Had Migos not interrupted the narrative by inserting non sequitur rap video stereotypes right in the middle, this might've moved up a few notches, but it still offers enough grotesquely compelling visuals to earn a place among the year's best. Travis Scott not only creates a unique sound to his music, he also creates a unique experience. Animals, colors and textures appear throughout the video undergoing change and evolve, as life does. Every time you watch this video, you will notice little things each time that will blow your mind. Here is my top 5 favorite music videos.
Hat tip to reader Russell D. The Electric Flag — a blues band that liked to get its freak on now and then. That's not my personal opinion -- those are Sean Carter's thoughts in a surprisingly vulnerable, raw video and song from the unquestioned commercial king of hip-hop. Along with their crazy object bending and the masking effect on the people, they have included color distortion and changes that have made for an eye-popping experience. The stop-motion animation is a technique not seen often in music videos, and it is used well here. While that has nothing to do with the video per se, this is a nice entry in the tried-and-true fake infomercial format. Catch it down below: 3.
Prepare to be terrified… and weirdly intriqued. Grok more 1960s images and sounds on and. There are Kubrick references, Tarantino references, hell, maybe this whole thing is a Forrest Gump parody. Frightening Freddy Krueger hand prop? That is what he did in this video. How would you like your eyes - fried or scrambled? Solo Dolo came on the scene back in 2008, a Cleveland native living in Brooklyn who got the ultimate co-sign from Kanye West. Tame Impala, Elephant The archetypical trippy music video, Elephant has it all. I wanted to look back at my tastes from more than a decade ago and pat myself on the back for no longer listening to cartoon music.
Exquisitely brought together with highly creative use of multi-layered visuals. Fast transitions, crazy color distortions and insane zooms that make you want to pause to see how they did it. They want you to see new things in every scene to keep you watching, and that is what is great about these videos. Jeu — Georges Schwizgebel 2006 Multiperspectivism and multi-dimensionality are fundamental motifs of psychedelic aesthetics and philosophy. I really like the datamoshing effect in this video.
Or perhaps disturbing enough that you cannot look away. Tension mounts as Jonathan Rado realizes that creative control of his first directorial effort is getting wrested away. Find more information about the concert. These guys must've really practiced, practiced, practiced! These videos were featured on the home page of the music site Psychedelic Sight at some point, archived here for eternity — or until the labels complain. The Underachievers are notorious for their trippy music videos. You may find the final scene gut-busting hilarious or a total turnoff. Without too many fancy effects, the group creates a playful and wacky universe which makes you want to jump into the screen and join the party.
Christopher Mills does the legend justice in this haunting, three-dimensional animated video collage released nearly a year after the singer's death -- like much of Cohen's work, it deals in sentiment without being sentimental, and confronts head-on the most difficult emotions humans face. Go and sit over there for a while. The skin appears disturbingly real right up to the moment the makeshift astronaut bounces against it, during a journey that ends with a comet-woman blasting through space. Hatsune Miku, Last Night Good Night Taken from Takashi Murakami's 2013 Jellyfish Eyes movie, the visuals for the Pharrell-produced Last Night, Good Night is a Japan fan's wet dream. But in this internet writer's very humble opinion, this is the best Jay-Z has ever been. The Norwalk rock band formed when former band Violet Blue fizzled out. That much fame and wealth that young is bound to make people do crazy things, like pretend to be Batman in a big-budget music video.
She becomes a serial killer, of course! I wanted to hate this video and song. In the nineties, music videos were all the rave. And damn, they know how to make music videos, all the more remarkable considering the fact that music videos don't carry the cultural cache they once did. D resurrects themselves to hammer home the point and close the book on a turbulent year. However, an unsettling environment can be equally detrimental. You can find more psychedelic videos , , and. Is it really so different? The trippy visuals feature everything from Cyrus leading the police in a slow car chase on the freeway to priests throwing money in a strip club.
By reminding the audience of the horrible racist caricatures presented in children's cartoons, Jay-Z's new single helps paint a fuller picture of the violent, despicable legacy of slavery in America. Check out the video below and let us know what you think about it. Rap is a great example of an art, hence why a rapper is also called an artist. Turn the volume all the way up, hit full screen, and stare into the swirling rainbow of colours and kaleidoscopic live footage as the band flash before your wide eyes in god-like wonder. However, this first one will always trip me out.