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Oh MY GAWD.

I know there’s so many posts today, but this is so frakin’ contagious. It is a bit unsettling to put Hanson and the word “dancing” in the same sentence, but this song is just… so… damn catchy. I can’t even remember the lyrics, but I want to clap my hands and learn the dance. I am suspecting I am so totally buying the album next month.

Also, maybe not a candidate for Breakthrough video… but definitely a candidate for Music Video with Dance in It… I might just not give it a choreography title, but it’s a dance video nonetheless~~~

Does anyone feel back in the 90s with this?

I have never enjoyed Beyonce’s music, ever since she began her solo stuff, but then again… a lot of people seem to like her when I read stuff online. I think it’s funny no one I know really likes her music.

Anyway, apparently… this is new stuff. And Beyonce here looks totally committed to the look. I don’t like the song, but the style of the video is nifty. However, with videos like OK Go’s This Too Shall Pass, and M.I.A’s Born Free – I doubt this particular one has any chance of making it to the list of Best Music Videos this year.

Another video by Olafur Arnalds directed by Argentinean motion graphic designer Esteban Diacono, who also happened to direct Light last year.

Hægt, Kemur Ljósið = Slowly, Comes the Light

Beautiful story, and visuals… though I wished the bird moved more gracefully.
Coz… it does move a little stiff, right?

Well, no wonder I hadn’t heard about Lady Rouge since her appearance in the Lady Dior series’ Lady Noire. It’s because Marion’s been so busy, that they didn’t have the time to make it happen… instead? They made a music video featuring Eyes of Mars by Franz Ferdinand.

*spazz* Marion in a red dress… and Marion in a suit. I’m a little iffy about her singing voice in that song, but the visuals more than make up for any of it. She’s rocking, and looking smoking hot.

It would look so SO good on HD.

But alas… I can’t access the video through the Lady Dior website at the moment.

Anyway~~~ I am posting because Lady Blue has just been released~
and you can view it over at the Lady Dior website.

Directed by David Lynch (Mulholland Dr., Inland Empire).

Look, I like Lynch’s films as much as the next cinephile, and I appreciate his storytelling and the things he does… but seriously? Lady Blue? It looked too much of a student film to be a high fashion piece. I could accept the hand-held camera and the dim moody lights, but the blurry lights (which I usually love) and the whole “this looks all shaky and stuff because it’s not reality” was just too much. I could barely pay any attention to the purse.

Also, you do not get Marion on a Dior piece and make her gorgeousity blurry.

but you know… you can watch for yourself, and have your own opinion.

Wow, violent films have completely effed me over.

Viewer discretion is advice, as the video contains extreme images of violence, and some very little nudity. But would you feel sick, if I tell you it was only one instance in the WHOLE video when I actually flinched?

Definitely a candidate for Most Talk About Video of 2010.

music video > music, though.