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Sebadoh "State of Mine"

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Collage-style animation takes aim at the suburban dream

Sebadoh, the seminal indie band led by Lou Barlow, returned last year from a prolonged hiatus to release Defend Yourself, their first album in 14 years. Now we have a video for lead single "State of Mine," in which the middle-aged Barlow sings about the pressures of fatherhood and family finances. The video, a collage-style animation by Geoff Hoskinson, is a nightmarish exploration of the......read more

Audrey Louise Reynolds: A Fashionable Selby Film

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Short doc profiles the fashion world's artisanal fabric dyer

As the man behind The Selby, Todd Selby documents interior spaces of hip creative types around the world. The wildly popular project has led the photographer into other projects, including directing short films like this one about artisanal fabric dyer Audrey Louise Reynolds. Reynolds, one of the subjects of Selby's book, Fashionable Selby, is a color expert who collaborates with......read more

Wes Anderson Centered

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Symmetrical supercut shows just how meticulous the director really is

Words like "quirky" and "idiosyncratic" are often bandied about when discussing Wes Anderson's work. Whatever words you want to use to describe his films, it's obvious that that the director has a style that is wholly his own. Korean filmmaker Kogonada explores one distinctive hallmark of Anderson's style in "Centered," a supercut of symmetrical shots from his filmography. Whether......read more

Marie Louise "Happiness Has A Hole"

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CG dreamscape by the multitalented Michael Fragstein

Here is some next-level 3D animation to set your weekend off on the right note. The CG piece, created by Michael Fragstein of Büro Achter April studio in Stuttgart, combines playful whimsy with minimal austerity in a surreal, dreamy animation that surprises at every turn. The song you hear is the solo piano version of Marie Louise's "Happiness Has A Hole"-- a digital bonus......read more

Fabulous Brown "Alpenglow"

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Found and original footage combine in fantastic montage-style music vid

Fabulous Brown's brooding, Giorigio Moroder-inspired synth track "Alpenglow" has been outfitted with a new video by Greg Bunbury of Bunbury Creative. Made using public domain footage, the clip tells a loose narrative that covers the span of a day, from morning light on downtown streets to sunset over a mountain range. Says Bunbury: "The video builds on the mountain-artwork concept, with a montage......read more

The Story of Sushi

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Meticulously crafted animation warns of the dangers of the fish industry

Created on behalf of Portland, Oregon's Bamboo Sushi, "The Story of Sushi" delves deep into the worrisome state of the sushi industry. In four short minutes, the clip provides a thorough primer on issues of sustainability and overfishing. It's pretty depressing, to be honest, but that's the reality of our obsession with raw fish. What's really impressive about it is the handcrafted......read more

Gang Colours, "Fancy Restaurant"

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Wistful electric soul track laced with vintage visuals made from a mix of original and found Super 8 footage

"Fancy Restaurant," the lead single off of Gang Colours' debut LP, Keychains, is a warm and wistful bit of electric soul, carried by a R&B piano line with some plodding support from a synth bass. The delicate sound runs in sharp contrast to the musical nom de plume of UK producer Will Ozanne. For the video, director Samuel Craven ditched the crispy high-def look in favour of a throwback Super......read more

Jack White, "Sittin' on Top of the World"

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Detroit rocker plays some raw blues piano in this clip from 'It Might Get Loud'

"Technology is a big destroyer of emotion and truth," says Jack White at the start of this clip from Davis Guggenheim's 2008 documentary It Might Get Loud. The doc explores the history of the electric guitar through the eyes of White and fellow guitar legends, Jimmy Page and The Edge. In the clip, White and a fedora-clad kid portraying his earlier self cruise through the countryside in......read more

Mountains, "Blue Lanterns on East Oxford"

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Drifting cloud imagery complements ambient audio vibes

"Blue Lanterns on East Oxford," off Mountains' 2011 album Air Museum, is a slow drifter of a tune that gets a literal visual interpretation courtesy of the band's own Koen Holtkamp. The nature-absorbed imagery provides a perfectly hypnotic complement to the band's ambient tones, described by The Wire as, "Infinite sheets of grainy sound build and renew themselves to immensely......read more

Cloud Cult, "Running With the Wolves"

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Another animation win from Eric Power

Cloud Cult is as much a music project as an experiment in green living. From his organic farm in Minnesota, Cloud Cult frontman Craig Minowa heads up Earthology Records, a DIY music company through which all of the band's activities take place. That includes CD replication (Earthology developed the first 100% postconsumer recycled CD packaging in the U.S.), t-shirt printing......read more

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