If it looks that the first Aphex Twin video in about 17 tears was directed by a 12-year-old, that's because it actually was. Specifically, it's young Dublinite Ryan Wyer, who happens to have his own Youtube channel about gaming and stuff. And people more than three times his age are now weeping that they haven't done something as cool with their lives... Excuse me while I weep into some Breyer's...
Not sure how best to describe this one, so I'll just nick this from the official description, "a virtual 3D rendering of the Shangaan electro producer’s technicolour 190BPM aesthetic." Got it? If not, just click and watch since it's quick, colorful and appropriately nonsensical.
Stef & Ivo have created a interesting twist on the lyric video format; in which phrases from the song are projected and painted onto the bodies of dancers to create mesmerising and beautiful visuals. Produced by Alasdair Mitchell & Zebrafish Media.
Interpreting the album’s vision of "music like sculpture", Hewitt travels from birth to death manipulating three dimensional images of organic life juxtaposed with religious icons, frenetically viewed through 360 degrees. Only the midsection’s soaring, melodic lament offers a respite from the relentless pace; exploring movements of dance through dispersed forms.
On working with Clark, Hewitt said: "I’ve been a big fan of Clark’s for years, having been drawn to the dark, distorted romance of his work. I’m excited by how his brain interprets reality and, in turn, music. Clark is one of the very few people I’d do mushrooms with. I love him that much."
Rollerblading in the video for a song called "[rollerblades]" is to be expected, but everything else that takes place in this beautiful, yet enigmatic piece starring skating pro Juan Tocino will take you by surprise. Which is maybe why "rollerblades" is in brackets for the songtitle.