RachelAPP: "My Pain" Video
A spare animated video accompanies this Palace Songs remake.
"I Steal The Leaves," the first song by Priscilla Hernandez. The music video was produced and directed by the artist in the Fall of 2003 in the El Pijaral Forest (Tenerife). With a humble zero-cost production, the video is colourful and almost psychodelic with a magical feeling and celtic air. See the "fairy" in action.
Relive the era when music had a message, when words sacrificed their giver's soul, when art wasn't an "effect" but rather "affected" those it touched. Relive HIPHOP period. The Real. Inspired by the classic GrandMaster Flash & The Furious Five song "The Message", "GHETTO" seeks to revisit the same pain and despair and see if a true NYC b-boy can find a little bit of hope. Shot on a shoestring budget, this video is quite the buzz in the NYC-Greater Metro area. Shot and edited by Stoney XL of the famed HOODLIFE MOVEMENT Hoodlife Cyphas Street DVDs, as well as many other street dvds like CRACK, Cocaine City and BOSS UP DVD. This video proves a million dollar performance trumps a million dollar budget any day.
From his cutting edge album comes the first music video from the eclectic artist Skitchy. For too long artists have had little or nothing to do with their own promo videos, but Skitchy has decided to buck that trend and created a slightly disturbed 3D animated masterpiece - by himself. 3D animation in music video is usually reserved for artists with high budgets and large teams of animators, but with this piece Skitchy has broken the mould. The video revolves around a day in the life of a robot living in a world that is part cartoon and part reality. When a gang of thugs attack he decides to get revenge. An idea comes to him when he spots something bouncing along the sidewalk - a human heart. So he grabs his shovel and heads for the cemetary... Skitchy commented "Originally I was making the video as a purely promotional piece for my music, but as time went by it took on a life of its own. When you make something comletely by yourself you have no restraints, and working in a 'virtual' 3D world gives you free reign to 'play God'. I could visualise certain scenes, and others just happened as I built and animated them."
An animated video from this electronic duo