Tag Archives: Music Video

Still a little blue…

28 Jul

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Ham Sandwich – Ride A White Horse (Goldfrapp cover)

20 Jul

This is by far the best cover of this song I have heard. Love the natural feel of the acoustic instruments and of course, her voice ist just fantastic.

(Ham Sandwich live at Tower Records, Dublin for the launch of State Magazine.)

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More Ham Sandwich here:

Voodoo here and there…

20 Jul

USEIDEA – Yunnan Baiyao: Witchcraft Doll

“Inhibit the external pain.”

Credits:

Advertising Agency: USEIDEA, Shanghai, China
Creative Directors: Anson Chen, Ocean Liu, Fun Lin
Art Directors: Lizhong Wang, Susan Sun, Mark Zhang
Copywriter: Anson Chen
Illustrator: Jason Lu
Photographer: Zichang, Slash Lou
Published: March 2011

FP7 – Xbox 360 Wireless Controller: Woodoo Soccer

“Xbox 360. Wireless Controller”

Credits:

Advertising Agency: FP7/BAH, Bahrain
Executive Creative Director: Parsoon Joshi
Creative Director: Fadi Yaish
Art Director: Supparat Thepparat
Copywriter: kongpope siriwattanagarn
Photographer: Anuchai -Remix Bangkok
Account manager: Govind Pandey
Photographers: Anuchai Secharunputong, Nok Pipattungkul
Account manager: Govind Pandey
Microsoft India Regional Director: Jaspreet Bindra

Rediffusion DYR – Keo Karpin Hair Vitalizer: Woodoo doll

“Weak hair can be fatal.”

Credits:

Advertising Agency: Rediffusion DYR, Gurgaon, India
Executive Creative Director: Deepesh Jha
Creative Directors: Shameem Mohammad
Art Directors: Payal Singh, Chinmoy Bhowmik
Copywriter: Nikita Doshi
Photographer: Shameem Mohammad
Fabricators: Nikita Doshi, Payal Singh

Piped Music:

 

Studio Killers – Ode to the Bouncer

19 Jul

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The lovely animator/illustrator Eve Wineberg introduced me to the Studio Killers a couple weeks ago. I’ve been loving the provocative elements, mix of cg and traditional animation.
A Denmark/UK trio recently released the a teaser music video for their upcoming debut album. Already it’s started a buzz on the interwebs—partly due to the elusive air about them.

From what I’ve gathered, the Studio Killers are a female trio, Cherry (vocals) Goldie Foxx and Dyna Mink. Note these are aliases. The actual artists don’t prefer the spotlight (or perhaps it’s PR) and hired a animation/design shop to create avatars, giuving them a kind of Gorillaz front. I could continue to prattle on about this, but go ahead and check it out for yourself.

Source.

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More about Studio Killers:

Genre
Electro-pop, house
Mitglieder
Cherry, Goldie Foxx, Dyna Mink
Heimatstadt
London & Hawaii
Plattenfirma
Studio Killers Records
Beschreibung
Studio Killers. No one knows where they came from; one day they were just here staring back at us through our high definition flat screens. They are however an electronic music collective comprised of Cherry, Goldie Foxx and Dyna Mink
Biografie
Aktueller Wohnort
Our Lair in East London
Geschäftsführer
Bipolar Bear
Einflüsse
Giorgio Moroder, Kraftwerk, Nile Rogers & Bernard Edwards, Vince Clarke, Jam & Lewis, Daft Punk, Wolfgang Gartner, Abba, Deadmau5, Stuart Price, Trevor Horn & A-ha
Interessen der Band
Hunting & Phishing
Webseite

 

Eddie Vedder ‘Without You’ on ‘Letterman’

25 Jun


While we’re still a few months away from Pearl Jam’s big 20th anniversary fiesta in September, Eddie Vedder continues to do his own thing. He’s supporting his latest studio effort, Ukulele Songs, taking the Hawaiian-soaked tunes on the road. Last night, he trucked on over to The Ed Sullivan Theater to appear on the Late Show with David Letterman. “I really like this next guy,” Letterman admitted, alluding to their longtime friendship by adding, ”He was nice enough to give me a guitar, and it occupies a position of honor in my home.” Nice. Nearby, Letterman’s trusty partner-in-crime Paul Schaffer joked that he should get a ukulele this time around. Letterman shrugged, said it was up to Vedder, and sprinkled the introduction by insisting that the scruffy rocker’s “single handedly made playing the ukulele cool.”

Cool or not, Vedder maintained a strong presence as he sat on-stage alone. It’s hard to forget this man once dove head first into crowds, splintered stages apart, and dangled from ceiling rafters. Yet, as he strummed away at “Without You”, the light uke chords hinted at another strong facet to his character: the sage-like observer. Hey, the album might not draw you in, but it’s impossible to dismiss this guy when he’s at the mic. As Letterman stated, shortly after the performance, “If I had this voice, you could all kiss my ass.” Well, good start Dave, but you need the beard, the hair, and the 20+ years of authority, too.

Then we’ll talk.

Source.

*Vedder paid tribute to Clarence Clemons during the appearance. Vedder tributed the E Street Band member Clarence Clemons with the late sax legend’s first name painted across the front of his ukele; Clemons passed away last Saturday following a stroke at his Florida home.

Damon Albarn Plans Even More New Projects

23 Jun

Recording in Congo, possible Blur U.S. tour, instrumental album with Flea

Blur/Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn likes to stay busy. And a new Albarn profile in The Guardian gives us a bit more indication of just how busy Albarn will be in the coming months. Albarn’s big current project is his theatrical production Dr. Dee: An English Opera, a musical account of the life of Queen Elizabeth I’s medical and scientific advisor. Albarn wrote the opera, and he’ll also star in it; it premieres July 1-9 at the Manchester International Festival. But that’s just a tiny sliver of what Albarn has planned.

As The Guardian reports, after Dr. Dee wraps up its Manchester run, it’ll play next year at the London Coliseum as part of the Cultural Olympiad, in conjunction with the Olympics. Albarn is also planning to visit the Democratic Republic of the Congo soon for “a project in which DJs and producers will record and sample Congolese music, and aim to complete a record in not much more than a week.” The Guardianalso says that the reunited Blur “may” finally return to the U.S. to play a few shows. Um, yes please. (Asked about the possibility of any new Blur music, Albarn wasn’t willing to say much.)Last year, we reported that Albarn is also part of a new trio with Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea and Fela Kuti drummer Tony Allen, the latter of whom was already Albarn’s bandmate in the Good, the Bad, and the Queen. According to The Guardian, the trio is finishing up work on a “mostly instrumental” album. Allen also contributes to the score of Dr. Dee, a production that, according to Albarn, is intended to evolve rather than to maintain a static existence.Below, check out video of Albern playing an acoustic version of “Apple Carts”, a song from Dr. Dee, on British TV.

 Source.

Watch Radiohead Play a New Song

23 Jun

Watch Radiohead Play a New Song

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo by Sebastian Edge

Watch Radiohead perform a new song, the percussive, brooding “Staircase”, at a session the band shot for Nigel Godrich’s performance series “From the Basement”. They’re joined by Portishead/Robert Plant drummer Clive Deamer. The full session will be broadcast on July 1.

 

A Love Story… In Milk

10 Jun

Made by Catsnake  on commission from Friends of the Earth .
Written and produced by Stephen Follows
Directed and edited by Danann Breathnach
Music composed by Michael Csanyi Wills

The original romance here:

Goldfish – We Come Together

25 May

Credits:

‘We Come Together’ written and performed by Dominic Peters, David Poole and Sakhile Moleshe

Dominic Peters – double bass, keyboards,synths, groovebox & programming

David Poole – tenor and soprano sax, samplers, effects, mixing, production & engineering.

Sakhile Moleshe – vocals

A film by: Mike Scott
bruandboegie.co.za

Pixel Artists:
Carl Douglas – USA
Francis Coulombe – Canada
Emir Cuk – Germany
Shane Gill – UK
Max “Geti” Cahill – Australia
Nic Hooper – South Africa
Velumani M – India
Henrico Djiuardi – Australia
Pixel 600MG – Spain
Jeff Cardinal – USA
Raquel Jaramago – Spain
Tyvon J. Thomas – USA
Clest Elnith – Brazil
Cocefi – Malaysia

3D voxel club scene:
Tim Wesoly, Germany – Design, modeling & animation
Chris Lutz-Weicken, Germany – Dynamics, lighting, rendering & compositing
Rendered at ‘Macina Digital Film’
Voxel scenery and characters made with ‘Qubicle Constructor’
qubicle-constructor.com

Clay Animation: Stuart Coutts – South Africa
scouttsart.blogspot.com

Chiptune Music: The Kiffness – South Africa
facebook.com/​thekiffness

Post-Production Colour Correction:
FrameShuffle VFX
Rafael Emídio – VFX producer
Braam Jordaan – VFX supervisor
frameshuffle.com

More:

goldfishlive.com
facebook.com/​goldfishlive
twitter.com/​goldfishlive

Making of:

Nice Youtube Discoveries 2 – Misspopanoche & Shuie

24 May

A very original country-style cover from Massive Attack’s “Teardrop”. Amazing voice and excellent execution!

About:

Bandmitglieder: Misspopanoche (Sonya ?) & Shuie
A couple based in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

More here: Misspopanoche’s Youtube Channel