I happened to be gallivanting amongst the interwebs when I came across The Colours, a pretty cool electropop band out of Reading, UK.
I couldn’t help but be immediately enthralled by their single, “Tonight I Let You Go.”
Some songs are catchy, some songs just make you want to get up off you rocking chair and dance. The Colours did a great job of making a song that does both. Check out the video below.
By: Kyle C. Stilley | Online Marketing Strategist | @stillz | Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC
Vitalic has some incredible House beats but this video is just taking this music to another level. This “See The Sea” from his album, ‘Flashmob’. Here is a more detailed explanation of the video:
It illustrates how Vitalic Flashmob album cover was made. This video clip is an oniric and contemplative journey of a man recreating the 19th century experience of Etienne-Jules Marey on fluid dynamics.
Smoke lines represent the notion of stability, the triangle goes for the disturbance and incidentally for the V of Vitalic. The concept of a flashmob is illustrated here as a result of an intruder perturbating a stable environment.
Posted in Art, Design, Independent Film, Independent Music, Music, Video
Tagged album, Art, dance, design, dijon, electronic, etienne-jules marey, flashmob, france, house, Independent, Indie, Music, see the sea, techno, video, vitalic, Youtube
So was cycling through the vimeo network today only to find this really fun track by Crystal Fighters out of Spain. Their emotronic/folk sound is quite original and moving, so if you live in Europe or just happen to be visiting I definitely suggest you check them out here and try to catch one of the shows during their European tour going on now!
By: Mark G Valente | Online Marketing Director | @MarkwithMWL | Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC
Posted in Independent Film, Independent Music, Music, New Music, Video
Tagged at home, crystal fighters, emotronic, Folk, Independent, Indie, Music, navarra, phoenix, spain, video, vimeo