Master Of None co-creator Alan Yang directs a genius video that pokes fun at the fact that Friends was an exceptionally white show, by recasting a remake with a who's who of current black stars, including Jerrod Carmichael, Issa Rae, Lakeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Tessa Thompson and Lil Rel Howery.
You know the song, "Can I Sit Next To You Girl" by AC/DC? Pretty sure Bon Scott was talking about somebody imaginative like Kacy Hill, who finds a very productive way to pass the time on the bus. And based on her fantasies, I'm equally sure she wasn't thinking of anybody like the late Mr. Scott.
What starts as a commentary on sexist ass/legs videos, turns into a pomo exploration on Internet overactions, turns into an actual reality as weird as what we've just seen, before turning into a meditation on the loneliness of the creative video director, played by Keith Schofield himself.
Bob Jeusette, director: “The music of The Magician sounds so universal. It is a dream to be able to create a visual world for his music.” The Magician was super happy with the result: “The casting, the colours, the atmosphere ... everything is just right in the video. The locations are chosen so well, can you believe that the entire video is shot in Belgium?
Dance music possesses a guy and a girl as they orgasmically dance around North London.
Thomas Ralph, director: "The idea initially stemmed from the pattern like structure of the song and the 90’s all-night rave culture Vessels are homaging. Our mission was to merge raw, out on the town ‘run and gun’ narrative shooting with a graphic, layered, edit-structure to match with the beat."
Based on the director's comment, the thrust of this video is clearly about how Britain's austerity is crimping dreams and subduing cities, but it's also hard to avoid noticing that kids have an easy time of finding things to do that seem much more fulfilling that shopping.
2015 has its first real Halloween video with “Crazy Party Night,” Kyary Pamyu Pamyu’s tribute to all things spooky and fun. The “Pon Pon Pon” singer dresses up as a reporter going through a haunted hall. But is it all too real? Find out below.