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The Drums "Magic Mountain" Video

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Sunny indie pop duo shows off darker side

"Magic Mountain," the first new song by The Drums in three years, displays a more in-your-face sound than fans may have come to expect from the indie pop duo. The new video for the track, directed by the band themselves, is equally offbeat. Shot by Gorjan Lauseger, the black-and-white video finds the pair deep in the wilderness, with Drums' frontman Jonny Pierce donning armour and wielding a Game......read more

Surfing Rincon

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Paper surf animation by Maddie Joyce

Here's a lovely and creative animated video from artist/photographer/surfer Maddie Joyce (of The Magic Bus Collective), paying homage to some of her friends who are Rincon locals. For those of you that don't surf, Rincon is a legendary SoCal surf spot located where Santa Barbara and Ventura county meet, listed at #24 in Rod Sumpter's book, "100 Best Surf Spots in the......read more

Southwest. Proven Here.

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From Craig Grant

The landscape of the American southwest is an ethereal place. The cathedral towers, deep canyons, and crushed red dirt produce terrain with endless riding possibilities. One is only limited by his efforts to push further. Pedaling along the sun drenched plateaus and in the shadowed canyons, all while sleeping below the stars in the cool night, you can start to feel displaced from the daily......read more

Mountains, "Blue Lanterns on East Oxford"

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Drifting cloud imagery complements ambient audio vibes

"Blue Lanterns on East Oxford," off Mountains' 2011 album Air Museum, is a slow drifter of a tune that gets a literal visual interpretation courtesy of the band's own Koen Holtkamp. The nature-absorbed imagery provides a perfectly hypnotic complement to the band's ambient tones, described by The Wire as, "Infinite sheets of grainy sound build and renew themselves to immensely......read more

Into the Atmosphere

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Magical time-lapse depicts Californian in a surreal light

It's been a while since we featured a time-lapse video, and what better way to mark the return than with a stunning depiction of SHFT's home state. Into the Atmosphere, from San Diego photographer Michael Shainblum, shines a heavenly light on epic natural spots around California, from Santa Barbara to La Jolla to Marin County. But the clip isn't about the state's famed blue skies; Shainblum......read more

Fall by Jamie Scott

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Watch Central Park leaves magically change color in this brilliant time-lapse clip

With winter in full swing, it's a good time to look back at the beauty delivered by the season prior. This clip from Jamie Scott shows off autumnal amazingness better than any we've seen before. Twice a week for six months, Scott set up his camera at 15 locations around Central Park in NYC. Using the same lens and tripod in each location, and always shooting just after sunrise, Scott......read more

Spirits

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Watch Nicholas Buer's magical time-lapse of the northern skies

Yes, it's another time-lapse video, and yes you have to watch it. This spectacular new clip was shot near Tromvik, in northern Norway, one of the best places on earth to witness the northern lights (aurora borealis). Time-lapse specialist Nicholas Buer happened to be visiting the area during a solar flare, which sent massive reverberations through earth's magnetic field and made the......read more

Stomacher, "Untitled/Dark Divider"

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Time-lapse magic by Sean Stiegemeier.

Los Angeles cinematographer Sean Stiegemeier developed his time-lapse technique in Iceland, where he shot the Eyjafjallajökull eruption with amazing results. This music video, for "Untitled/The Dark Divider" by Stomacher, picks up where that one left off. Shot over the period of a year, the video includes footage shot in Prague, Japan, Banff, Utah, Oregon and California. Bonus: Download......read more

The Sandpit

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New York City time lapse magic.

Politicians may be failing deviantART's CoolClimate Art Contest called on artists from around the world to submit images addressing the impact of climate change. global creatives a chance to express Over 1,000 artists submitted powerful climate change-inspired artwork Images, left to right: Christos Lamprianidis, 'No Pollution Please' (1st place)...read more

Snowboarding's Dead

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An inside look at snowboarding in mountain-less Minnesota

This from the director: This is episode 1 of snowboarding's dead, an inside look at Minnesota, a hub for snowboarding, and all around amazing place. Over the years, a lot of great snowboarders have come from Minnesota, and as i spend more time there, it becomes more and more apparent why. Not known for its Big mountains, but more for rope tows, amazing snowboard parks and a snow blanketed......read more

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