Another animated video from Omeleto for those that need a little big more convincing. This time being a video short about a kid who cannot express his emotions properly and in turn is misunderstood by many but comes to accept and embrace the very thing that makes him unique.
A beautiful and simple message all hidden within a stunning visual masterpiece.
17 things to do (and not do) to have a happier life 🙂
By the up and coming indie film channel Omeleto, whose soul purpose is to inspire.
Omeleto is honesty such a good channel. There videos are usually short, but hit home on so many levels. There videos range from animated shorts to interviews to emotional rollercoasters to idealogical, sociological and philosophical shorts. I would highly recommend giving some of there videos a look so i too can help inspire one 🙂
Experimental electronic band The Death Set, bring us a music video featuring an army of pop culture surrealism through the streets of New York City for there single “They Come to Get Us”.
If you like this song, i’d suggest listening to the official remix by Designer Drugs. Its basically just an extended version of this song, but i prefer it over the original by 10 fold.
A hyper-political R.A.P. Music track by hyper-political rapper, Killer Mike
Im not the type to get too deep about most things, especially politics, but Killer Mike brings a different type of rap via a psychedelic hyper-political music video which really brings light to why things are so difficult for some. To how the American system got so messed. Ironic considering Reagan helped America dig itself out of its economic problem, which ultimately lead to the start of “Reagan era” and its future ramifications.
A wise man once told me “politics will always be politics.”
EDM Soundcloud producer Borgore teams up with Juicy J to bring you “Magic Trick”
The psychedelic visuals were created by: Ruff Mercy and Patch D Keyes
Aired in 2013.
List of videos in this Off the Air special music video:
El hombre y la Tierra excerpt
Radical Updates by Andrew Benson
Cityscape Chicago by Eric Hines
Space Station footage supplied by Image Science and Analysis Laboratory at NASA’s John C. Stennis Space Center; Groosland by Dutch National Ballet, footage provided by Poorhouse International, Ltd.; CGI space objects by Adam Bruneau
American Harvest film supplied by Prelinger Archives
Head On by Lior Ben Horin
Murmuration by Liberty Smith and Sophie Windsor Clive
Cy’s Sunrise Lefts by Cyrus Sutton and Korduroy.tv
Moonwalk performance by Dean Potter, cinematography by Reel Walter Productions, Ltd.
Primavera concert videos by Tom Bingham, Gill Austin, Jonathan Rej, and Jeff Crocker
Stone Mountain Ghillie Suits feat. Cody DeMatteis and Zach White, cinematography by Alan Steadman