Peeped this a little earlier in the week but FutureDeluxe recently released this fantastic new video for the single ‘This’ by Modeselektor (I always wanna say ‘Modskeletor’ when I see their name) and Thom Yorke.
Produced by FutureDeluxe & Fractured Films
Directed by – Andrew Jones
Written by – Jason Drew & Andrew Jones
3d & animation – Jason Drew & Xander Marritt
Girl character rigging & animation – Xander Marritt
Producer / Art Director – James Callahan
Titles – Ollie Aplin & Andrew Jones
Wardrobe – Skye Pennant
Actress – Sheryl Lee
Marionettist – Sarah Fitzpatrick
Fractured Films / fracturedfilms.com
Director of Photography – Dominic Jones
1st AD – Will Jewell
Producer – Daniel Nixon
1st Assistant Camera – Jason Oxley
Gaffer – Stefan Mitchell
Grip – Phil Richards
Make-up – Nathan McLaughlin
Runner – Lorena Wright
There are just so many wrong things happening in this video for Chappo’s single ‘Hell No’ that it’s hard to know where to begin. They are all super fun to watch but you can probably take a wild guess as to the potential discomfort level just by looking at the thumbnail for the video. It’s potentially NSFW depending on your comfort level with singing boobs.
Directed and produced by: GHOST+COW (Brandon LaGanke & John Carlucci)
DP: Milos Silber
Production co: Hayden 5 Media
Edited by: Chris Coots
Colorist: Tim Ziegler
VFX Producer/EP: Chris Kiser
Flame: Lead: Aaron Vasquez
Flame: Mario Caserta
Flame: Joey Deady
Special thanks to Click3X, Outpost Digital, Radical Media and Hayden 5
Nabil directed this beautiful video for Bon Iver’s recent single ‘Towers’ featuring the FX work of Andeffects.
Director: NABIL (NABIL.com)
Producer: Kathleen Heffernan
DOP: Larkin Sieple
Editor: Isaac Hagy
Color: Brandon Chavez
Prop towers: Adam Lawrence
Production Company: NE Direction
Here’s another Aussie skate punk band I have started to follow. They’ve got a fun, low-fi and crunch sound that despite the grit goes down smooth on melody. There are some great tracks on their EP that you can grab on iTunes and their full length album ‘Nothing to Do’ was just released last month.
Band: Bleeding Knees Club
Track: Teenage Girls
Taken from: Debut album ‘Nothing To Do’ – Feb 2012
Directed By: Alan Ortiz
Friends is another ‘newish’ band I have taken an interest in. Based out of Brooklyn, their echoing throwback sound is instantaneously catchy and recognizable in a good way. I am not entirely sure if they have released an EP or feature length but I’d love to know if there is more out there. If you’ve got any more information about the band, please drop some links in the comments.
Directed by Matthew Caron
Edited by Matthew Caron and Samantha Urbani
Photography by Matthew Caron and Chris Person
VFX Artist – Aaron Katsnelson
On Set Photographer – Ursula Mann
Also featuring: Amy Jenkins, Jessica JV Reid, Gillian Zargorski and Elan Fraser
Special Thanks: Market Hotel, Aurora Halal, Mary Katherine Youngblood, Gianina Jiminez Barrantes and Etienne Pierre Duguay
I am really digging these guys. It’s a little tough to drum up information about them just yet since they are pretty fresh on the scene but I’ve got my ear to the ground for the release of their first album.
“HVN233 – TOY ‘Left Myself Behind’
Directed by Mark Donne
Director of Photography Joe Morris.
TOY is a Korg Delta led five-piece formed in 2010. It consists of Tom Dougall (Vox/Guitars), Dominic O’Dair (Guitars), Maxim Barron (Bass/Vox), Alejandra Diez (Synthesizers/Modulation) and Charlie Salvidge (Drums/Vox). TOY’s musical influences incorporate a wide range of genres including punk, psychedelia, krautrock, post rock to name a few and they explore experimental recording techniques in the studio.
With the majority of 2010 spent writing, TOY played their first show at the Cave Club in Islington earlier this year. Since then the band have played a string of live performances including Field Day and 1234 festivals and have supported bands such as The Horrors and The Pretty Things. Their first single – Left Myself Behind – is out now. “
Anytime I hear a band might be supporting a Radiohead tour (Radiohead being one of my all time favorite bands) well…my ears perk up. And Other Lives is doing just that. The song ‘Tamer Animals’ The song is the title track off of their album under the same name. I highly recommend checking it out.
I really dig the music for this track from Oupa titled ‘It’s Rough’ from the album Wild Love, but oh man I think I am tripping out man. Oh man I am tripping out so hard. AHHHH!
The video was produced by Porcelain Raft
This entire video was hand drawn frame by frame with markers on paper. ‘As simple as it looks’ but I would imagine it was anything but simple.
If you wanna learn more about how it was done you can do that here.
Tobias Stretch directed this trippy romp with special effects and costume development by Jenny Lee Maas and animatronics by Luna’s Puppets and Scott Gurten. Production was handled by Skin Flicks. We were tipped off by a comment left after a post and pleasantly surprised by both a great video and a great song.
Post War Years
Director – Tobias Stretch
Producer – Skin Flicks
DP – Mitch Martinez
PA – David Popolow
Sculpture, Costume – Jenny Lee Maas
Animatronics – Luna’s Puppets, Scott Gurten
Wardrobe – Rachel Nachmias
Actress – Arianna Conover
PA – Jamie Rose
PA – Nick Dronick
NABIL is on a roll.
Edited: Eric Greenburg
produced by: Kathleen Heffernan
DP: Mark Lyndsay
color: Marshall Plante
EP: Jill Hammer
label: Def Jam
This is the official music video for Kanye West and Jay Z’s recent single ‘No Church in the Wild’. And I gotta say it, despite all the backlash Kanye just keeps putting stuff out there that is impossible not to pay attention to.
I am a fan of Chairlift and this video for their latest single ‘Amanaemonesia’ doesn’t disappoint in either sound nor image.
Directed by Caroline Polachek and Tom Hines
Digital Animation and Editing: Eric Epstein
Animated Watercolor Illustrations: Rebecca Bird
Choreography: Caroline Polachek
Movement Consultant: Juri Onuki
Art Direction and Text Design: Alejandro Cardenas
Color: Michelle Leuking
Styling: Kat Typaldos
Wardrobe Fabrication: Grace Kim
Hair & Makeup: Fernando Haddad
Steadicam: Afton Grant
Assistant Editor: Matthew Chin-Quee
Assistant DP: Chris Parente
Location: Brooklyn Fireproof Studios
Produced by Molly Hawkins, Tom Hines & Caroline Polachek
Copyright Chairlift 2011
Honestly, I don’t think it’s possible for this video to more perfectly match and even describe the music of Bon Iver. Absolutely beautiful cinematography.
Directed by: NABIL.com
Dp: Larkin Seiple
Editor: Isaac Hagy
Post: Peter Sauvey, Gustavo BKR
Producer: Jill Hammer
rep: Lark Creative
color: Marshall Plante
Production Co: NE Direction
It’s a pencil celebration bitches. Everyone have a good time. This fun little retro throwback is the official video for ‘Pencil Revolution’ by SCHRADINOVA, taken from the album ‘India Lima Oscar Victor Echo You’.
I’ll be honest and admit that I don’t know how into the video I am but I do really like the song.
In case you missed it, ISO50 updated with some tasty new prints including some collaboration work with Seth Haley (Com Truise). Scott Hansen’s work continues to inspire.