Priscilla Hernandez: "I Steal the Leaves" Video
This is an animation video for RachelAPP's song "my pain". Using simple animation movements and characters, the video highlights the song's central theme, loss, in an almost childish way. The song's central theme revolves around the loss of someone close, and the pain it brings. The music is upbeat, as if the person left alone is trying to cheer herself/himself up. The video translates this by using simple animation, bubble-gum colours and characters and yet, it depicts a situation of loss.
The Indulgers are an Irish Rock quintet from Colorado who have long been a mainstay on the national Celtic Festival circuit. From a song on the award winning CD "In Like Flynn," this video is perfect for St. Patrick's Day.
Goldfrapp have released their new video for "A&E", the first single from their upcoming album SEVENTH TREE. The video's produced and directed by Andrew Duffus and features Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory relaxing in a dense, leafy forest.
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The record, the second long player by Swedish octet The Concretes, is very aptly entitled "In Colour." Although previously and persistently described as making some kind of European glacial pop, "In Colour" sees the band painting their musical canvass with a full rainbow palette. Whereas the eponymously titled debut album was "The Ronettes" lit only by the Northern Lights, "In Colour" makes the leap into glorious widescreen. Recorded in Stockholm and Omaha with Nebraskan producer Mike Mogis, "In Colour" is classic Americana and Southern Soul rerouted via Northern Europe. Evocative of a line of records that veers between Dusty in Memphis and Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" through to Cat Power's "The Greatest" and Bright Eyes' "I'm Wide Awake It's Morning," The Concretes have effortlessly become one of the most unique and beautiful pop groups in the world, a Swedish national treasure.
Whether from the recent "Six Feet Under" soundtrack or from her unmistakable vocal work with chill-out champions Zero 7, Sia's star is on the rise. Her song "Breathe Me" has become an instant sensation, setting the stage for her full-length album "Colour The Small One." A mesmerizing collection of heartfelt, deeply personal songs, the album captures Sia's many sides - at once soulful, somber and playful.
Whether from the recent 'Six Feet Under' soundtrack or from her unmistakable vocal work with chill-out champions Zero 7, Sia's star is on the rise. Her song "Breathe Me" has become an instant sensation, setting the stage for her full-length album 'Colour The Small One.' A mesmerizing collection of heartfelt, deeply personal songs, the album captures Sia's many sides - at once soulful, somber and playful.
The new video for Leave Before The Lights Come is produced by Sheffield company Warp X Films who did the Scummy Man Films. It is directed by John Hardwick and stars Paddy Considine and Kate Ashford.
It's Wilson's turn again to choose The 404 semiweekly audio draft sponsored by Beck's Beer in conjunction with Last.FM, a subsidiary of CBS Interactive and CNET News and Reviews 5000, so naturally we're a little skeptical (but not nearly as skeptical as we are about the moon landing), but Mr. Tang comes through again with the beautiful music of Priscilla Ahn, a young singer-songwriter with a light, ethereal voice that drifts through the layered atmosphere of her acoustic folk melodies.
The company's 'budget" full-frame model produces some great photos, but as a whole it leaves us feeling a bit ambivalent.