Ink and water mix in this all-too-short music video for Peter & Clara by MadeOn.
A new music video for Goose. Directed and production by David Strindberg and Johan Bring of PUNX STHLM (say that three times fast). I’ve watched this twice and all I can think about is how much fun this probably was too shoot. “Ok, everybody put on these insane costumes, line up, and completely spaz out. Action!” (via cliptip)
[Control] explores the world of township cults, street preaches and teen gangs and was shot on location in a squatted train boarding house in Langa, Cape Town. The cast is mainly made up of the neighborhood kids who run their own dance troop, Happy Feet.
As bizarre as it is incredibly beautiful. (via cliptip)
A few weeks ago we established what my wife thinks of Holly Throsby and then today I discovered this new video for Throsby’s latest single What I Thought of You which may have just made Megan’s mind explode completely. Directed by Yanni Kronenberg, the video is a worldwide collaboration filmed on Super 8 by 20 people between 1974 and 2011 in Australia, America, Canada, The United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Greece, Iceland, Ukraine, Sweden and Brazil. (via theo)
Apparently I have been living in a cave because this music video released last year by Mumford and Sons has nearly five million views and a quick tour check shows they played, literally, in my back yard at the Riviera theater here in Chicago a few months ago and I was none the wiser. The four-member English folk rock band set the internet on fire last night (and crashed their own web site) after a quick 2-minute opener for Bob Dylan with the song above. I’m sure for some of you this is tantamount to me discovering a hot new band called “Radiohead”, but if it’s new to just a few of you my work here is done.
A new video for the Dutch hip hop and R&B group De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig.
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