[WATCH&LISTEN] Part of In/SIGHT, a series of the LA Phil combining music by groundbreaking composers and visuals from renowned artists, this site specific audio/visual performance celebrates Amériques by French composer Edgard Varèse.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Alone in what appears to be her bedroom, a naked woman is only lit by the light coming from her computer screen. Her makeup and jewelry greatly contrast with the digital device she's playing with. Two realities collide as pixels and polygons leave the digital realm to take over the physical world.
[WATCH&LISTEN] After watching a documentary about synesthesia, Nigel Stanford became interested in the idea of creating a music video where each sound would have a visual counterpart. Cymatics, the study of wave phenomena and their visual representation, offered him the perfect ground to do so.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Embark on a immersive experience with STAL's video for their first EP, Gone. The video is actually an app for your mobile device. It will let you discover a beautiful but enigmatic landscape where ice fields evolve to become the cosmos as the song progresses.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Discover five masterpieces of modern architecture in this 2-minute video created by Matteo Muci. The architecture of Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye, Mies Van der Rohe's Farnsworth house or Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater is deconstructed before your eyes through the magic of animation to reveal the structure of each building.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Tharsis Sleeps" takes un on an epic journey from Earth to Mars where the three members of Throne are going to try to terraform the red planet. The creation process of the video itself is as crazy as its storyline. Each frame of the animation is actually a different piece of embroidered denim.
[WATCH&LISTEN] The woman in the music video is, as the lyrics sung by Egyptian Lover keep repeating, really "bad". The guy probably wishes he'd never picked her up in the first place. The video makes a clever use of green screen compositing: the faces or other body parts of the two protagonists are replaced by library footage about wildlife and volcanoes.
Universal Everything’s music video for Jeffrey Brodsky is an amazing study of movement amidst a hurricane
[WATCH&LISTEN] A group of animals is for some reason running towards a volcano erupting in sync with the hook of the song. Besides their red eyes, we can barely see the horse, eagle and tiger but rather only guess their silhouette as they are only drawn by the wind and debris visualisation they are running against.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Glitch, 3D-printing and drones: within 24 hours, two videos featuring the best (and worst?) of our digital culture were released. The videos for "Double Bubble Trouble" from M.I.A's last album Matangi and "Sayit", from Röyksopp & Robyn upcoming mini-album could not be more different but they both offer an interesting point of view on the current state of our connected society.
[WATCH&LISTEN] It might look like this music video for "Becoming Harmonious" by the Glitch Mob was made with digital tools but Susi Sie actually managed to create it using nothing but water, a subwoofer, a Canon 5D and a 100mm macro lens.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Spring is here and we all need some refresh our playlists with some catchy new tunes. Here comes Rodeo, whose electro pop and weird videos will be the perfect companion for your long, hot, drunken nights.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Created in WebGL, this experiment will take you on a wild journey through an neon-colored world where geometrical objects keep blinking and sportscar or motorboat get beautifully deconstructed.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Presented at MoMA PS1 in New York last October, 'TRAUMA' is a visual interpretation of Arca's mixtape '&&&&&' created by Jesse Kanda. Get ready for some next level creepiness featuring dancing babies.
Music video made of emojis for Oneohtrix Point Never’s “Boring Angel” is the most fascinating thing you’ll see today
[WATCH&LISTEN] From a break-up to the bad decisions that ensue and much more, this video tells the storyhe story of a lifetime, or at least part of it, using only emojis. It might sound a bit simplistic but the rapid succession of smileys and ideograms is a perfect visual illustration of Oneohtrix Point Never's track.