This dad from Portland, James Winter, bought shades and staches for his kids and nephew and remade the Beasties’ “Sabotage” music video as a sort of tribute to the late Adam Yauch. It’s quite a riot. The kids look like they’re having fun, and not being exploited for their cute factor.
This music video just blew my mind and I couldn’t stop playing it on loop when I first stumbled upon it. It was created via a collaboration between California-based motion and graphic designer, Patches, and producer, sound arts enthusiast, Jimmy Fontana. Hunting Tigers is a great mixture between absurdity and humor.
This video features some of the most evocative imagery in a music video to come out of Africa. Videos like this are what directors and ad agencies reference when then don’t want to experience the heat, noise and discomfort of deep dark Africa first-hand. Baloji means sorcerer in Swahili. This is some serious African voodoo vibes.
Check out this trippy and creepy music video. There’s a great sense of rhythm in these set of illustration-like moving pictures. I love how very little actually has to be shown to give off a specific mood.
In X-Out, Blanket Barricade presents the story of a desperate pudding chef who is struggling to make ends meet. If only she could find a way to get customers to eat her pudding. Directed by Marshall Axani, this music video video/short film explores the consequences of deceptive actions. This is the second music video in […]
In Stray Shadows, Blanket Barricade presents the story of a couple who is struggling to make their relationship work. If only they knew each other’s hidden secret it might all be okay. Directed by Marshall Axani, the music video/short film explores the unexpected and unusual ways love comes around. This is the first music video in Blanket Barricade’s four-part story-based music video saga directed by Axani [see another video below].
On the heels of the release of their awesome new single National Runner, jangle-gazers The Caseworker now have a wonderful music video to accompany the track thanks to film-maker Joe Macken. The video features footage of the amazing Ethiopian long distance runner, Miruts Yifter, doing his magic. And if you think long distance running is […]
In this new music video for Melbourne indie-rock trio Celadore, an 80s wedding goes bad when guests from hell hijack the proceedings, to the horror of the unsuspecting wedding band. It went from concept to post in fifteen days and was shot on a Canon 7d and 5dmarkII DSLR.
We dig this movie trailer-esque Blaxploitation music video from a stupid funky Afrobeat band from Sydney called The Liberators.
Joanna Gniady, an illustrator from Poland, in a co-operation with the Karuzela Film Group has animated the collage artwork she created to Mademoiselle Karen’s album, Attention.
Canadian indie rock band Hollerado recite their knowledge of American geography in this human 8-bit music video for their song Americanarama. This one-shot video was directed by the band’s friend, Greg Jardin.