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Thom Yorke "Harrowdown Hill"

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Bent Image Lab goes miniature for Radiohead frontman's "most political" song.

Thom Yorke describes "Harrowdown Hill," from the 2006 album "Eraser," as his most political work. After coming across some of Chel White's short films, Yorke asked the director and partner at Bent Image Lab to make the video. Using Bent's "Smallgantics" technique -- a variation on tilt-shift photography, in which objects in images are made to appear......read more

Atoms For Peace, "Ingenue"

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Thom Yorke does that weird, loose-limbed dance he does in this new video for his side project

If you loved Thom Yorke's weird, flailing dance moves in the video for Radiohead's "Lotus Flower" or in that infamous SNL performance -- and really, who didn't -- then you'll be pleased with this new clip for "Ingenue" by his side project, Atoms For Peace. Here we find Yorke and a partner partaking in a crazy, conceptual choreographed routine. I'm no expert on dancing, but this rules. "Ingenue"......read more

Atoms For Peace "Before Your Very Eyes"

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Supergroup's latest video cuts a psychedelic line in the sand

With psychedelic patterns and swirls pulsing across a landscape of natural, unnatural, and even human dimensions, the latest music video from Atoms For Peace offers a mesmerizing complement to a haunting song.   Following an outdoor performance in Hollywood last week (on the birthday of two of the band's five members, no less), the venue's screens lit up to read 'DON'T GO.'......read more

Pop Pop Bang

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An ingenious, umbrella-based riff on B-movies by Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

For creative collaborators Thomas Brown and Anna Burns, umbrellas are more than mere protection from the rain and classic symbols of "Britishness." They are also exploding canvases for one of the coolest video projects we've seen in a while. In "Pop Pop Bang," an installation set in idyllic English locations, the artists riff on masculine B-movie imagery, using umbrellas......read more

Nightingale and Canary

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Bird sounds visualized by Andy Thomas

Australian artist Andy Thomas created this wondrous short animation using abstract shapes that respond to the songs of a nightingale and a canary. The recorded bird sounds are from the archives of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum. A specialist in "audio life forms," Thomas experiments with nature and technology by taking photos of plants, insects, and machines and......read more

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