1. Music video for Superchunk "Crossed Wires" taken from their album "Majesty Shredding" (available now from Popfrenzy Records)

    # vimeo.com/22725403 Uploaded 788 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

  2. Music video for Best Coast - Crazy For You
    Taken from Best Coast's album "Crazy For You" (out now on Popfrenzy Records)

    Director: Bob Harlow
    Producer: Rachel Dargavel
    DP: Brian Fawcett

    Production Manager: Yuen-Wai Lu
    1st AC: Eva Arnold
    Camera Trainee: Tabitha Beckman
    Gaffer: Nathan Hudson Jenkins
    B-Cam: Tim Mogridge

    Stylist: Laura Clayton
    Art Director: Jasmin Wilson
    Art Assistant: Emma Denby
    Props: Martyn Thomas
    Make-Up Designer: Natalie Abizadeh
    Animal Wrangler: Trevor Smith
    Runner: George Belfield
    Runner: Boldizar Csemak

    Editor: Bob Harlow
    Colourist: Luke Morrison

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  3. Music video for Best Coast - Boyfriend
    Taken from Best Coast's album "Crazy For You" (available now on Popfrenzy Records)

    Directed by Taylor Cohen.

    # vimeo.com/22429661 Uploaded 1,748 Plays / / 1 Comment Watch in Couch Mode

  4. Times New Viking - Dancer Equired

    Out now through Popfrenzy Records (shop.popfrenzy.com.au/product/times-new-viking-dancer-equired)

    # vimeo.com/22428221 Uploaded 185 Plays / / 1 Comment Watch in Couch Mode

  5. An LZX Industries / Blackmagic Rollercoaster Production
    Directed by Lars Larsen
    Videography by Blackmagic Rollercoaster
    Physical Effects & Construction by Jonah Lange
    Starring Kaylan Drake Burnette
    Special thanks to Scott Gelber, Malcolm Welbourne, Ben Aqua, Christine Aprile, Juan Cisneros, Katie Graham, Chad Allen, Tommy Blackburn, Michael Stein, Nick Smith, Scott Whiteman, Wiley Wiggins and many others

    Lars Larsen is an electronics designer and multimedia artist in Austin, Texas. Larsen's work focuses on synergistic relationships between technology and subject, and the resurrection of forgotten pre-Computer Age technologies. Over the past few years, he and partner Edward Leckie of Sydney, Australia have been developing an analogue video synthesizer called the LZX Visionary in the tradition of esoteric video art tools used in the 1970's. The LZX Visionary manipulates and creates images in the same way a normal synthesizer does for sounds. Mind Drips is the first music video to utilize this unique synthesizer, and all of its visual effects are recorded in real-time using techniques such as abstract pattern synthesis, video feedback, and analog compositing. For more information on the LZX Visionary video synthesizer, visit lzxindustries.net or e-mail lars@lzxindustries.net

    # vimeo.com/18105631 Uploaded 504 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode






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