VIDEODRONES

Videodrones are where we share music videos and visual art from artists from around the world.

CAMILA FUCHS – “MOON’S MOUNTAIN”

On the second video from Camila Fuchs album Kids Talk Sun, the duo of Camila De Laborde (Mexico City) and Daniel Hermann-Collini (Munich) creates a psychedelic pastiche of images that burn themselves in the retinas with ecstatic reverie. According to De Laborde, “Moon’s Mountain” is the song that references moments and places during this time: experiencing psychedelics, encountering …

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URAL MOUNTAINS – “KAMIKAZE”

Paired with documentary and archival footage of people and communities in crisis, the Argentinian based Shoegaze band Ural Mountains offer a convincing pastiche of 90’s Shoegaze and Art-Rock bands ranging from Chapterhouse to Sonic Youth on “Kamikaze”. We’ve been impressed by Ural Mountains convincing approach to the genre, combining straight forward alt-rock compositions with the …

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LUMIERE – “F”

The last we heard from the Greek artist Lumiere was the excellent video for “Acrophobia”. On “F” Lumiere zooms way out from the crystalline connection on “Acrophobia” and presents snippets of life on a macro and micro scale. The string and piano led composition erupts into some highly dramatic and emotional saxophone playing as the …

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JOSHUA VAN TASSEL – “MUTTERING SPELLS”

The lead track off of Canadian composer Joshua Van Tassel’s “Dance Music volume II:  More Songs for Slow Motion” gets a visual accompaniment. A gorgeous, early morning time-lapse recording the interplay of light against white sheets – movement caused by something unseen rippling across our visual frame. An absolutely stunning track, “Muttering Spells” is all …

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