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This Will Destroy You – “New Topia”

2 Oct

Experimental post rock band, This Will Destroy You, brings us and adult swim a music video for the song “New Topia” which is about the spiritual and symbolic journey through the seven sacraments, which allows us to dream for what could be revealed behind the door to the afterlife. New Topia is a place for imagination and hope for what lies ahead.

Honestly probably one of my top psychedelic/animation video of this year. The ethereal sounding music takes over your mind and body as you watch the simplistic symbols transform, before the song kicks in sending you into deep time. so be warned…

This WILL destroy you

 

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“The Gate”- music video for Bjork directed by Andy Huang

29 Sep

Andy Huang and Bjork team up with Gucci’s Alessandro Michele for an absolutely gorgeous and magical film.

The Kleenrz: Mr. Sandman

27 Sep

Animation by Overture.

Kishi Bashi: Say Yeah

26 Sep

Directed by Geoff Hoskinson for Kishi Bashi.

Tropkillaz – “Morena”

25 Sep

An unofficial music video made by reddit for the Brazilian band, Tropkillaz’s (or “✞ЯфPKiLLΔℤ'”) song “Morena”  consisting of 166 animated trippy gifs.

Radiohead: Codex (unofficial video)

20 Sep

Particle animation created entirely with code and algorithms, inspired by Newtonian physics, optical illusions and the human form.

Bryum & Kapok (music videos for Hauschka’s Eltern, Heimat and Freibad)

19 Sep



Music video for the songs Eltern, Heimat and Freibad by Hauschka from his album Ferdorf. Animation by Overture.
Two forest creatures, removed from any dated time, dwelling across a mountain range of familiar leaf and branch. Kapok, of light and fluffy form, drifting in thought on quiet afternoons while keeping to the glades of the lower mountain forests. And Bryum, mossy and tough-skinned, traveling from distant elevated plains to live and grow deeper into the moss and lichen and rock among the higher mountain firs. Lost in their own personal worlds they shape and protect the ancient woods they live in.

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