André Chocron is a Norwegian director who has created what might be the world’s best, and perhaps only, music video featuring nothing but architecture.
Yeah, we know. That sounds ferociously boring -- a video only a T-square geek could love. But Chocron jazzed things up by turning the architecture into a canvas for a massive, whimsical light show, one that visualizes the riffs and melodies of Cold Mailman’s “Time is of the essence.” In short, he managed to make a bunch of buildings look as though they could dance. Checkie checkie:
"I hope I'll be making the first record on an iPad," said Damon Albarn. It's the first major album, for sure, but pop musicians, DJs, and even some orchestras have been experimenting with the musical possibilities of the device. Here are some of our favorites.
Will the former KCRW "Morning Becomes Eclectic" tastemaker and "Star Maker of the Semipopular" find the next Coldplay, Interpol, or Norah Jones -- or just offer sweet relief from bland Internet music video?