03.06.15 by Jeff

Dance Video of the Day: Seaweed Sisters “Water Fountain”

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Seaweed Sisters is a passion project by acclaimed dancers/choreographers Megan Lawson, Jillian Meyers and Dana Wilson. Prior to meeting my girlfriend I wasn’t at all familiar with the dance world, but these days my favourite thing to search on Youtube is urban dance camp, and I’ve become a huge fan of these three women. This film, set to Tuneyard’s “Water Fountain”, is a follow up to their last film choreographed to Major Lazer’s “Get Free”.

Watch both films below.


Choreographed & Performed by The Seaweed Sisters:
Megan Lawson, Jillian Meyers & Dana Wilson

Shot, Directed & Edited by: Danny Madden & Isaac Ravishankara

Choreographed & Performed by The Seaweed Sisters:
Megan LawsonJillian Meyers & Dana Wilson

Produced and Overseen by: Lando Wilkins

Shot and Edited by: Andrew Rose













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



  • Joe

    So so good – thank you for posting. I don’t know if I ever would have stumbled over this but I’m hooked now.

    • ya! it’s not something i would know how to look for unless someone had pointed me to it either!





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