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Ah shoot, more evidence that Mark Ronson is actually THE dude. The video for "The Bike Song," off his excellent new album with The Business Intl, follows a story about bike gang spies set in swinging '60s London. The tune itself is a big, fun glorification of two-wheeled transport, featuring Spank Rock on pro-environment raps: "I can't understand it, but I can't really stand 'em, girls love cars,......read more

Avey Tare "Lucky 1"

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Breezy animated vid features crocs, triangles.

Animal Collective member Avey Tare (aka Dave Portner) keeps it in the family with this video for his nice new solo single, "Lucky 1." Portner enlisted the hallucinogenic animation skills of his sister Abby, who delivered this croc-infested mind melter. Hazy triangles figure prominently as well. Naturally....read more

Woodpigeon "Our Love is as Tall as the Calgary Tower"

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Directed by Darren Pasemko.

Calgary-based indie folkers Woodpigeon enlisted Darren Pasemko to make an animated video for "Our Love is as Tall as the Calgary Tower" off their latest release, DIE STADT MUZIKANTEN. The animator quietly smacked it out of the park with this beautifully plaintive piece, a perfect accompaniment to the band's subtle chamber-pop. ...read more

Boom Bip "Last Walk Around Mirror Lake"

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Beautiful vid of base-jumping psychos.

Snatching a clip from the 2002 IMAX film "Adrenaline Rush: The Science of Risk," Youtube user FroschYankee made this unofficial (but officially awesome) video for the Boards of Canada remix of Boom Bip's "Last Walk Around Mirror Lake," in which evidently psychotic base jumpers hurl themselves off of Norwegian mountains in super slow-motion. Totally amazing. And totally......read more

Blackbird Blackbird "Blind"

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Blissed-out song gets purty visual treatment from Alan Jensen.

Is "chillwave" actually a thing? We hope not. But on the other hand, we're not mad at the hazy, daydreamy vibes that the awfully-named genre is marked by. If there is such a thing, then "Blind" by San Francisco's Blackbird Blackbird (formerly known as Bye Bye Blackbird), is in it. This lovely visual treatment, from Albuquerque filmmaker Alan Jensen, (who has also......read more

San Francisco: The Miniature City

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SF gets the tilt-shift treatment.

We've posted awesome tilt-shift videos of New York and Sydney, now peep this new one made by multimedia designer Shukhrat Pardaev and watch San Franscisco get turned into a miniature toy city by the sea. ...read more

Badly Drawn Boy, "Too Many Miracles"

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Animated video finds the singer exchanging his trademark wool cap for leaves and branches.

In the newish video for Badly Drawn Boy's single "Too Many Miracles," the UK singer-songwriter trades in his signature wool hat to shapeshift into a tree, a transformation made possible via some excellent compositing work from John Harrison. There's a bit of a mixed message to the narrative (is that supposed to be a happy ending?) but it looks good, so we're not going to......read more

Balloon Fiesta

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Michael Salisbury's epic video of the 2010 Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque, NM.

Hot air balloons are powered by burning big quantities of propane, so they could hardly be considered a clean form of transport. But man, they can be pretty to look at. This time-lapse vid of the annual Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque, New Mexico proves it. Capturing a bunch of balloonists taking to the skies, the video was assembled by Michael Salisbury, and is nicely scored by......read more

Mogwai, "How to Be a Werewolf"

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Scottish rockers soundtrack James Bowthorpe's ride.

Weird that we missed this video when we mentioned superchamp cyclist James Bowthorpe the other day, 'cause goddamn is it good. The clip was pulled from Thirty Century Man, a film by UK director/photographer Antony Crook, who followed Bowthorpe to Norway to document his ride. Crook follows Bowthrope racing through the remote Norwegian countryside to the sounds of "How to Be a......read more

Lacey

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The ethereal beauty of walking the dog.

Here's some video proof that there's beauty in everything, no matter how mundane. Shooting on a Canon HV40, Jamie Sims filmed his dog plodding through a forest then set the piece to Hammock's "Mono No Aware," a dreamy number that pushes the film into lovely, if a little sentimental, territory. OK, we're going to shoot our roommate watching TV to the sounds of Bach,......read more

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