A moving song from an indie artist and a cinematic short story shot on HDSLRs come together in this touching music video about depression, helplessness and unavoidable tragedy. Shot by an all volunteer crew in Vancouver's Historic Gastown area, the video features the song 'Safe' by Cameron Dobb.
Clay Hughes is an up and coming artist who has been compared to the sounds of Sublime, Citizen Cope and G. Love. He has a unique sound and style that utilizes crossing genres from country to hip-hop, rock and reggae - all within one album, and sometimes one track. This video is the single track off his most recent album "Burn." Shot in two evenings with a micro budget, the video embodies a rampage of a night in a small town.
For 18 year-old Nick, a typical, lonely Saturday at home turns into the greatest party in history (literally, when time traveling historical figures show up), when Detroit rock band WOODWARD unexpectedly shows up to play a show in his backyard.
CAN'T DEPORT US ALL
The U.S. government attempts to deport a Mexican toy manufacture (Chingo Bling), who is suspected of smuggling weapons of small destruction.
A one shot music video following a beautiful young woman from the moment she wakes until later in the evening when she reunites with the boy whom she has been singing about all day, her one true love.
This beautiful and dramatic music video for the song "Turnaround" by Denver indie band John Common & Blinding Flashes of Light depicts the rise and fall of love and family contained within a bedroom, a hypnotic and voyeuristic account of the life cycle of relationships. The use of light and movement in a surreal environment pulls the viewer in visually and enhances the already powerful music and lyrics.