A typography experiment executed through stop motion animation.
See more on the artist’s Behance account.
This is exactly the song you need to hear today. Don’t deny it.
You Keep Me Hangin’ On - Kim Wilde
An eclectic mix of songs that have been rolling around this summer…and spring…and even winter. I’ve been settling into a new home, which means that some of these songs have been played over and over and over again.
Hankering some midday ice cream but stuck at your desk?
This vintage-inspired song from Lullatone will have you scouting the ice cream truck from your office window.
These clever turns of phrase from Jaco Hassbroek play with the iconic “I Heart NY” brand and made me laugh.
See more at his portfolio.
This video makes me realize two things:
1) How much I missed “The Sing Off” on TV this past fall with Sara Bareilles as a kind, earnest, and gorgeous judge.
2) I don’t feel bad about breaking it down last week in the library stacks.
As if you didn’t need more excuses to eat an Oreo, this ad will have you craving cookies and humming along!
What happens when you use a disco beat to hypnotize J.Crew models who were once ballerinas?? This type- and vogue-filled music video from Russ Chimes.
Ken Tucker reviews Stories Don’t End, the third album from the LA-based, West Coast folk rock-influenced band Dawes:
If you heard the Dawes song “Just Beneath the Surface” and said, “Somebody’s been listening to their old Jackson Browne albums!,” you’re not exactly insulting Dawes. This band has actually backed Browne on tour and Browne has sung back-up on at least one of their songs, and so you could say they come by their riffs, licks and phrasing honestly. You could, that is, if you want to pigeon-hole this quartet as a throwback to Southern California ’70s soft-rock, which would be a mistake. Why, on the very next cut on their new album Stories Don’t End, they sound like East Coast ’70s soft-rock, on the Steely Dan-ish “From a Window Seat.”
The first music video from space!
New goals for 2013 are learn to play the guitar and become an astronaut…just like Chris Hadfield.
Imma need to get a drumset now.
Or some good editing software.
More videos from Simon on his site: www.simonpanrucker.com