Combine one part pop music, with one part paper arts and crafts, mix with extremely good editing and you have the work of SoLab. A French production company who has worked with the likes of Pony Pony Run Run and Wax Tailor, SoLab writes, shoots and produces short films and music videos.
Counterstrike is a drum ‘n bass DJ duo that happens to have smashingly epic music videos. Collectively producing since 1998, they have drawn attention for their releases on various high profile labels such as Rob Playford’s Moving Shadow and Dieselboy’s Human Imprint.
The Johnny Cash Project is a global collective art collaboration that invites artists to share their vision of the legendary Man in Black. Working with a single image as a template, and using an online image editor, contributors create their own unique portraits of Johnny. The image, added to a collection of artists’ works from around the globe, will be integrated into a music video for Cash’s last recorded song “Ain’t No Grave.” It’s a beautiful and touching tribute to an artist who influenced and moved so many. [Read more...]
Eclectic Method is a group of three video remix artists who do for motion pictures, music videos and video games what DJs do for beats. You can view their high-tech mash-ups online, on TV or at the club, which they have featured as promotional tools for global brands and artists.
An exhilarating live performance with an international scope, Eclectic Method has rocked over 350 gigs in over 100 Cities in 34 Countries on 6 continents. Be sure to check out the last video on this page to see the method behind this audio/visual madness and check out their site, EclecticMethod.net, for upcoming live dates.
As H. Jackson Brown said, “Today, give a stranger one of your smiles. It might be the only sunshine he sees all day.” With music by Norman Langolff, Gaby Concato and Sylvie Arditi, this first music video from the French album “Dr Tom ou La Liberté en cavale,” reminds us of the power our faces have every day.
We like to cover up and coming talent here at VisualNews, bringing you personalities to encourage and inspire. Today we bring you the young photographer Joey Lawrence (no, not the dude from ‘Blossom’). Hailing from Lindsey, Ontario, Joey was born to photograph. He’s already doing amazing work shooting music videos, traveling the world photographing for large publications and his work is being imitated everywhere. Especially enlightening is his down to earth view on fame and the way he treats each of his subject with humble dignity.
This is the best music video you’ll see today. Based out of Brooklyn, hot noise pop group Sleigh Bells performs their song ‘Riot Rhythm’ from their album Treats. When humans play machines, director Bo Mirosseni knows that the battle takes major skills. Check and Mate.
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Always wanted to be the star of a music video? Now, at least for one frame, you can! For their ‘More is Less’ video, C-Mon and Kypski worked with some clever programmers to build a website that updates their user created music video every hour.
Using a web cam, contributing viewers upload still pictures mimicking poses from the video, then the still images are stitched together into a stop-motion like video. Ingeniously, the webcam system fades between the image of the viewer and the pose they are trying to duplicate, making it much easier to be exact. Check out One Frame of Fame and get into the action!
Bringing you the very first interactive music video is Ed Banger Records, who teamed up with the French electronic duo Cassius to deliver an iPhone app that your ears and lips can relax to. Check out the music video featuring the app below, or go to the iTunes Store to download it: I <3 You So