What? Sorry, I can’t hear you. Sleigh Bells. You know.
OK Go Music Video of the Day: “Back From Kathmandu”
The band enlists the services of their fans and Range Rover’s Pulse of the City app to spell out “OK Go” across an 8.5-mile route through Los Angeles to the tune of the latest off their latest, Of the Blue Colour of the Sky.
So sweet! It’s like the light parade at Disney but more awesome.
DOUBLE SUFJAN VIDEO POST ALL THE WAAAYYYYYYYYYY
Friggin’ crazy. Too good to not post. (How one person can go from THIS to this in one career - and it’s OK - never ceases to amaze me.)
I made this infographic for a class. It’s a bubble chart of my most listened-to artists, according to my Last.fm page. I guess it turned out pretty cool for the amount of time I spent on it (not very much).
I wish Last.fm was better at counting my iPod plays… if it was, my data would not be as Sufjan/Mraz-skewed.
They Might Be Giants - New York City
…Because I’m going there this weekend! YAAYAYYYYYY!
It’s gonna be my boyfriend’s first time in the city, and my first time without my family. We’re SO doing lots of tourist-y stuff (well, cheap tourist-y stuff).
OK Go Music Video of the Day: “End Love”
OK Go’s latest soon-to-be viral music video, set to the tune of the fourth single off the band’s latest outing, Of the Blue Colour of the Sky.
Should I have expected anything other than a visually and technically stunning music video? Nope. OK Go is unreal.
Marsh King’s Daughter - Eisley
I’ve been obsessed with this song for almost three years.
It makes me want to skip around a fairytale forest with some cute woodland creatures and there’s a rainbow above us. Yeah.
The band OK Go has outdone themselves again with this creative, single-take Rube Goldberg machine video.
"The video was filmed in a two story warehouse, in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA. The “machine” was designed and built by the band, along with members of Syyn Labs (http://syynlabs.com/) over the course of several months.”