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Daniel Kragh-Jacobsen lit up the UK Music Video Awards a couple of weeks ago, when his When Saints Go Machine video for Parix he won the Best Indie/Rock Budget award, delightedly bounding on stage to collect his award.
The video was premiered at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MOCA) last week (November 2012), and released online on the museum's new YouTube channel MOCAtv (one of fourteen new channels that comprise the new YouTube initiative YouTube Education), and ahead of the release of Björk's new remix album Bastards.
Recent Rokkit signing Mike Daly adds an extravagant flair to this trailer for Sarah Blasko's upcoming album I Am Awake. A mix of the striking, ambient and evolving, it's a captivating film. The shots are great, but the promo's bolder sections feature some impressive super-fast editing, that creates some interesting optical illusions.
The latest video made specially for 'Adam Buxton's BUG' on Sky Atlantic, sees David Freymond of L'Ogre, the mastermind behind the brilliant video for Hold Your Horses' 70 Million, step out of temporary music video directing retirement to employ his enormous art directing and directing skills for the services of Adam's paean to the end of summer fun, Coming Back From Holiday Blues. It's timely.
Inspired by his own kids' classic video gaming battles - and their trash talking (eg 'You're going down, pom pom') the latest of the music videos made specially for the Sky Atlantic TV show 'Adam Buxton's BUG' to go online is Dougal Wilson's marvellous, hilarious vid for Party Pom Pom.