Above you will find recently leaked video of the PLaNETS robot running amok.
Max Burgundy video
New York hip-hop artist, Max Burgundy, has released a well branded music video for his single entitled, Life Ain’t Funny. What I like about the video is the manner in which Max embraces New York City through public spaces and “interaction” with fellow New Yorkers. The gritty, urban visuals within Life Ain’t Funny really fit…
Boxes music video
Boxes is an electropop band out of London, and above is their music video for Throw Your Stones – a single the band will be releasing on July 11th. The video was directed by the creative duo of JonJai via The Bank. The idea of utilizing boxes for Boxes is somewhat interesting due to the…
Peaches “Mud” music video
Above is the newly released video for Mud, which signals the final installment of a series of videos created for each track found on Peaches’ 2009 album, “I Feel Cream.” Directed by Vice Cooler, the video douses the singer in a number of fluids and powders as well as heavy doses of fertilizer. Check Peaches’…
Teddybears music video
Sweden’s Teddybears have returned with a new music video for their single, Cardiac Arrest, featuring a nice use of type and few glowing grid lines from TRON.
Wavves career insights
Interesting mini-documentary slash music video from punk band Wavves. It’s always interested to hear bands speak of their growth and maturity as they cycle through albums and gain insight as to who they want to be and where they want to take their music. Some damn fine music to listen to here as well.
Matt and Kim music video
Already two weeks old, but I still enjoy watching Matt & Kim pound each other. Directed by Jonathan Del Gatto, this music video for the single, Cameras, presents alternative pop as a very violent art. Of course it is.