Tagged: musikvideo

OK GO – Drive-By-Recording

Musikkens fysiske udfoldelse
OK GO er [måske mest?] kendte for deres alt for vilde musikvideoer. Men de er nu også super kreative [se tidligere indlæg: Here it goes again, og Red Eye]. Den nye musikvideo er lavet i samarbejde med Chevrolet. Og denne gang har de opsat 1.000 instumenter i ørkenen udenfor LA, og herefter laver de en Drive-by-Recording af sangen Needing/Getting [download studieversionen gratis].

Det tog 4 mdr. at lave opsætning og 4 dage at få indspilning i hus. Og den endelige sang er ikke påført ekstra instrumenter eller lyde efterfølgende. [Download off-road versionen]

Shit Robot – Tuff Enuff

Bloggen trægte til lidt cool musik… og endnu en video – her fra Shit Robot.

Video: 'Cymbal Rush', Radiohead (The Field Remix)


Du har mÃ¥ske allerede Thom Yorkes (fra Radiohead) solo album – The Eraser – der udkom her i sommer. Men mÃ¥ske du ikke har hørt svenske The Fields remix af mr. Yorke ‘Cymbal Rush’. NÃ¥, men det var jo bare videoen ovenfor jeg lige ville poste!

MODERAT – ‘A New Error’

Musikvideo fra lægge-sammen-projektet MODERAT [konstallation mellem de to bands Modeselektor og Apparat].

Natur møder Digital Destruktion (video)

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Kontrast er en kunst. Det er sÃ¥ let bare at fyre den af. Men lidt billeder fra den ’store natur’ kombineret med en smule ‘digital destruktion’ danser fint med hinanden.

Det er drengene fra Special Problems har instrueret musikvideoen til australske Jonathan Boulet’s sang ‘A Community Service Announcement’.


Video Follows Music


Video Follows Music:
Six New Directors Who Are Making Music Video Cool Again (Wired)

Not long ago, it seemed music videos were doomed to go the way of the radio star. Cool bands hated making them, MTV had stopped showing them, and innovative directors like Spike Jonze and Michel Gondry had long since moved on. Then, somewhere between OK Go’s treadmill-dancing “Here It Goes Again” on YouTube (more than 37 million views) and Feist’s “1234” choreography lesson turned iPod ad, the music video made a comeback — and launched a new generation of directors more at home with URL than TRL. Meet the next wave of filmmakers and their greatest hits — so far.


Cat Solen Art-school aesthetic on the cheap.
Key video: Bright Eyes, “At the Bottom of Everything.” As a jetliner plummets toward the ocean, the passengers gleefully embrace, and smiling stop-motion clouds play catch with the plane. “I want to keep making videos because they’re artistic yet appeal to a mass audience,” Solen says.


Rik Cordero Urban tales with a grime-noir twist.
Key video: Nas, “Be a Nigger Too.” A nine-minute epic of narrative arcs within arcs about the most loaded of words, with nearly every directorial technique thrown in. “It used to be the only outlet for non-mainstream videos were street DVDs,” Cordero says. “When YouTube came along, we just ran with it like purse snatchers.”


Matthew Cullen Technical chops and enough whimsy to choke a dramatic prairie dog.
Key video: Weezer, “Pork and Beans.” YouTube semi-celebs from Tay Zonday to the geographically challenged beauty queen are gathered into one joyous mega-meme. “The Web is the new home for the music video,” says Cullen, who’s currently making viral shorts with Tiger Woods for EA. “MTV has become an afterthought.”


Vincent Moon Home movies of hipster bands busking the streets of Paris.
Key video: Animal Collective, “Taste.” Psych-folk weirdos roll down the street in a shopping cart singing garbled vocals into cardboard cups. Moon’s video blog, La Blogotheque, features impromptu performances in odd places by bands like the Shins, Beirut, and the National. “I’m trying to fight what TV has made us in the past 20 years,” he says. “I want to use these new screens to communicate with the world.”


Vincent Morisset Interactive Flash apps set to music.
Key video: Arcade Fire, “Neon Bible.” Clicking on the screen while frontman Win Butler sings causes him to perform sleights of hand with spooky expressionistic flair. “When I was a kid,” Morisset says, “I paid 50 cents for an MTV phone contest to see ‘Pour Some Sugar on Me’ a second time. So the immediacy of online is a plus.”


Keith Schofield – Visual gags worthy of Chuck Jones.
Key video: Brighton Port Authority, “Toe Jam.” Fatboy Slim tapped Schofield to shoot his new supergroup’s first single (featuring Dizzee Rascal and David Byrne). In it, a bunch of shag-carpet-loving swingers dance nude, Busby Berkeley-style, but it’s the censor bars over the naughty bits that steal the show. “It’s great,” says Schofield, who’s working on videos for CSS, Ladyhawke, and the Ting Tings. “You can make a video about pop culture or videogames or Linux, and then it goes viral.”

Kilde: www.wired.com


Radiohead Music Video Contest Winners 2008


Radiohead Music Video Contest
I marts 2008 blev der fundet 4 vindere af animationskonkurrencen om Radioheads nye video. Konkurrencen blev afholdt i samarbejde med AniBoom.com , og foregik lidt ligesom en faseopdelt arkitektkonkurrence. Fase 1: 900 storyboards Fase 2: 236 videoklip, Fase 3: 13 semifinalister, Fase 4: 5 finalister.

Endeligt blev det til 4 vindere, som hver især har færdiggjort deres animationsfilm. Hvis du vil se alle runners up filmene, så kan du se dem på dette link. (eller her på youtube)

Nedenfor har vi de 4 vinderfilm!…arkitektkonkurrencer forekommer næsten som et stort sort hul af spildt af tid, hvor kun ET enkelt projekt bliver til noget!!

(husk fullscreen og HQ)

se de 3 andre vindere nedenfor:

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Reklame – "House of Cards"

(slÃ¥ High Quality til i “Youtube options” menu og se den i Fullscreen)

“Radiohead was kind enough to donate a track for the new Leo Burnett-created campaign for UK housing charity, Shelter. The “House of Cards” work is designed to raise awareness of the fragility of the UK housing situation, which sees millions of people being pushed to breaking point by high housing costs, which are trapping people in bad housing and causing homelessness”.