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2,328 dancers,1 drone & OK GO on honda unicycles won’t let you down

on October 29, 2014 by Bridget Comments

This latest video clip from OK GO won’t let you down.  Apart from the beautiful visual effects the organisation behind this continuous one-shot 5 minute video clip is impressive.  You can get more detail about the production on The Japan Times.  I would have loved to see the PPM!

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Gorillaz DoYaThing with Converse

on March 1, 2012 by Martina Comments

A pretty cool project for music and sneakers fans: Converse has put together a new line up of testimonials, Gorillaz, Andre 3000, and James Murphy. The news is a news because the monster collab includes a limited edition Chuck Taylor All Star Gorillaz Collection plus an original track with a pretty sick video. Read more…

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The Shins: Simple Song & Awesome video

on February 25, 2012 by Martina Comments

I’m a big fan of the Shins, and after watching their new music video I love them even more. Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (the Daniels) “Simple Song” features the short story of a crazy, amateur filming father who passes away and leaves his children with a challenge to find his inheritance. Read more…

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OK Go: All is not Lost

on July 28, 2011 by Tim Comments

Google, OK Go and director Trish Sie have teamed up to create a spandex-heavy video clip for “All Is Not Lost”, the 7th single off their 2010 album “Of the Blue Colour of the Sky”.

If you fancy your own message to appear in the video, head over to All Is Not It is only accessible through the Chrome browser, as part of Google’s strategy of exclusive web experiences. Using HTML5’s canvas technology you can marvel at browser windows resizing and milling about.

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Superstars don’t love

on July 11, 2011 by Martina Comments

Pretty amazing unofficial music video by Travis Hopkins for the song “Superstars Don’t Love” by Buck 65. In 90 seconds, corresponding to the track’s first verse, it features over sixty fictional movie title cards inspired by the lyrics of the song. Read more…

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Cold War Kids, an interactive music video

on May 30, 2009 by admin Comments

Worth the fairly hefty load, this feels like a fresh way to get people interacting and engaging with your music. Turn the Cold War Kids off and on as they play their new single I’ve Seen Enough. So often the music industry pioneers a new technique and the rest of the marketing world play catch up - expect to see this used to sell processed cheese shortly.

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