Surrealism and absurdism have always captivated me, they slice the reality as we know it and perform its autopsy, opening unseen layers… But first things first. Here is my new video on of the best post-punk/new wave songs ever by the British band Wire, 1979. The clip is composed of 2 works by great surrealist directors Jonas Mekas (born in 1922, Lithuania/USA) and Vladimir Kobrin (born in 1942, USSR).
…this video that I did.
This one is going to be one of few non-sci-fi posts. I’ve been working for several weeks on the musical video of an amazing song “K.” from the debut album by Cigarettes After Sex. Highly reccomended for all the lovers of dreampop, indie pop, shoegaze and even slowcore like me (let me mention some of my favourite bands… Galaxie 500, Mazzy Star, Jesus and Mary Chain, Codeine, Beach House, The XX, Hibou, Air, My Bloody Valentine, Badly Drawn Boy, At Swim Two Birds, Youth Lagoon… and many others).
I only did the editing, assembling and cutting two movies by Abel Ferrara (“Ms .45”, “The Blackout”) and Andrei Tarkovski (“The Mirror”, “Solaris”), but tried to make a new story. Main reasons were that I’m studying editing a little and because the album is just amazing. It’s an ambient pop project, intimate and surreal, so I thought these 4 movies match it well.
Feel free to hate it or bash it, just tell me that.