FRINGE MUSIC FIX's Weekly Top 5 (7/27)

Posted by Adam Alexander on July 26, 2014 in Lists Contributor Post

Each week, FRINGE MUSIC FIX culls the latest music video releases, carefully selecting the most bizarre, provocative, and remarkable videos from across the world. Sit back, relax, and open your mind’s eye; things are about to get interesting. The following are our selections for the week ending July 27th 2014.… Read More

Well guys it almost happened. It really looked like Weird Al was going to have his second consecutive week at the top of the most popular list. Unfortunately, Pharrell and Miley had different plans, because half way through today their video for “Come Get It Bae” passed Al’s “Lame Claim… Read More

Sprockets 2014 Recap

Posted by Adam Fairholm on July 24, 2014 in Event Coverage

All images in this post (except for the coffee can) are by Ben Roberds, a director living in Athens. Check out his website here. Also, check out a pilot called Night Bus that he co-directed - it freaked us all out after the Saturday screening.This past weekend Doug and I took… Read More

“Do You” by Spoon opens on front man Britt Daniel hopping into the driver seat of an old school Plymouth. As the video progresses, we realize that his face is busted up and hell has broken loose around him. Although everything outside the car is out of focus, we’re still… Read More

You guys, I've been waiting to write this sentence since we started this website: this week, Weird Al dominated music videos. That felt good. He set himself up for this to be his week, embarking on an ambitious 8 music videos in 8 days campaign that started on Monday. Although… Read More

Back when I was in middle school, a girl’s coolness was determined by how many Lisa Frank folders she had. Pretty much the only thing I knew about girls as a fifth grader is that they loved bright, colorful, kitten and unicorn covered school supplies. Hannah Lux Davis brings the… Read More

Doesn't it feel like just yesterday that everyone was up in arms about Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke's twerking fest at the 2013 MTV VMAs? It's almost time for the next installment, the 2014 MTV Music Video Award are broadcasting on MTV on August 24, and today MTV announced the… Read More

Director Shane Drake pairs uplifting imagery with Aloe Blacc's silky vocals in the video for “Hello World (The World Is Ours).” Shot in Detroit, the video opens on shots of worn down buildings found around the once beautiful American city. We are shown several young men and woman, each of… Read More

“Let My Soul Bleed” by Gene is a dark and in-your-face track that is a lot more avant-garde than what most people expect from a rap song. After collaborating late last year on the music video "Gorgeous," Gene again teams up with director Abraham Vilchez-Moran on the video for “Let… Read More

FRINGE MUSIC FIX's Weekly Top 5 (7/13)

Posted by Adam Alexander on July 13, 2014 in Lists Contributor Post

Each week, FRINGE MUSIC FIX culls the latest music video releases, carefully selecting the most bizarre, provocative, and remarkable videos from across the world. Sit back, relax, and open your mind’s eye; things are about to get interesting. The following are our selections for the week ending July 13th 2014.… Read More

If you're looking to feel things, this week in music videos was a good one for you. Want a feel-good girl power tune with dancing? Good news - Fifth Harmony has a jam for you, "Bo$$," and it's the top music video of the week. Want a country ballad with… Read More

It's Thursday, everyone is throwing it back, and we're no different. This Thursday we have a pretty classic "making of" mini documentary that follows the production of Michel Gondry's video for "The Denial Twist" by The White Stripes. This video has two things going for it that make the behind… Read More

Since we first launched our video submit form over a year and a half ago, we've received more than 11,000 video submissions to the IMVDb database. We've also received more than 20,000 individual credits and other pieces of data for videos that were already in the database.Since then we've created some extra tools… Read More

Laundromats are odd places - you go there with a bin of your dirty clothes, wash them, and stand around trying not to make eye contact with anyone. It's not even on my top 25 list of places that are likely to host dance parties. But at the Launderland Coin… Read More

FRINGE MUSIC FIX's Weekly Top 5 (7/6)

Posted by Adam Alexander on July 5, 2014 in Lists Contributor Post

Each week, FRINGE MUSIC FIX culls the latest music video releases, carefully selecting the most bizarre, provocative, and remarkable videos from across the world. Sit back, relax, and open your mind’s eye; things are about to get interesting. The following are our selections for the week ending July 6th 2014.… Read More

Welcome to the July 4th edition of the most popular music videos of the week. IMVDb is made in the USA so today we've been celebrating the holiday with an America playlist and this one that Doug made that I'm honestly surprised he was able to put together so fast… Read More

Lots of music videos come out every day, and it's not easy to keep up (trust us). Normally you just go wading through a sea of videos to pick out the ones that interest you, but today we're introducing something that is the first step in making your IMVDb experience… Read More

Last week, director Ryan Staake released the music video for “Freak” by Steve Aoki, Diplo, & Deorro, a hilarious and sexy video that at first appears to be a lot more NSFW than it actually is. We asked Ryan do go behind the scenes on the video and show us… Read More

Last month, we came across Dom’s Sketch Cast, a web series by artist Dominick Rabrun that features him simultaneously interviewing and drawing a variety of subjects, including writers, directors, and other artists. Of the cool people Dom talks to, a few have been music video directors, and after seeing his… Read More

Focusing on high contrast and limited camera movement, Lance Drake’s music video for “Clockwork” by Illangelo features a lot of elements that you don’t expect to find in a cool music video these days. Despite that, it’s easily one of the coolest videos of the year, landing a spot on… Read More

FRINGE MUSIC FIX's Weekly Top 5 (6/29)

Posted by Adam Alexander on June 29, 2014 Contributor Post

Each week, FRINGE MUSIC FIX culls the latest music video releases, carefully selecting the most bizarre, provocative, and remarkable videos from across the world. Sit back, relax, and open your mind’s eye; things are about to get interesting. The following are our selections for the week ending June 29th, 2014.… Read More

Psst, hey kid. Yeah, you. You like music videos? You do? Well kid, I got some music videos for ya if you’re interested. You are? Good, good. Thing is, these aren’t just any music videos, kid. These are the most popular music videos released this week. I’m talkin about videos… Read More

“End Of Me” by A Day To Remember is a dark video about the two male members of a family dealing the loss of the female figure in their life. Director Shane Drake tells the story of a teenage son who has taken on the burden of responsibility for the… Read More

When you're a teenage guy in love, you tend to miss some red flags that would have caused you to rethink getting into a serious relationship with someone. Does her dad seem violent and unstable? Red flag. Does she guilt you into doing things you'd rather not? Red flag. When… Read More

One crucial thing for a band to have is a unique and/or cool rehearsal space. Usually this takes the form of a warehouse or sometimes just a space in a house, but in their new video for "Black River," the band Wolf Gang has everyone else beat by parking themselves… Read More

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