Great Animated Music Video from As In RebekkaMaria

The animation was to begin with made as a short film with musicsequences and some sound effects. It was about 1 minute longer than now as a music video. We did it at the Kolding Academy of Design in Denmark. The characters are made out of fimo clay and and the background built with paper, plastic, sticks and bottlecaps.  Click here to check it out.

 

Want to see a really innovative animated music video? Take a look at Holiday Live by The Boggs

Holiday Live by The Boggs is a really innovative animated music video that should lift you up if you are feeling a little blue.  Click here to watch.

 

 

Scary music video for “Fashion Freak ” by Naked Ape & Zombieduck Films

Here is a music video that is just perfect for Halloween.  “Fashion Freak” will give you your zombie fix.  So turn out the lights and enjoy this Halloween treat!  Click here to get the shock of your life.

Don’t Smile, It’s Postmodern-Stunning Music Video Shot in a Bathroom!

“Don’t Smile, It’s Postmodern” is a stunning music video by talented Canadian artist Ghislain Poirier.  The video was directed by Notice Bureau and is likely to be one of the coolest things you see all day.  Check it out here.

Visually Innovative Music Video-“Not in a Million Lovers”

The video shows the endless quest to find a partner, in a world where the search for the thrill of a new relationship is more exciting than really falling in love.

Check out this visually captivating, yes captivating, music video “Not In a Million Lovers” from Beangrowers. Check it out here.

Hard-Hitting Music Video from Valley of The Dead

Our Wheels Are in Rotation

Our Wheels Are in Rotation

Today’s Music Video find is Valley of The Dead from Sweden.   Their song “Our Wheels are in Rotation” is sharp and hard-hitting. Watch the video here

SPEkTR-Things that go bump in the night-HD Animated Music Video

SPEkTR has an Animated High-Definition Music Video treat for you.  Check it out in full HD resolution!  This is a very, very cool video. Watch it here

“What SPEkTR are composing, is something that uses elements of rock,
surf, electronics, vocal stylings, so that it’s rock music. But not the
characteristic rock ‘n’ roll that people associate with film-soundtracks
today, it’s actually an older school….but with a futurist ambition”
– David Fricke, Rolling Stone Magazine