Posts filed under “Digital Media”
Mocean Worker’s nu-jazz pairs with old-school animation in the eye-popping new video for ‘Shake Ya Boogie.’ Mocean Worker told Spinner, "I wanted the video to be a tribute to a 1930s-style Max Fleischer cartoon." The song is from his new album, ‘Cinco de Mowo,’ and the video began as an experiment with Polish art student and animator Czarek Kwasny. Kwasny took Mowo’s ideas and direction for the video exclusively over AIM and email. "Neither of us have actually ever spoken on a phone or heard each other’s voices," Mocean Worker explained. Eleven months and countless IMs later, ‘Shake Ya Boogie’ comes to life.
Brilliant commentary from a Daily Show writer about the Writer’s Guild strike:
(if no video appears here, than try IE or Safari — or got to YouTube directly.
Firefox has been glitchy with YouTube videos lately)
There’s a lesson in this: Be careful about not paying comedy writers, as they have the clever ability to make you look like idiotic shitbags . . .
"Girlfriend in a coma, I know, I know, its really serious . . . "
Cool blast from the past!
I was a pretty big Smiths fan back in the day, and when a band like Radiohead covers one of their tunes, it is just fine by me . . .
Previously: Radiohead Adapts Our Business Model