As you probably know, our friend and teammate Brendan Kutler passed away a few weeks ago. In memory of him, a few of us on the 8th have collected our favorite selections from his column, Music Video(s) of the Week. Part reflection on the work of a talented and passionate member of our community, part tribute to a incredible friend, we hope you've enjoyed Brendan's work as much we have.
MVOTW 33: Hello and welcome again to another episode of Music Video(s) of the Week! This installment, we are going to take a look at music videos that involve something of a higher learning: SCIENCE! That’s right, this week you can get prepared for some computer imaging, dry ice and explosions—because what more is there to science really? Anyway, hit the jump and get ready for some awesome.
Hello everybody and welcome to another installment of Music Video(s) of the Week! This episode I am going to try something a little different. Throughout the past couple of months I’ve been writing this article, I have seen hundreds of music videos—a few amazing, some good, and most horribly bad. In this abundance of bad videos, I have seen several techniques way too many times. This week is devoted to music videos that, despite being good, use film procedures that I would not miss if they took an early vacation. Hit the jump to find out more!
Hello again and welcome to another episode of Music Video(s) of the Week! This time around, I am going to take into account the fact that this is Thanksgiving weekend, and thus do something completely unrelated to Thanksgiving—you know, because you have probably already overdosed on holiday cheer by now. Either way, I hope you enjoy this selection of music from Los Angeles, New York, the UK and Paris.
Hello and welcome again to another episode of Music Video(s) of the Week! This time around we are taking a leaf out of the Communist Manifesto and featuring the fruits of labor—err,videos of the common people. Unofficial videos can be anything from college art projects to several thousand dollar endeavors to an afternoon recorded on a camcorder. It is this diversity that makes these videos awesome; although they may vastly differ in quality, they all have something unique to offer. Don’t believe me? Hit the jump to find out more!
Hello and welcome to another episode of Music Video(s) of the Week! This installment we have a solid set of videos lined up from that crazy island country in the northern Atlantic. That’s right, this week I give you three bands from good old Bri’in that reach across several genres to create their own variety of awesome. Sit back, get some popcorn and enjoy the show.
Music Video(s) of the Week party 28: Acid Trip Edition I’m sure you’ve seen from some of my past articles that music videos don’t always have to make sense. In fact, not only do they not have to have any sort of plot, but they also get to ignore the “all too restraining” bounds of reality. That’s right, today I’ve brought together some groups from Texas, New York and good old Australia to transport you to another world (one way or another).
Today on Music Video(s) of the Week we will be looking at some videos that feature some businessmen, robots and werewolves dancing like there is no tomorrow. Representing boogie from the UK, Netherlands and New York, you do not want to miss this installment.
Welcome to another episode of Music Video(s) of the Week, where we take another dive into the multifaceted world of the internet to scrounge up some videos for you guys to enjoy! This week, we’re going international: featuring some British indie rock, Swedish technopop and old-fashioned, homegrown American thrash-rock. Hit the jump to find out more!
Hello again, and welcome to the 25th episode of Music Video(s) of the Week! This time around, we are covering a wide range of videos from a wide range of bands, spanning from punk to techno and indie rock. The videos featured may not make much sense, but that doesn’t make them any less awesome. Hit the jump to find out more!