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The Sea and Cake, "On and On"

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Get hypnotized to this simple, elegant sand animation by Naomi Nagata

Remember in the late nineties when the music press labeled the Sea and Cake and their genre-twisting, jazz-influenced brethren as "post-rock"? Worst name ever. Anyway, the rhythmic Chicago act dropped their tenth LP, Runner, a couple months ago, and now we have a lovely animated clip for album highlight "On and On." Like the song itself, Naomi Nagata's elegant stop motion video is a......read more

Whale War Collision

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Anti-whaling speedboat destroyed in collision with whaling vessel.

[Update] Here's some more footage from another angle. (Via Dot Earth) Photo by JoAnne McArthur of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society...read more

Seabear "I'll Build You a Fire"

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A colorful video befitting of a dreamy, Icelandic pop jam.

Seabear is headed by Sindri Mar Sigfusson, whose solo project Sin Fang Bous really nails the Icelandic pop sound for us. "I'll Build You A Fire" is the second single off Seabear's debut LP, We Built A Fire (we have a theme here, folks). For the video, Sigfusson recruited his brother Mani to provide the visuals, and Mani came through with this colorful piece, featuring a......read more

Arborea, "Seadrift"

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Music vid assembled from nature footage captured on folk duo's U.S. tour.

Based in Maine, psych-folk duo Arborea are inspired by the rugged, natural landscapes of their home state. For the official video for "Seadrift," the banjo-driven single off their self-titled 2008 album, the band traveled to the other coast, capturing images of nature in northern California and the Oregon coast while on tour. The footage was shot and edited by Shanti Curran, who makes......read more

Why The Ocean?

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Help save our troubled seas with One World One Ocean

Across the world, oceanic ecosystems are in peril. Overfishing, pollution, and climate change are have pushed oceans worldwide to the precipice of disaster. One Ocean One World, an effort launched last October by Greg MacGillivray of MacGillivray Freeman Films, is urging people to act to save our troubled seas. "The ocean is our planet's life support system, yet in my travels and at......read more

The Farmer and The Bluefin

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The Perennial Plate takes a looks at the controversial practice of tuna farming

Driven by demand in Japan's seafood market, stocks of the bluefin tuna have depleted 85 percent over the last forty-odd years. Can aquaculture help meet the demand and save the threatened species? In "The Farmer and the Bluefin," The Perennial Plate hones its cameras in on a bluefin tuna farm in Wakayama, Japan. Whereas most bluefin farming operations capture young fish......read more

Scott Squad Sea Class Drugs

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Comedy from BBC Scotland

This is just so good. ...read more

Fear Nothing

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Seals Sue, Directed By Isaac Ravishankara

“Fear Nothing” by Selah Sue. From the album Reason, courtesy of Because Music, 2015 concept & direction: Isaac Ravishankara characters: Sanne Putseys, Ellis Bahl, The Pepper Family: Rob, Natally, Elliot, and Henry Producer: Aviv Russ Executive Producer: Jason Colon, Danielle Hinde Prod. Co: Doomsday Ent. Director of Photography: Sing Howe Yam 1st Assistant Camera: Rachel Fox......read more

Lake Cushman

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A group of Seattle friends take a misty trip to Washington's Olympic Peninsula

Filmmaking buddies Caleb & Shawn share a passion for the good ol' outdoors, and it shines through in the videos they make of their hiking, canoeing, and snowshoeing excursions. Their latest clip finds them in Lake Cushman, on the southeast border of Washington's Olympic National Park, a tranquil slice of wilderness just a two hour drive from Seattle where the pair live. The clip features......read more

J. Viewz, "About The Sea"

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Woozy track from Brooklyn producer gets animated video courtesy of director Clement Picon

Brooklyn-based producer J. Viewz (aka Jonathan Dagan) is building a nice little portfolio of videos for songs off his Rivers and Homes LP. The first, for the eponymous lead single, featured 300 still frames contributed by fans then animated into an ingenious clip. Now we have a new one for "About The Sea" from director Clement Picon, who has clearly been too busy making cool animations to update......read more

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