There’s an interesting social experiment happening over at Studio Moniker. It’s called DONOTTOUCH.ORG, and it is an interactive music video for Light Light where all your cursor actions are being recording and overlaid with other participants. So, how well do you follow instructions? … Continue reading
I’m not writing about Twin Shadow’s Five Seconds because I think it’s a particularly appropriate article for JawboneTV. I am writing about this music video because I have literally nothing else to post seeing that this is the only thing I have … Continue reading
Just out from London-based studio Murmur, a new enigmatic interactive video titled Helioscope by Vessels (which can be found at Helioscope.tv). While there has been a growing trend of interactive videos this past year; Red Hot Chili Peppers, OK GO! … Continue reading
We like to touch music. Touch for yourself at www.brokenbells.com/october.
In an age defined by text-message shorthand and Chatroulette, the music video trilogy is a rare beast. But that didn’t stop British house-music producer Russ Chimes from hiring director Saman Keshavarz to shoot an epic three-parter to accompany his Midnight … Continue reading
We hear Part 3 is coming 09.2010. Gonna’ see if we can’t arrange an interview with these guys… one of our favs of this year. For more info read our past post on the project.
“Voicings” – Dawn Buie from MaRS Discovery District on Vimeo. “Voicings” is an aural composition installed in the North lobby of the MaRS Heritage Building, prototyped by the residents of the TELUS Interactive Art & Entertainment Program at the CFC … Continue reading
Seamless Sprint Through Time-Space from BrotherSister and Shilo What do you get when you mix Australian sibling musical duo BrotherSister with Yankee creative house Shilo? How about two and a half minutes of seamless camera movement from a forest into … Continue reading
Synopsis: A look at the throwback animation style and character development that went into heavy metal band Black Tide”s video ”Warriors of Time”, including concept art and words from animation studio Motherland, the company that brought the visuals to life. … Continue reading