Brett Domino and Steven Peavis perform a medley of Justin Timberlake hits using assorted miniature instruments and lap tray travel bags (Trabasacks)
The medley includes: SEXYBACK (written by Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, Nate) LIKE I LOVE YOU (written by Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo, Terrence Thornton, Gene Thornton) LOVESTONED (written by Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, Nate "Danja" Hills).
Performed on: Stylophone Beatbox, iPod Touch (using DigiDrummer Lite), Kazoo, Thumb Piano, Shaker, Stylophone, Cowbell, Recorder, Ukulele, Theremin, Spoons, and Roland AX-Synth.
Videographer chases after thief that steals his camera!
Photographers/Videographers go pretty great lengths to protect their camera gear. It is after all their life. This thief swims away, and only kinda barely gives up the gear at gun (spear) point by the end of the video, they are friends? Cool 2nd song.
Remember back in the day when videos like Peter Gabriel "Sledgehammer" was playing nonstop on MTV? or even when MTV use to play music videos? Music video stop motion animation has come such a long way, we've been posting a lot of cool looking music videos lately. Much props to all the cool new technology that's made it a lot more accessible to the general public.
Also, please note that even though you can afford such gear, doesn't make you a director, photographer, cinematographer, etc. Either you have it, you went to school for it and got good, or you don't.
What a video masterpiece! Check out how pixelated video games of the past destroys New York City. Poor Manhattan, everyone is always out to get you. King Kong, Clover Field, Armageddon, The Cold (Day After Tomorrow).
Sometimes you find a video that trumps the offical music video of the band. After Effects, great cinematography a lot of planning went into this piece. Pretty darn awesome if you ask me. The song is sweet too. Check it out!
SOUR - Hibi no neiro, Coolest video on the internet.
If this was a total collaboration between all these people from different iChat/webcam footage, it must be the greatest collaboration video in the world. Holy cow, mad props for super creative music videos like this one.
Okay okay, you figured me out. I really like OK GO. This video isn't a one take that they normally shoot. The algorithm of how this video was created was that it keeps the previous frame/image underneath any current movement/frame. The lingering ghost image is born. Not the strongest of their videos, but I really like this song.
These guys have always made really cool one take music videos. From their back yard dance to the treadmill video, this one will be super hard to top. I got so involved in watching the video that I kinda forgot to listen to the song.