02.09.15 by Jeff

Music Video: Here We Go Magic “Falling” Director’s Cut


Director’s cut of Sam Kuhn’s video for “Falling” by Here We Go Magic. Looks like it was shot on 16mm. Love the vibe! Watch the video below.

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27.08.15 by Staff

Music Video: Sheep, Dog & Wolf “Breathe”


Fantastic job by directing duo, Thunderlips, for New Zealand musician, Daniel McBride a.k.a. Sheep, Dog & Wolf. Similar vibe to The Mercadantes’ work but a little edgier. Watch various people, in various states of breathlessness, in the video for “Breathe” below!

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26.08.15 by Jeff

Music Video: A$AP Rocky “Everyday”


Love the new video for A$AP Rocky’s “Everyday”, directed by Emmanuel Cossu and Fleur & Manu. The video depicts the price of fame, opening with the rapper facedown in a pool, dead. Rod Stewart is sampled on the Mark Ronson-produced track (Hudson Mohawk and several others share production credits) and briefly appears in the video along with Miguel and Ronson.

Watch “Everyday” below.

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25.08.15 by Jeff

Music Video: DJDS “You Don’t Have To Be Alone”


DJDS’ “You Don’t Have To Be Alone” is like a cinematic version of Chill Wildlife. Directed by Daniel Pappas and Nick Walker, this beautifully shot video follows one lone pup as he finds his wolf pack. Love it. Watch below!

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19.08.15 by Staff

Music Video: Beirut “Gibraltar”


Another great Brother Willis collaboration for Beirut’s “Gibraltar,” the first track off their forthcoming album, No No No. Watch the video below!

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18.08.15 by Staff

Music Video: Tame Impala “Let It Happen”


Video for Tame Impala’s “Let It Happen,” directed by David Wilson, features some great transitions and a lot of anxiety. Watch below!

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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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