I’m not sure what I like more: Chad VanGaalen’s dreamy campfire rock tune or it’s alluring animated video clip. Or maybe I’m just swept away by both since the psychedelic video perfectly fits the song. It’s a warping, Fantastic Planet’esque creation, abounding with blue-skinned aliens and fanciful, intergalactic landscapes. The man is a genius and [...]
Yeeha! Another groundbreaking video from the best in the biz. For this latest effort, OK GO worked with director Trish Sie (who is the sister of lead singer Damian Kulash), the dance troupe Pilobolus, and the guys at Google to ‘create the latest HTML5 Chrome Experiment and musical experience. The project showcases the latest in [...]
This video off the Mexican Summer label was directed by Jordan Kim, who also did the very clever Daedelus video for the single, Fair Weather Friends. It comes loaded with a tasty ending! In more ways than one.
My favorite band, Thieves Like Us, has a new video for Your Love Runs Still. As usual, it’s a montage of some messed up movie from the 70s, full of debauchery and weirdness.
Let’s all quite our jobs, cover ourselves in paint and paper flowers, and join a modernist dance group! That’s what tUnE-yArDs latest music video for the song Bizness makes me want to do. And after watching the video can you blame me? I mean seriously, I’ll get the paint if you can get the paper [...]
Sometimes a video is so creative, so enlightening, that you can sit through the glitchy, crazy music, which twists at the ears and warps your brain, and still enjoy it. This is one of them. Kokiriko Bushi, take a bow.
Watching this Shinya Sato directed M.C. Escher-inspired video for Chateau Marmont’s song One Hundred Realities will make you want to grab a bong and skip doing your homework. It’s a futuro sound with retro, tripped out visuals.
The video for Gold Panda’s single Marriage was created by Israeli artist Ronni Shendar on location in India, Germany and Israel. The director is also known for her live A/V work with electronic producer Glitterbug (Till Rohmann).
Directed by Matt Wells and shot in Los Angeles, this video for the Rafter song No Fucking Around is awesome. Why? Err, well, start with the rather unorthodox casting and go from there.
This kaleidoscope music video by Australian band Teeth & Tongue is just what I need to help me get through another busy work week. So while I may be stuck inside editing papers, at least I’ll have this hypnotic video to help me pretend that I’m out dancing in the snow.
This is a weird and kind of unnerving video for Illinois-based psychedelic black metal band Nachmystium’s track Every Last Drop off their most recent album, Addicts: Black Meddle, Part II.