MUSIC VIDEOS OF THE MONTH – APRIL

MUSIC VIDEOS OF THE MONTH – APRIL

Posted on May 1, 2014 by

Its time for another installment of fresh music videos! This month I have expanded my search to include some of the best undiscovered works from Vimeo. As always my aim here is not to find the biggest budget but the best creativity.
 

So to spark the fire, here’s Oscar Key Sung with “All I could do”. This video mashes together live footage, stills and effects to create a dreamy landscape of interesting motions. Don’t forget to check out more from all our videos, Twitter handles listed below!
 

Director Tristan Jalleh
@OscarKeySung
 
Next up is Field Works with “The Elevator: Cities and the Sky”. This video places because, on top of its solid camera work & cinematography aspects, the core subject of the film follows a unique and often overlooked character, the sound recordist and their journey as they map the sounds of the area.
 

Director @JonathanFrey
Team Records
 

Rust & Dust place 3rd this month with “Talbot”. I’ll admit that the opening long take of the video didn’t blow me away, but the cinematic aesthetics of the following shots sealed the deal here. Make sure to keep an eye out in future!
 

Rust & Dust
 

In second place this month we have N’to with “Petite”. With great visuals and a surreal storyline this video creates a sense of eerie memories. Make sure to check out directors Julien Reynaud & Favien Berry’s previous work too!
 

@Nto_wmgmt
Julien Reynaud & Favien Berry
 

Finally Denitia and Sene take home top spot this month. Check out their video for “Divided” below featuring both live action footage and a mixture of both 2D & 3D graphic brought together in a calm monochrome fusion. Also be sure to hit up http://www.redbull.com/uk/en/music for more!
 

@DenitiaAndSene

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