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Reds
Lamar & Nik have created these incredible cityscape Ice sculptures using a series of handmade clay molds. Soldering irons were used for details, while the lighting was solely provided by TV’s and Christmas lights. Filmed all in a normal two car garage for a little over $200 dollars, with no CGI! Music provided by Houses, for their track Reds

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Mean Lady
The latest video for their first single, Far Away, by my friends Mean Lady. They describe their sound as an “experiment in pop, hip hop, and psychedelic sounds with African and jazz influences sprinkled throughout. We fuse popular sounds with true and soulful music while attempting to get really catchy songs stuck in your head.” Who wouldn’t get down with that?

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The Knife’s new album to drop in 2012
Finally! The Knife has recently announced via their website that they are currently recording a follow-up album to Silent Shout due in 2012. It’s been five years since we’ve heard a full album from these guys, and I for one am psyched! Although Karin Dreijer Andersson, the duo’s female half, released a mind blowing 2009 album under her pseudonym, Fever Ray, I cannot wait to see what the sibling pair come up with to top such classic tracks as Silent Shout, Na Na Na, Marble House, and Like a Pen. Until then however, you can amuse yourselves with this excellent video animation for Like a Pen.

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Delicate Steve
Delicate Steve is a local band from my home state of New Jersey. Represent! I absolutely love these guys. Saw them about a month or two ago and they rocked that shit out! Think, Ratatat… if they were a Jam band.

Just for good measure, check out their single Sugar Splash. The end of this song is too glorious for words.

DELICATE STEVE – Sugar Splash by Pias France

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Innocence
Winning video for Bjork’s Innocence video contest. Directed by Dimitri Stankowicz.

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Never Trust An Alien
Yet another awesome video from Star Slinger. The track is called “Close to me” and it teaches a very valuable lesson about the extraterrestrial.

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Lighthouse
Beautiful video. Crazy costumes. Cool song. Overall extremely bizarre and definitely worth watching! The track is LightHouse by NewVillager and is directed by the very talented Ben Dickinson.

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Behold the Cosmic Beauty!
Yet another great video from Flying Lotus for his track MmmHmm. The video features Thundercat, who in addition to starring in the video, lent his skills on bass and vocals. The eye candy comes from the always fresh and unique directing duo Campbell Hooper and Joel Kefali, a.k.a. Special Problems. Dope!

Flying Lotus – MmmHmm from Special Problems on Vimeo.

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Strange Grooves
Colonel Claypool’s Bucket of Bernie Brains is a bizarre yet beautifully cohesive mix of members from the jam, metal, prog, and funk scenes; including Les Claypool (Primus), Buckethead, and Bernie Worrell (Parliament Funk). Here they are jammin’ out on the Bonnaroo stage in 2002.

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Release the Freq
Official video for Matta’s single, Release The Freq. Beautiful combination of design, technology, music, and nature. Direction, design, cinematography, editing, 3D & animation all done by Kim Holm.

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We Want Our Things
Ola Vasiljeva’s video for Nite Jewel’s “We Want Our Things,” from the Am I Real EP.

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Reggie Watts
Genius.

Check out some of his other songs and videos here.

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Belong
Gettin’ physical with Washed Out, whose song Feel it all around is featured during the opening credits of IFC’s Portlandia.

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Lotus Flower
Latest single from Radiohead’s newest album, King of Limbs. Nice dance moves Mr. Yorke!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfOa1a8hYP8

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Mornin’
Get down to this sick video for Star Slinger’s, Mornin’. This eye candy was directed by the very talented Alan Jensen. Enjoy peoples!

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King of Limbs
This post is in honor of Radiohead. They’ve just announced the release of a new album called King of Limbs this weekend and I, for one, am fuckin’ pumped!

Check out this ridiculously awesome cover of Morning Bell by Chris Thile. Dude is jammin’ it HARD. Just remember, nothing wrong with a little bluegrass ;)

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Beats Antique
So ill.

[Beats Antique - Beauty Beats]

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Ali Baba
Trust us on this one… just sit back, close your eyes, and feel da riddim.

Enjoy.

[John Holt - Ali Baba]

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Levels
Crazy Bilal video directed by the extremely talented Flying Lotus. The song itself is probably a minute too long (it really starts to lose me towards the end), but the visuals throughout are pretty damn awesome.

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Tundra
Animal Cops with their video for Tundra. Ochen Horosho!

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Sick Tonight

English hip hop duo, dan le sac vs. Scroobius Pip + Fandango Commercial = Sick Tonight

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Photojournalist
This fan video for Photojournalist by Small Black takes clips from a 1979 film entitled “Drugs Are Like That?” which uses Lego building analogies to convince children of the dangers of drugs. Check it out here if you’ve never seen it. Definitely worth it!

Watch the official video for Photojournalist here, directed by very talented filmmaker Yoonha Park.

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Hardcore Girls
Sick collaboration between up and coming female rapper Rye Rye, women’s apparel line Dimepiece Designs, and production company Moonbase Media.

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Robot Rock
Sad to hear James Murphy is leaving LCD Soundsystem. But don’t despair! Check out the music video for Home. Rock. Robot. Rock.

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Pure
During the first 20 seconds I thought the decision to make this video so epileptic was a mistake, but the haunting sounds of Blackbird Blackbird kept me intrigued and by the end I realized this was definitely a seizure worth having again.

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Eple
Extremely chill video voyage from Röyksopp, the kings of Norwegian electronic.

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Supersize
Simple yet thoroughly awesome music video by Klement.

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E-Pro
I guess just because your a Scientologist doesn’t mean you can’t make great videos.

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Soft Serve
EAT. DIGEST.

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Soul Sacrifice
By far the best Santana performance I’ve ever seen. This clip was taken at Woodstock. The drum solo by Michael Shrieve in pretty intense. (Keep in mind that he was 20 years old in 1969).

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Featured Artist: Seymour Bits
Check out this crazy music video for Put It Back Down by Seymour Bits and shake, make yo’ booty quake!

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Ewan Dobson
Check out Dreaming in Dortmund by guitarist Ewan Dobson. All I have to say is, thanks Mr. Dobson! I dig it. And I also dig the whole Asian Buckethead thing you got going on.

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The Draper Jive
I don’t know if you watch Mad Men, but you probably should. You should also probably check out this video, made by a wonderful group of people that took it upon themselves to mash together the show’s theme song (RJD2′s A Beautiful Mine) and Nat King Cole’s Nature Boy. The two fit together effortlessly and the video is great, not to mention it was done in a single take! I’d say this one’s a winner for sure.

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Up and Around We Go with Ariel Pink
Official music video for Ariel Pink’s “Round and Round.” Besides the whole breast milk thing at the beginning, this video is super badass!

It was filmed by Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips while the two bands were on tour together. Apparently, the whole thing was shot with an iPhone and then juiced up a bit by visual mastermind, George Salisbury. Altogether an awesomely appropriate creation for some of the top cats in lo-fi- Ariel Pink and Haunted Graffiti.

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Featured Artist: Karolina
Yet another video that proves what can be accomplished when a simple idea is beautifully executed. This time from Israeli artist, Karolina. The video features tons of popular graffiti spots throughout the city of Tel-Aviv and is directed by Kuitiman (who also directed this gloriously remixed YouTube video that went viral last year, and which I would highly advise anyone to check out if they haven’t done so already).

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Tobias Stretch
I don’t exactly know what’s going on here… But I’m WAY into it.

If you want to see more of Stretch’s videos, check out his vimeo channel. Trust me, they are all great and worth checking out. I only featured this video particular because I love Radiohead and this song just goes undeniably well with the imagery. I’m definitely into all the surreal characters and worlds he creates in all of his videos.

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Do you like my ponytail?
I do. I do.

Music By: Brite Futures
Directed By: That-Go

Gotta love those hipsters…

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Featured Artist: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

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This video for Kind of guy by Yawn is just pure eye candy. I got a chance to hang out with these guys after their Brooklyn show a couple of months ago… Awesome dudes and phenomenal video!

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The Avalanches, Frontier Psychiatrist. Pure insanity.

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Ready, Able Stop-Motion
Incredible stop-motion music video for Ready, Able by Grizzly Bear.

This video was directed by Allison Schulnik, a multi-talented artist I featured on a previous post about a month ago. Her use of mixed media in this video is simply beautiful.

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The Singularity is here to stay
I almost shat my pants when I first saw this incredible animation by Anthony Francisco Schepperd. Everything about this video is genuinely outstanding, but beyond that, the whole concept is truly on point.

Check out Schepperd’s video below and take a journey through the relationship between humans and technology, the possibly upcoming Singularity, and what could happen to life on Earth, post-merge.

This is the official music video for Blockhead’s ‘The Music Scene’.

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El Guincho Goes Sagan
Today I’d like to share a music video from Spanish artist, El Guincho.

The latest single from this Barcelona native, Bombay, is surprisingly awesome! It can be found on his 2010 album, Pop Negro.

Marc Gómez del Moral is the director of photography for this production, which is the other reason I wanted to post this. I love his funky, somewhat lo-fi, experimental cinematography style, and this video is definitely no exception! The imagery is super interesting and suites the music very well.

Moral’s video for Bombay starts out as a parody of a Carl Sagan documentary, but I’m pretty sure Carl Sagan never had naked girls sucking toes, shooting arrows, smashing eggs on their faces, operating machine guns, and all sorts of crazed people engaging in a manner of inexplicable pandemonium.

Enjoy!

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I want to get in the sunrise
Yeasayer – Sunrise by IndieRock Universe

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Featured Artist: Die Antwoord
Look out, da fokken prawns are coming! Oh wait, these guys didn’t escape from District 9, they’re just Ninja, Yo-Landi Vi$$er, and DJ Hi-Tek, the rap-rave crew members of the up and coming South African hip hop group, Die Antwoord.

This Vanilla Ice look-a-like is nothing but… Yet how does one even begin to describe the group’s sound? Well, according to members, it can only be described as Zef, a counter-cultural movement taking place in South African ghettos. It’s a style which is modern and trashy and includes out-of-date, discarded cultural and style elements. Slowly but surly making its way into mainstream culture, the likes of Zef can be seen and heard mostly due to such artists as Die Antwoord and Jack Parow.

There is no real way to understand Zef than by experiencing it first hand. So please tune your eyeballs and eardrums into Zef Side, and then their latest track, Evil Boy- produced by none other than Diplo. Careful though, it’s most definitely NSFW!

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Diego Stocco and his Bassoforte
Diego Stocco is a sound designer and composer, who creates new sound experiences in unusual and extremely creative ways. He is probably most famous for his Music From A Tree and Burning Piano videos. Diego’s various sounds, songs, and videos are created from different sources, like a found object or something that is built from scratch, such as the Bassoforte.

The Bassoforte was created using an old keyboard from a dismantled piano in his garden. The neck is from a broken electric bass, the bridge is a cabinet handle, the pickups are from a guitar, and the part at the top where the strings are attached is a chimney cap, which works as resonator as well as percussive sound.

The end result is an ingenious mechanical hybrid Diego dubbed the “Bassoforte” (bass + pianoforte). This definitely ain’t your mamma’s instrument!

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