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.
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Tagged album, Art, dance, design, dijon, electronic, etienne-jules marey, flashmob, france, house, Independent, Indie, Music, see the sea, techno, video, vitalic, Youtube
Have a look at Melbourne, Australia zouk group Teeth & Tounge with their video for “Sad Sun” by Lucy Dyson. For those who are unfamiliar with this newer genre originating from the 80s, zouk is an Antillean Creole word meaning “party” or “festival” coming from the Caribbean islands. Teeth & Tongue place themselves amongst a rare bread of music in their demographic being not one of the popular zouk areas of the world. Enjoy their new video here and you be the judge; great video editing and design work is for sure.
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Tagged Art, australia, design, editing, Independent, Indie, lucy dyson, melbourne, Music, sad sun, teeth & tongue, video, vimeo, zouk
Music Without Labels & Beat-Play are proud to announce that one of our great artists, Te’ V. Smith from Philadelphia, Pa is available to provide full website design and development to all independent musicians. Visit his site to contact him directly. Here are some samples of work he has done in the past:
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A collaboration with artist/director Mark Brambilla and New York artist George Condo Kanye had them design his album art for his upcoming album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Mark Brambilla was the brains behind Kanye’s creatively designed, “POWER” music video.
As far as this album cover is concerned, I don’t really see the big deal here whatsoever. What happened to “art” and the impact it has on the world. Apparently multiple distributors denied sales of the album, with some mention of Wal-Mart’s involvement. The album is supposed to be him and what he called, his “phoenix.” Kanye had referenced to past album art work with nudity by Nirvana, David Bowie, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, and John Lennon. If the people don’t like the artwork then don’t buy it. It’s absolutely hilarious that distributors think they can make an impact on the exposure of a product. I’ve seen this album cover about 3000 times today!!! I wouldn’t have seen it that many times in my whole life if this hadn’t happened, which is kind of counterproductive from their eyes.
-Mark G. Valente | Online Marketing Director | @MarkwithMWL | Music Without Labels & Beat-Play, LLC
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Tagged album art, album conver, Art, banned, cd cover, cover art, design, george condo, kanye west, mark brambilla, Music
Stumbled upon these Y.I. earphones on Yanko Design are equipped with a zipper to steer away from tangling the chords up when not in use. Design by Ji Woong
Marco Brambilla, Italian-born Canadian artist and filmmaker designed this new revolutionary music video bringing living art to the voice of music. A good deal of his work is in-motion art. Here are some stills of Marco’s works to better gain an understanding of his underlying style:
Marco Brambilla - Civilization
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Tagged Art, Artist, design, HipHop, kanye, kanye west, marco brambilla, Music, musician, photography, Rap, rapper, video
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As his career grew, David Byrne went from playing CBGB to Carnegie Hall. He asks: Does the venue make the music? From outdoor drumming to Wagnerian operas to arena rock, he explores how context has pushed musical innovation.