17.08.15 by Jeff

Music Video: Gabrielle Aplin “Sweet Nothing”


Definitely some Feist vibes in this fun video for British singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin, directed by Joe Conner. Watch “Sweet Nothing” below.

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13.08.15 by Jeff

Video of the Day: Japanese Band’s Google Street View Hyperlapse Music Video


Japanese band group inou used a popular Javascript hyperlapse utility for Google Street View to great effect in the music video for their song “Eye”. If you want to create your own Google Street View Hyperlapses, head over here.

Watch the music video below, I quite like the portion of the video where the images glitch and break apart.

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11.08.15 by Jeff

Trippy video of the Day: Ash Koosha “I Feel That”


Mind-melting video directed by Hirad Sab for Ash Koosha’s track “I Feel That,” features 3D figures in off-kilter poses. Definitely a song I would never listen to on its own, but the video is oddly captivating. Check it out below!

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05.08.15 by Staff

Music Video of the Day: Awwz “Awake”


Fantastic visuals in the video for Awwz’s dreamy track “Awake.” Check out the full video by Barcelona-based director Eloi Colom below, as well as the interactive edit.

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05.08.15 by Staff

Trippy Animation of the Day: NETWORKS “SIZQ”


Gorgeous animated video from Japanese trio, Networks. Love the style here! Directed by Kohei Yoshino and animated by Satoru Kaneko, watch the video for “SIZQ” below!

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04.08.15 by Staff

Music Video: Djedjotronic “Kaikō”


Great retro graphics for Djedjotronic’s electronic track, “Kaikō”! Watch the video, directed by Daniel Swan, below.

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31.07.15 by Jeff

Music Video: Miami Horror “Cellophane”


Australian electro-pop band Miami Horror’s latest video, directed by Lachlan Dickie, is weird in the best way. “Cellophane” from their sophomore album All Possible Futures features a bunch of people with Inspector Gadget-like limbs. Watch the video below.

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31.07.15 by Jeff

Interactive Music Video: Foals “Mountain At My Gates”


Visionary director Nabil and United Realities utilized GoPro cameras to shoot a spherical video for Foals’ “Mountain At My Gates”. You can view the video below (in Chrome) but to really get the full effect you should open it in the Youtube App on your phone. Stand in one place, and move your phone around as you watch the video.

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