Posted January 21, 2015
Since I heard this song yesterday, I have not been able to get it out of my head. First off, I really like it. Secondly, it reminds me of a 90s house track. It sounds SO familiar, but I cannot put my finger on it and it’s slowly driving me crazy. Please help.
“Forever” is the latest video to be released off of Majid Jordan’s EP, A Place Like This. Directed by Common Good’s Jamie Webster, who also directed the slick, sexy and stylish Her video for Majid Jordan, the short sweet catchy song takes the viewer on a solo dance party through some of Toronto’s most beautifully designed buildings.
A shout out to Izzy Ehrlich at Rooster Post Production, who edited the video.
Posted January 8, 2015
It’s a great round up of tunes and eye candy, and I’m happy to see work from my friends over at Common Good in the mix – they created the sexy and stylish “Her” for Majid Jordan.
Posted January 5, 2015
The first day back after a long holiday sucks. Long holidays are awesome though.
I’m slowing easing into 2015 with Husky’s new video for their latest single “Saint Joan.”
The video is directed and illustrated by Lucinda Schreiber, who was kind enough to send it my way. Schreiber also directed and animated the great live visuals for Gotye’s “Smoke & Mirrors” – posted below – my fav song from the album. Good stuff.
Posted December 8, 2014
The folks over at Common Good have made this slick and sexy vid for Majid Jordan’s latest, called “Her.” They’ve also been creating some great contact for him on Instagram too – watch a reel of all the clips they’ve done below.
Nice work guys!
Posted December 8, 2014
The song “Paper Planes” has taken off and it’s all thanks to Vapor Music and Walmart’s Holiday campaign.
Developed by Toronto’s Vapor Music, and performed by local artists East of Avenue, the track was created for the retailer’s 2014 holiday TV campaign (see below), which features friends and family coming together to celebrate the festive season.
Right off the bat, “Paper Planes” really resonated with TV viewers. They found the tune to be so catchy that Walmart was flooded by calls from fans wondering about the artist behind the song and where they could find the full length track. That led to Vapor music working with East of Avenue to extrapolate “Paper Planes” and make it available in its entirety on both iTunes and Spotify. The song has turned out to be something of a holiday phenomenon. It’s already been downloaded over 1600 times in just a few short weeks, and is currently sitting at the number five spot on the singer/songwriter chart on iTunes Canada. A “Paper Planes” music video has also been completed and just launched on YouTube (posted above).
Posted October 16, 2014
Ah, isn’t this sweet – a cat fishing, a crow dancing. Um…wait. Enter the earthworm and things start to go terribly wrong. In the most delightfully animated way.
“Earthworm Heart” is the latest music video for the Tom Fun Orchestra, directed by Alasdair + Jock of Trunk.
Found via Little Black Book where there’s more info.
Posted September 24, 2014
What a fun, beautiful and playful video for “Knock Knock” by Brunettes Shoot Blondes, an indie/electro/pop band from the Ukraine. Jaja.
Posted September 23, 2014
I like boobs and playful copywriting (who doesn’t?). Celebrate your breasts with this musical reminder to get them checked.
The singingmammogram.org plays off the idea of sending a singing telegram and features a video and song with lyrics that deliver an important preventive health message – reminding you to get a mammogram – in a fun, clever and encouraging way.
Posted July 30, 2014
Imperial Woodpecker is delighted to announce that Sam Brown has joined their roster for commercial representation in the U.S.
Sam has produced award winning work for clients as varied as Lexus, Samsung, Audi, Adidas and Virgin Media, who’s “Fantastic Journey” spot received a best direction yellow pencil at D&AD. His music video for Jay Z’s Grammy winning “On to the Next One” has been called the music video of the decade (below). Imperial Woodpecker looks forward to continuing his tradition of eclectically beautiful work.
Sam continues to call Rogue Films home in the U.K., along with the full roster of Imperial’s directors.
Posted July 25, 2014
I miss vinyl. I like the little bit of nostalgia in this spot to promote Bombay Bicycle Club’s new album, So Long, See You Tomorrow.
The clip expands on the band’s phenakistoscope inspired artwork by taking the concept and creating it in-camera, with no post except edit and grade. It’s directed by James Henry of Love Commercial.
Found via Creative Review’s Best of Feed.