Arcade Fire just released the first HTML5-powered music video for its most recent single, “We Used to Wait.”
The interactive video incorporates visual data of your hometown using Google Maps, Street View, and the 3D graphics engine within HTML5.
The experience is optimized for the Google Chrome web browser. So if you don’t already have it, go ahead and download it!
Simply visit www.thewildernessdowntown.com and enter the address of the house you grew up in, or any address really.
If you don’t feel like going through that much trouble, click here to see an example of what the video will look like:
My favorite song from In Rainbows
(500) Days of Summer Movie Soundtrack + Lil Wayne = (500) Days of Weezy
“Lauded electro-pop band Passion Pit have re-crafted the Smashing Pumpkins’ “Tonight, Tonight” in a manner that is at once reverent and full of daring. Michael Angelakos’ affinity for the song is clear in the way his high voice hems to the original melody. But where the Pumpkins went for ambitious grandiosity, Angelakos submerges the song into an electronic world of synth.” – Levi’s Pioneer Sessions
Download the song for free HERE
I think there are four different music videos for Banquet, but this one seems to keep my attention the best for some reason.
Must be the hands, LOL
“If time has taught us this much,
it’s that honesty is the cornerstone of trust.”
He’s got the funk.
Shingai Shoniwa has an incredible voice.
Another good one by Young Legionnaire.
I’m not sure when their debut will be available here in the US, but for all you UK folks, be sure to Pre-Order HERE!
OK Go – “End Love”