Jan 30, 2013

Music Video Roundup - Deerhoof, The Knife, Samantha Crain

Quite a few awesome new tracks this week. A recap:
  • Deerhoof - "We Do Parties" is an eclectic spin around some colorful areas in Tokyo directed by Michinori Saigo. Filmed in a rather guerilla style, if you like glowsticks, karaoke and watching people have a fun time in general, this music video is for you.
  • The Knife - "Full Of Fire" (NSFW) represents the return of Sweden's elusive grungy electro siblings  Karin Dreijer Andersson and Olof Dreijer following a 7 year hiatus from releasing studio albums (Their last was Silent Shout in 2006). Their trademark tainted, distorted sound returns in this music video, which embraces it's own wrongness with open arms. David Lynch-ian is the best way to describe this.
  • Samantha Crain - "Never Going Back was directed by our friends over at Lamar+Nik, who created this stop motion music video using 3,800 hand cut frames to create a seamless single take experience. The Oklahoma based singer delivers some soothing folk sounds with an earthy instrumental overtone. The track is from her upcoming February 19th album, "Kid Face."

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