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The Moulettes – Devil Of Mine

It’s hard to resist temptations. Especially when you see no reason to do so. Not that this has something to do with the video…

The Moulettes is a folk band from Brighton, London, comprised of Hannah Miller, Ruth Skipper, Ollie Austin, Roberto Arcari and Georgina Leach.

Devil Of Mine is featured on their first album entitled, as you might have guessed, The Moulettes and released on August 2010.

The music video has been directed and edited by Thomas Goldser. Director of Photography: Anka Bogacz.

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Yeasayer – Madder Red

We witness the final day of Bommel, a creature that looks like a fuzzy egg and lives with Kristen Bell in Mar Vista, California.

Yeasayer was previously here with Wait for the Summer. Madder Red is the third single from their album Odd Blood released on February 2010 for Secretly Canadian.

The music video has been produced at Streetgang and directed by Andreas Nilsson, recently here with Röyksopp’s Adventures in Barbieland.

Director of photography: Stöps Langensteiner. Editor: Aaron Morris at Rock Paper Scissors. Special effects: Don Lanning and Ryan Thompson.

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For a Minor Reflection – A Moll

Since space and time are the same, how would it feel spending space with somebody? And zooming in time? I’ll give you the answer next space…

For a Minor Reflection is a post-rock band from Reykjavík, Iceland, comprised of Kjartan Holm, Guðfinnur Sveinsson, Elvar Jón Guðmundsson, Andri Freyr Þorgeirsson.

A Moll is a song on their second album, entitled “Reistu þig við, sólin er komin á loft…” (which means “Rise and shine, the sun’s up”) and released in 2010.

The music video has been directed by Lorenzo Fonda (Cerberoleso), produced by Lanette Phillips and Catherine Berclaz at Mighty8.

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Quadron – Slippin

An audition turns into tongue in cheek comedy, then musical crescendo, then surreal tragedy, fast paced action and finally speculative metaphysics.

Quadron is a Danish pop group comprised of Robin Hannibal and Coco. Slippin is on the eponymous debut album released for Plug Research.

The music video has been directed by Walter Robot (Bill Barminski and Christopher Louie). Cinematographer: Patrick Meade Jones.

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Vladislav Delay – Toive

Time travels backwards. Entropy clots into ice. And it goes on, ’til the beginning of time.

Vladislav Delay is one of the pseudonyms of Sasu Ripatti, a Finnish electronic musician. He has also recorded as Luomo, Sistol, Uusitalo and Conoco.

Toive is a track from his 2009 album, entitled Tummaa and released for The Leaf Label.

The music video has been produced at Crackmilk and directed by Lorenzo Sportiello and Carolina Melis.

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Song For The Divine Mother Of The Universe

I wanted to post this on Mother’s Day, so I guess I’m a little late to the party. Even though, in a sense, every day is Mother’s day.

Ben Lee is an Australian musician and actor. Song For The Divine Mother Of The Universe is the second single from The Rebirth of Venus.

The music video [SLASH viral video for the WWF] has been produced by Revolver Films and directed by Steve Rogers. Director of Photography: Mandy Walker. Editor: Jack Hutchings at The Butchery.

Post-Production: Animal Logic. Prosthetics: Odd Studios. Creative agency: Leo Burnett.

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Reverie Sound Revue – You Don’t Exist if I don’t See You

When she has to adventure in the messy Fabric Land, a seamstress wishes away her studio clutter until she can exclaim: I created a monster!

Reverie Sound Revue is a Canadian indie pop group. You Don’t Exist is a single taken from their debut album, released for Boompa Records.

The music video has been directed by Jesse Ewles and produced at Vision Films. Production design: Exploding Motor Car.

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Qua – Devil Eyes

Here’s another sprite animation by Paul Robertson. It reminds us that we’ll live forever in the heart of those who loved us. And/or that ultra violence and ultra cute characters mix very well.

Qua is electronic musician Cornel Wilczek. Devil Eyes is a track on his 2007 album Painting Monsters On Clouds.

The video is available in the two flavours: the official release (4 minutes) from external links, and the extended version (6 minutes) from my server.

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Wax Tailor ft. Charlie Winston – I Own You

Life is a rollercoaster. It might be exciting, if you’re in the mood for it.

Wax Tailor is the alias of trip hop/hip hop producer Jean-Christophe Le Saoût. I own you is a single taken from his 2009 album In the Mood for Life.

The music video has been directed by Romain Chassaing and produced at SoLab in collaboration with Premiere Heure. Director of photography: Thomas Letellier.

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N.A.S.A. (ft. ODB, Karen O, Fatlip) – Strange Enough

The way to sublimation passes trough hell.

N.A.S.A. (North America South America) is an ongoing creative collaboration between Squeak E. Clean and DJ Zegon.

Their song features singer Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Fat Lip from the Pharcyde, and the late great Ol’ Dirty Bastard of the Wu-Tang Clan.

Strange Enough is the third to last installment in the series of videos made for N.A.S.A.’s album Spirit of Apollo, under the creative direction of Syd Garon.

The video is directed by Lorna T and Studio Giblets, produced by Terence Teh, and features the most excellent original artwork of the brilliant Brazilian Stephan Doitschinoff AKA Calma.

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Inculto – Welcome

Welcome to the land of women who look awfully fine and possess pretty faces, hearts, souls and behinds…

InCulto is a Lithuanian music band comprised of Jurgis Didžiulis, Aurelijus Morlencas, Sergej Makidon, Jievaras Jasinskis and Laurynas Lapė.

Welcome is a single released in 2006 and then featured on their 2007 album Marijos Žemės Superhitai, released for Bomba Records.

The music video has been produced and directed by PetPunk. 3D graphics introduction by Romanas Zdanavičius.

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The Cinematic Orchestra – Lilac Wine

A piece of moving visual poetry comprised of delicate lines” which “extend and intertwine to form a variety of unique landscapes”. “As the song resolves, these many threads of the writer’s unconscious mind and memory separate and dissipate, trailing the single line that began the song.

Lilac Wine is one of the songs produced to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martens. The music video has been directed by Vanessa Marzaroli and produced at Blind. Calligraphy: Bill Kemp. Creative agency: Exposure USA.

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Hammock – Breathturn

Dreaming is free, and after all, Icarus was just born in the wrong time.

Hammock is an experimental music band from Nashville, Tennessee, comprised of Marc Byrd and Andrew Thompson. Breathturn is a single taken from their latest, self released, album, entitled Chasing After Shadows… Living with the Ghosts Ghosts.

The music video has been directed by David Altobelli and produced at Symphony 19 and Conker All. Director of Photography: Larkin Seiple. Visual Effects: Hank Friedmann. Production Design: Ethan Feldbau.

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Christopher Smith – Gently Gently

The trouble with bubbles is when you’re stuck inside with the wolves…

Christopher Smith is a Canadian singer and songwriter from Vancouver. Gently Gently is a song on his debut album, entitled The Beckon Call and released for Boompa Records on May 2010.

The music video has been directed by Salazar. Director of Photography: Todd Duym. Art Department: Hitoshi Okamoto and Robin Hunt.

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Hunter-Gatherer – Cloud

The music video was produced and directed by: Ciara Kennedy and Róisín McNamee. Director of photography: Piers McGrail. Edited by: Maeve Brosnan. Animation by: Ash Lawson.

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