Filed under: Film, Music | Tags: art sponge, blood like lemonade, even though, ian emma bonhote, morcheeba, music video, pias recordings
I was pleased to get an email from [PIAS] Recordings today giving a heads up for the new Morcheeba album Blood Like Lemonade (with Sky Edwards this time !) coming out on June 7th
Check out their single Even Though
Directed by Ian Emma Bonhote
Shiri Hadar from the band IZABO sent me a link to their new music video, made with loads of iphones !!! it’s quite cool.
Director: Shushu E. Spanier
Filed under: Film | Tags: art sponge, her morning elegance, music video, Oren Lavie, stop motion
Directed by: Oren Lavie, Yuval & Merav Nathan
The crazy stop-motion trend seems to have died down a bit in the blogosphere, leaving only great videos such as this.
There are so many cool blogs out there, I’ve tried to compile a list on this blog but it just keep getting longer. However there are those select few blogs that I really save part of my day for. Change The Thought is one of those, and that’s where I found an article about tomorrow’s launch of Life in 2050 and saw this video:
if you live in London or are stranded there because of volcano ash, go see this exhibition for the sci-fi film festival:
Proud Central Gallery
32 John Adam Street, London, WC2A 6BP
Nearest Tube: Charing Cross
Just thought I’d share this little gem with you guys. (thanks Elisa !)
Filed under: Film | Tags: art sponge, liam mitchell, salazar, skateboarding, video, wizard smoke
wow. There’s no way I’m finishing the day without posting this video on here.
I’ve seen some of the most creative filmmaking come out of the skateboarding scene, and I think one of the reasons for this is that skateboarding videos tend to be primarily limited in terms of content. So filmmakers use this challenge to revolutionize the whole traditional skateboard video and come up with some of the most visually orgasmic stuff.
Like this jewel here:
Featuring: Bradley Sheppard, Alien, Nate Lacoste, Chris Connolly, Nate Roline, Stacy Gabriel, Mike Klinkhamer, and Rob Rickaby
Directed By Liam Mitchell
Shot By Nathan Drillot and Liam Mitchell