OK Go - End Love. Brilliant timing throughout the whole clip.
Interesting article about the discovery of forgotten music; the music from Greek immigrants in New York around WW1.
The future of dance: WCO
Be prepared to be surprised. If you love Tron, you can’t dislike this:
Via This Is Colossal:
Wrecking Crew Orchestra are a dance crew out of Japan consisting of eight men who in these videos are seen dancing with perfectly synchronized electroluminescent light suits designed by iLuminate. Keep in mind, what you’re watching is live and unedited. The second video above is a recent commercial for Experia and here’s a little bit of behind-the-scenes footage from that shoot. So much fun.
Love is making it’s way back home
This video was created with over 12,000 pieces of construction paper, shown as it was shot, with no effects added in post.
I love it.
Britney Spears facemorph through time. From baby till now. Freaky stuff..
8 Bit music
8 bit music has a nostalgic NES game feeling. There’s many people creating some really high quality 8bit style covers of modern(and some less modern) pop songs. I found two really great artists on Soundcloud, Afterfield and Gaw 8. Here are some of the songs I liked best and had a great laugh with.
In the line of my last post, here’s a great remix video. Wreck and Salvage made this cool little mashup about copying.
Just because we can.
Director Greg Jardin and singersongwriter Kina Grannis are giving the videotherm ‘jello’ a whole new meaning. In the most literal sense of the word, they used 288.000 jelly beans to make a videoclip. It took them about a year to finish it, but with a sweet result.
Don’t miss the making off:
Great effects packed videoclip for Manchester Orchestra’s song Simple Math.
The Magic of Berlin
Resident Advisor published it’s third installment in it’s Real Scenes music documentaries.
Real Scenes is a series of films, supported by and conceived with Bench, in which we explore the musical, cultural and creative climate within electronic music’s key destinations. We’ll look at the role singular figureheads—producers, DJs, promoters—play in making their city’s music scene a point of world-wide interest. We’ll also look at places, spaces and inspirations, seeking out the essence of what gives these hyper-local scenes a truly global resonance.
Part 3 tell’s us how the Berlin techno scene came to rise, and why it’s so unique in Berlin. This documentary shows the love for what they do. Sit down, and watch. It’s worth it.