25.09.10 by Jeff

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lcd soundsystem home music video

“Home”, by LCD Soundsystem. Directed by Rick Darge (Funwunce).

Watch the music video below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • awesome video! good lyrics too

  • Leticia

    Love it, Great song!

  • Karlis

    one of the old robot food snowboard videos had pretty much the same boxy robot thing walking around the city in it’s intro

  • So sick.

  • I like being shown the process of the robot being put together and how people look at it curiously walking by. The workings of the robot are interesting compared to the robots you normally see made in videos. For example, having the tape player and the LED facial features, it’s quite retro.

  • lapetitefaon

    Reminds me of the Spike Jonze short robot film I’m Here, http://www.imheremovie.com, also very lovely!

  • I thought of the Robot Food video too. It was Afterbang. I want a robot friend.

    • one of the greatest snowboard videos ever made (along with Decade)

  • Misa

    Haha Im so in this. 5:14! Rick Darge and Mark Armes did a great job

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