Doug, Adam, and Adam from Fringe Music Fix are joined by producer/director Chris Black, and touch on a wide range…
Posted by Doug Klinger on September 5, 2013 in New Releases
In "Kangaroo Court" by Capital Cities, a nerdy zebra takes some serious measures to get into an exclusive club that doesn’t allow his species. Co-directed by the band and Carlos Lopez Estrada, the video has a pretty massive cast of people dressed as animals (including Darren Criss of Glee), some very elaborate set designs, and plenty of sweet dance moves. Get ready for a bunch of different feels during this video too, ranging from humor all the way to sadness. "Kangaroo Court" follows Capital Cities’ breakout hit "Safe And Sound," a video that also features a large cast and sweet dance moves, so it seems the Capital Cities dudes know what they like.
There is this thing that happens in hip hop where if you do a music video with Hiro Murai you’re required to just keep making awesome music videos with him. It’s a trend that was established by Earl Sweatshirt with “Chum” and “Hive,” and has now moved onto Childish Gambino… Read More
Can you all just do me a favor at take a few minutes to get funky with me here at the end of the day on a Friday? Can you do that for me please? We’ve all had a long week, work's been shitty, Tina from accounting has been a… Read More
After releasing a fairly simple video for “Midnight” earlier this year, Coldplay is back with a much larger production for their “Magic” music video. The video begins with the words “a Jonas Åkerlund film,” and that’s no exaggeration as everything about this video feels like a film, more specifically a… Read More
Let me give you guys a word of advice: no matter where you are, if you ever see Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme with a group of Asian business men, you need to get the fuck out of there as fast as you can. If you stick… Read More
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