Noah Bunink

Le Pop sportif

You probably remember Bastiaan van Zadelhoff's latest lo-fi-inclined montage from just a few days back? Well, on more Amsterdam-related news, here he is again as a guest in Sami El Hassani's newest video production for the Netherlands-based garment company Pop Trading Company, per usual. But this time, the two main heads are fellow LIVE regulars Noah Bunink and Logan da Silva Ortiz, whose cobblestone-mounted stunts just won't stop scrolling past Sami's lens, attached to a camera set to 4:3 format settings, to then be given the black and white treatment for a general impression that's always reminiscing of the original VHS tapes of "EASTERN EXPOSURE" (Dan Wolfe's revolutionary video, from which a lot of footage was later compiled in "CLOSURE"). Of course, here, the style calendar is on the year twenty twenty page, implying many inventive tricks on awkward spots - all of which we'll now leave up to you to appreciate!

Pop fashion week

They were in town to import their very own BYOBSS from Amsterdam to Paris, but took the time for way more, from catwalks to parties, all spiced up by that street thing, despite the heat! Proof, here with many new faces to top it…

Booticelliboys in Thaïholland

On paper, given the number of paved floors that can be heard and seen, the video probably takes place a little more in Holland than in Thailand. Although they have added some exotic touches, the Booticelli boys play at home for this video. In this case, at least it guaranteed quality guests with some guys from Pop that we know well at LIVE like Noah Bunink and Willem Van Dijk, but also the intrepid Glen Fox who is no longer to present. Far from huge bangers everywhere, guys keep a cool, friendly identity and always take pleasure in filming with cameras probably older than me.

#PFW clip

Where most Fashion Week warriors would leave town most likely feeling hangover just from vague memories of parties they never even attended, we already know the Pop heads always bring back home a sick edit, wether it poured rain, snow, champagne or street beers… Despite celebrating Hugo Snelooper's b-day, beer mouthwash and all… Mission accomplished!

A sparking 2018!

A yearful of Pop, what does it adds up to, in the end? Well, to a good chunk of disparate and not always obvious spots from all around Europe, all tackled in good spirits… Proof, here, obviously!

No I in Pop!

Some new new, or at least some new faces at Pop! But, fear not, they fit perfectly in the crew, while still adding their own little thing! On the other, they also stick on the strict Dutch rule of having a name no one will ever remember…

#pfw

Sure, the Pop heads were in Paris for Fashion Week before the summer, but they sure did more than attend fashion shows! And sure, they visited the classic hang-outs the city and its surroundings have to offer, but only to spin them their way, making it spicy, once again! Good stuff, we tell ya…

Mo'Pop, Mo'London…

Mo' Problems? Off course not!

More, at Grey!

Brit Pop!

Or when the Pop heads do London… They do it right, as you would expect! Oh, and you'll witness one of the beautifullest mob flip you'll ever see… Trust us.

Pop trap!

Could trap be those modern days pop music!? For better, and most often than not, worst? Sure… But, not this time, as this compilation of Jan Maarten Sneep footie is more than déjà vu with déjà heard on top, and gives us many unseen clips of Noah BuninkAlex Raeymaekers and the rest of the boys. And, at the end, Willem van Dijk stays chief.

Electro Pop!

Looking for a best-of of the year Pop Clips? Well, here it is! Hell, they even threw some of that music young people listen to on top of it!

Dutch Pop

The Pop homies strike back with two new secret weapons: a young and talented Yeelen Moens, and a most likely not so young anymore but talented (well…) nonetheless Frank Boeijen for their soundtrack! And let's be honest, you might not be ready for it… Not the skating, uh, we speak about the song… Well, you tell us what you make of it!

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