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Jon Hopkins 'Immunity' Video

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This time-lapse of crystal growth is an audio/visual feast

To mark the forthcoming release of Immunity, Jon Hopkins' debut LP, the techno producer partnered with art director Craig Ward, biochemist Linden Gledhill, and The Creators Project to put out this perfect teaser video. Hopkins' warm, layered sounds provide the audio track for a time-lapse of various immiscible liquids, dyes and chemicals interacting under a microscope.  "Jon's music is......read more

Oscillate by Daniel Sierra

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Get hypnotized by this spellbinding sine wave animation

Daniel Sierra brings sine waves to life with "Oscillate," a hypnotic animation created as his thesis project for his MFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York. The animation experiment is an attempt, he says, “to visualize waveform patterns that evolve from the fundamental sine wave to more complex patterns, creating a mesmerizing audio-visual experience in which sight and sound work in......read more

Google Street View Hyperlapse

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Buckle up, this hyperlapse video is about to whip you around San Francisco

As regular browsers of Vimeo know, there is a new form of time-lapse photography on the scene. Hyperlapse videos use time-lapse techniques but with moving cameras that are typically focused on one point. The results, as you can see in this video from Teehan+Lax, can make you dizzy. Here the San Francisco-based web designers used images from Google Street View to take us on a wild......read more

Fryars, "On Your Own"

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Start your week off emotionally with this tear-jerker vid

As if the end of a long weekend wasn't sad enough on it's own, this video for Fryars' "On Your Own" will get those tear ducts working double-time. The haunting, emotion-packed track is paired with morose visuals dominated by images of young ladies crying. We're not -- sniff-sniff -- the types to cry over a music video, but this is breaking our hearts. Fryars’ sophomore album is due out this......read more

New York Biotopes

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Watch the city's infrastructure come alive in this perspective-shifting motion piece

Berlin-based motion designer Lena Steinkühler pays homage to New York City in this weird video piece that depicts the metropole's infrastructure as living, breathing organisms. In New York Biotopes, Steinkühler envisions the urban environment occupied by "abstract plants and creatures, which change their forms because of insufficient living space and adapt themselves to the surroundings......read more

Atoms For Peace, "Ingenue"

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Thom Yorke does that weird, loose-limbed dance he does in this new video for his side project

If you loved Thom Yorke's weird, flailing dance moves in the video for Radiohead's "Lotus Flower" or in that infamous SNL performance -- and really, who didn't -- then you'll be pleased with this new clip for "Ingenue" by his side project, Atoms For Peace. Here we find Yorke and a partner partaking in a crazy, conceptual choreographed routine. I'm no expert on dancing, but this rules. "Ingenue"......read more

The Me Bird

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In this animated interpretaton of a Neruda poem, a ballerina comes to life, one layer at a time

This beautiful short film from 18bis, a Brazilian motion graphics studio, makes use of a little-known animation technique called stratastencil. The basic concept, from what we can gather, is to add layers of cut paper to create the scene. The film itself is a freestyle interpretation of the Pablo Neruda poem "The Me Bird." From the creators: The inspiration in the strata stencil technique......read more

Husbands, "Dreams"

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Old school techniques shine in this amazing typographic video for France's Husbands

Ever since Kanye's great "Good Life" video from a few years back, animated typographic lyrics have become sort of a "thing" in music videos. We're not mad. When it's done well, it's a wonderful thing. French production outfit Cauboyz build on the movement with this superb piece for "Dreams" by their countrymen, Husbands. Mixing various fonts and graphical treatments all over the screen, Cauboyz......read more

Bat for Lashes, "Lilies"

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Monsters star alongside Natasha Khan in this fantastical new video

If you were into Where the Wild Things Are, you'll love the new video for "Lilies," the ornate art-pop opener from Bat For Lashes' Haunted Man LP.  The playful clip features a group of monsters who chill and throw down some dance moves alongside singer Natasha Khan, who sports a black bikini and an impressive set of abs. Meanwhile, Khan creates stop-motion landscapes with her breath, barfing......read more

Rick Rubin: Music and Spirituality

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The esteemed record producer discusses art and nature in this inspiring video from Nowness

Rick Rubin is near the top of the list of the famous people who like to chill with. The legendary record producer, who famously launched Def Jam with Russell Simmons from his NYU dorm room, is not only one of most important architects in the history of popular music, but also a sage-figure on the path to spiritual enlightenment. In this short film, created by Alison Chernick for Nowness, Rubin......read more

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