Two things that should be guaranteed to cross political and cultural boundaries, music and nature, come together in this moving piece.
We’re inspired by both the raw beauty of the setting, and the calm mastery of the performance. Hope you’ll like it too.
Everyone has a story to tell, and we all go about telling it in different ways.
If your way of telling your stories is through film and video, you may want to take advantage of the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project coming up soon. Registration is still in the Early Bird phase, so if you want to get started with team building right away, you can save a few bucks.
We’ll have more to say about it as it draws closer.
Music can take many places in our lives. It can recreate a heartbreak, inspire us to joy or to glory, or it can memorialize a loving relationship that is now complete.
Joe DeRose can often be seen playing in Silicon Valley and the surrounding areas. Keep an eye out for your next chance to see him live. (http://www.joederosedrums.com/)
Our friends in The Kinsey Sicks thought about this classic for a while and realized that it wasn’t appropriate for every culture. So they gave us this!
You can check out more of their work by subscribing to their YouTube channel. Be sure and let them know how you feel. We’re certain that they’re dying to hear.
Our friends at Schoolhouse Earth insisted that we should share this new music video from Alastair and Elsa Moock. Being the long-time fans of Alastair’s music career, we could hardly resist.
It didn’t hurt that we agree with Elsa completely.
Sometimes a music video needs flash and production value. Sometimes it just needs a golden voice and some grease paint.
Now get back to work!
We came upon this animated music video and couldn’t stop looking! As one pop culture reference slid into another, we found ourselves scurrying to keep up.
See how well you do as you watch this video featuring All Over by Cruisr.
We find it hard to imagine someone of any age being familiar with All of these references. No doubt someone will provide a catalog. We’d like to see it.
We sometimes long for the glory days of the music video. Indeed, we can remember the days when MTV actually had music, and the days when every giant new album came out with a breathtaking music video to accompany it.
This video restores our faith in the genre however. Hope you like it. (By the way, run this out to full screen and turn the sound up – you’ll be glad you did.)
We encourage emerging musicians to style up, make a strong partnership with a video production team that can do them justice, and then just go rock it!