Cercle, the French media company that works to promote artists, filming live performances and DJ sets around the world, asked the French multi-instrumentalist FKJ (known as French Kiwi Juice) to perform in one of the most magical and spectacular places in the world.
On a raft in the middle of the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, the world’s largest salty expanse, FKJ played its unique sound music for an hour and a half. In a place where a few fingers of water cover dozens and dozens of kilometers of white salt, where the sky and the sea seem to merge, his music has become the soundtrack of a breathtaking location.
Here you will find the full video of Live, to be watched in one go or simply put as a background.
Venue: Salar de Uyuni
Produced by Cercle
Executive producers: Philippe Tuchmann & Derek Barbolla
Film directed by: Pol Souchier & Derek Barbolla
Directors of photography: Mathieu Glissant
Sound engineer: Laurent de Boisgisson & Thomas Cooksey
Assisted by: Aurélien Moisan
Sound mastering: Laurent de Boisgisson
Drone: Alexis Olas