Laureen at Sinnbus e-mailed me this morning, as she does about once a week, about the latest offerings and promos from Sinnbus, the label she works for. I almost never click the links in her e-mails, which doesn’t make sense because every time I have clicked, I like what I see. Case in point above. The music is lovely and the edit is spot on. This is a perfect little music video.
I don’t know who Jan Roth is or what he likes to eat for breakfast. I don’t know his mother’s name and I don’t know if he is a dog person or a cat person. What I do know is that he’s made something I like a lot. So there you have it. Check it out.
I don’t understand why it is so hard to find a decent quality version of this video online and why it’s nearly impossible to find the original track on Spotify. It is pretty awesome and definitely one of the best things Thomas Bengalter has put out, the majority of Daft Punk’s work included. I have very fond memories of this song in the late 90s. Doesn’t it make you want to dance? And I mean DANCE??
I might have listened to this album about 100 million times in college. It was (and is) perfect music for writing: lyricless, not too obtrusive, but still forward enough to block out other sounds, distractions, and thoughts. And the video is amazing. Stylish. Fitting. Unique (and I don’t use that word lightly). I seem to recall having a tiny 320×240 quicktime of it on an old 18gb hard drive. Ah, halcyon days.
GET IT?! BECAUSE IT IS NATURE????
Actually, this is pretty cool. Conceptually, it reminds me of The Chemical Brothers video for “Star Guitar”. Enjoy.
I’ve been listening to this new Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs record for a while and it’s pretty good. It’s not blowing my mind, but it is a solid piece of work. However, I think this video is magnificent. Really. I love it. I wish I had made it.
A new video from Disasteradio just a day after I was enjoying “Gravy Rainbow” again so much I decided to put the album on my phone for my commute? Kismet!
This track comes from 2010′s Charisma (like “Gravy Rainbow”). I quite like this song and am glad they decided to make this bizarro, mutant-filled music video for it. And, if nothing else, it’s tiding us over until the next Disasteradio release.
To the future!
First bounce leaked onto the interwebs, and now the interwebs have leaked into bounce. I love the Herzog cameo.