13.09.11 by Jeff

Just Us

“Just Us” by Shlohmo. Directed by Arthur Chance.

Shlohmo Just Us music video by Arthur Chance

Watch the music video below!


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



  • This is a really tranquil music video. I love the kaleidoscope style imagery on the screens and how the patterns are in time with the music. The close up part of the video is my favourite as the patterns mix on the one screen, with different forms and colours that go perfectly with the music.

  • Really nice, love Shlohmo’s stuff and the video is really nicely done. Kind of similar to DA-10’s The Future Is Futureless video… http://vimeo.com/25311078

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    Hypnotic





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