depeche Mode, Paul Simon, Phillip Glass, Brian Eno and The Black Eyed Peas.

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His relationship with The Source began in 1997 and he went on the shoot almost 20 covers for the magazine. In this role he photographed many hip-hop legends, including Dr. Dre, Snoop Dog, Eminem, Jay-Z, the Wu-Tang Clan, Puff Daddy, Queen Latifah, LL Cool J, Missy Elliot and Wyclef Jean. Vadukul’s imaginative style has long appealed to artists, and over the years he has photographed album covers and art for Ozzy Osbourne, Beck, Korn, Moby, Herbie Hancock, DMX, Mudvayne, Luna, Eve, Kronos Quartet, 50 Cent and the Secret Machines.

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He has also shot ad campaigns for IBM, Reebok, Adidas, Nike, and Air Jordan, creating images of athletes such as Derek Jeter, Ray Allen, Roy Jones Jr., Randy Moss, Danica Patrick, and Ichiro Suzuki. His photography has also been featured in solo and group exhibitions in the USA, the UK, Japan, France, Germany and Russia. Recently, his 1993 black and white portrait of Radiohead (originally taken for Rolling Stone) was featured at the Brooklyn Museum as part of the Who Shot Rock book and traveling exhibition.

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Nitin and I became friends earlier this year when he moved from NY to L.A and we would meet up and talk about art, films, music and chocolate. He had sent me some of the short films he had made over the years and I instantly fell in love with one in particular called ‘Kawa – World of Skin’ which would eventually become the ‘Sleepwalking’ promo video. We had a lot of fun editing this video with my old friend Chris Patridge who worked on all my promo videos for the ‘Feel Something’ Ep.

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Nitin has also directed the art for the new Broken Arrow record and shot all our publicity pics, art and directed a promo video which we just wrapped shooting in Joshua Tree this past weekend.

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