Mr. November, live at Radio City Music Hall in June 2010, by The National: That’s how Matt Berninger 0WN3D Radio City last night. The whole crowd went insane when he climbed all the way to the balcony, like we just elected another new president.
“Born Free” by M.I.A. by Romain Gavras: The political lady is striking the media again with an extremely traumatizing version of “see the world through my eyes”. I’ve got a headache after watching this.
Instead of black, Indian, or colored minority people being subjected to violence, Irish redheads are being slaughtered and blasted to death by running across minefields (notably, by the American army).
The video is made so violent intentionally to ensure even people who usually enjoy movie violence will not be entertained.
There is some extremely horrifying violence in the movie, so be warned. NSFW. Not safe for work.
Eric Wareheim, the movie genius behind Tim Eric Show, produced yet another stunning video, by taking Depeche Mode’s lyrics brutally literally.
By doing exactly not yet another cheesy music video that fans expected, yet describing the lyrics of the song in its grossest details, the video reflects on those who hate the video as superficial hypocrites.
There is something very likable about the singer in the video. Is it the abnormal Martin Gore voice? Is it the over the top appearance? Or is it the extremely plain stage movements in contrast?
Coldplay “Strawberry Swing” by Shynola: Don’t let the word “Coldplay” scare you. This video is definitely an attempt for them to gain some street cred. Shynola, the same team who did “Pyramid Song” for Radiohead, is back with this ultra-tedious chalkboard stop motion adventure.