1. Film clip for the Gotye song State Of The Art, from the album Making Mirrors

    Buy Making Mirrors here smarturl.it/gotye
    gotye.com/
    facebook.com/gotye/
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    Directed and animated by Greg Sharp & Ivan Dixon at Rubber House (rubberhousestudio.com)

    Music credits:
    Produced by Wally De Backer
    Mixed by Francois Tetaz, assisted by Wally at Moose Mastering, Richmond, VIC, Australia

    Lowrey Cotillion choir, banjo, Genie Bass, custom flute presets, diapason, Orchestral Symphonizer, Magic Swing Piano, drums, percussion, bass, guitar and synth samples, lead and backing vocals: Wally

    Contains samples of Green Is the Mountain as performed by Frances Yip. Used courtesy of EMI Music Australia Pty Ltd

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    When the Cotillion arrived
    We threw out the television
    Model D 575
    Has custom flute presets
    And Harmony-Plus in addition

    Now for an arm and a leg
    We get three half-dozen beats to choose from
    So now we can pretend
    That there's an orchestra in the loungeroom

    I put the Genie Bass on
    So my left hand can play the choir
    With 16ft Diapason
    And Lowrey's patented Orchestral Symphonizer

    Banjo's great on repeat
    The kids want to play but they'll have to be patient
    The wife can't help tapping her feet
    It's a genuine home entertainment revelation

    State of the art
    (Hold the phone, it's so)
    State of the art
    [Listen to the difference!]
    (Oh my god, it's so)
    State of the art
    [By use of a computer]
    State of the art

    Now we don't want to go out
    When we could spend the night at home with the Cotillion
    Invite the neighbours around
    Start the bossanova beat and limbo from the living to the kitchen

    Enjoy the state of the art
    The Magic Swing Piano really is astounding
    Now we can't tell them apart
    But these amazing simulations end up sounding even better than the real thing

    State of the art
    (Hold the phone, it's so)
    [Computer controlled tone colour]
    State of the art
    [The marriage of music to computers is quite natural]
    (Oh my god, it's so)
    State of the art
    [It is time to hear the results]

    # vimeo.com/27523219 Uploaded 90.6K Plays 34 Comments
  2. Debut video from the group Rhye off their EP "Open"

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/open-ep/id490808663

    2012 Innovative Leisure

    Director: Jennifer Nies
    Director of Photography: Randy Wedick
    Cam/Gaffer: Julian Janiga

    # vimeo.com/36881524 Uploaded 428K Plays 31 Comments
  3. A short documentary about the recording of the Gotye record Making Mirrors

    Buy Making Mirrors here smarturl.it/gotye
    gotye.com/
    facebook.com/gotye/
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    Directed by James Bryans and Wally De Backer

    Filmed and edited by James Bryans between January 2010 and July 2011, on the Mornington Peninsula, VIC, Australia

    # vimeo.com/26537415 Uploaded 165K Plays 43 Comments
  4. Directed, designed and animated by Ivan Dixon and Greg Sharp at Rubber House
    rubberhousestudio.com

    Additional animation by Neil Sanders, Gavin Mouldey, Alex Grigg, Peter Lowey and Jérémy Pires

    Additional design by Marlo Meekins

    Music credits:
    Produced by Wally De Backer
    Mixed and mastered by Franc Tetaz
    From the Gotye album Like Drawing Blood

    # vimeo.com/51082367 Uploaded 58.5K Plays 30 Comments
  5. Animated visuals for live performances of the Gotye song Easy Way Out, from the album Making Mirrors

    Buy Making Mirrors here smarturl.it/gotye
    gotye.com/
    facebook.com/gotye/
    twitter.com/gotye/

    Animated and directed by Benjamin Drake and Eddie White

    Music credits:
    Produced by Wally De Backer
    Mixing and additional production by Francois Tetaz,
    assisted by Andy Stewart and Wally at
    The Mill, Gippsland, VIC

    Bass guitar: Lucas Taranto
    Drums, percussion, guitar and orchestra samples,
    lead and backing vocals: Wally

    Contains samples from Echoette as performed by Buddy Merrill.
    Licensed courtesy of Accent Records

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    Seventeen seconds and I’m over it
    Ready for the disconnect
    Putting on a brave face
    Trying not to listen
    to the voices in the back of my head

    (But it’s alright now)
    It’s a distant memory baby
    (It’s alright now)
    You know you should just let it go

    But some feelings have a habit of persisting
    even though you wouldn’t let it show

    Wearing me out
    (All this)
    Hanging around
    (It just starts)
    Getting me down
    (‘till I’m just)
    Looking for an easy way out

    Braindead from boredom
    I’m led to distraction
    Scratching the surface of life
    Nothing really happens
    But it’s easy to keep busy
    When you tell yourself you’re traveling right

    (But it’s alright now)
    Was it really worth it baby?
    (It’s alright now)
    Was it just a waste of time?

    Keep on second-guessing
    Use my memory like a weapon
    On everything I try

    # vimeo.com/30722690 Uploaded 39.1K Plays 10 Comments

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