Found this video while searching for a song by the same name my friend told me about. Sadly i never found the song my friend played but ended up finding this trippy video, so i guess enjoy for this monday!
I love how coincidences work like that sometimes.
A beautiful, haunting, trance-inducing and marginally disturbing video art series. Morgan Beringer (featured here before) has uploaded 23 of 64 videos – each a strikingly unique composition – usually morphing photographs or after-effects generators with various aberrations & distortions with a hypnotic rhythm track. Watch the entire playlist and you’ll be entranced… I’ve shared some of my favourites here.
Them distorted, twisted Lovebirds from the psychedelic dimensions.
What realms do they occupy in their amorous inactivity?
Excellently weird video from Nic Hamilton set to music by Actress.
When a friend showed me this video for the first time, I asked him, “How would you go about making a video like this? How would you describe this vision to a director?” It turns out that you don’t. Carl Burgess was given complete freedom in creating this video for Ratatat, and the finished product was made entirely from stock footage. Here’s a full article on the production: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1662128/carl-burgess-director-of-the-years-creepiest-coolest-music-video
And while the above is my favorite, I think it would be dishonest of me to post a Ratatat video for a community like the DPV without tossing in at least one more. I’d say Falcon Jab is probably the most traditionally psychedelic of their videos–that I’ve seen, anyway–but there’s just something all too human in the video for Drugs that made me choose it for my headline this Saturday.