The Ting Tings are clearly fabulous. Great DJ was very good, and That's Not My Name is even more infectious, a surefire monster, the feelgood chant of 2008.
Two from Indica: Does It Offend You Yeah? and The Metros
Indica is a directing team with a difference - a group of creatives who can each take on directing responsibilities at any given time, all under the auspices of veteran promo producer and Indica owner/executive producer Simon Poon Tip.
So the style of work under the Indica name - or brand if you like - can vary enormously. Their latest two videos illustrate the point. First up is Does It Offend You Yeah's Epic Last Song, where the band are cheekily transformed into tiny clockwork men who still manage (with
some difficulty) to play their instruments.
It's very nicely done - must have taken ages...
It's for Last Of The Lookers, which may be an ironic title as their singer is not exactly your conventionally handsome frontman.
|Producer||Simon Poon Tip|
|Director of Photography||Marcus Domleo|
|Art Director||Alice Wolfbauer|
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