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While we are on the topic of Sia, I love her earlier song: Chandelier.
It’s just as emotionally-charged and high energy as Elastic Heart. In fact, I see Chandelier as the prequel to Elastic Heart, because the videos are both directed by Sia and Daniel Askill and features the same dancer in the music video, Maddie Ziegler. You can definitely tell the dancing was choreographed by the same person too, Ryan Heffington, as some of the moves are the same, and so is Ziegler’s costume.
It’s still fantastic though. The video was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Music Video, and became the seventh most watched YouTube video of 2014… Continue reading
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I am so slow to the party.
This song was on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack, and boy is it powerful.
I think the song can speak for itself, but it’s a chilling story of the singer’s two emotional versions of herself. Each side wrestles to become dominant.
I imagine it’s the side that’s strong, flexible, and can cope with trauma, versus the side that’s negative and fragile… The music video is equally as powerful – but has been rather controversial.
This concept of dominance is portrayed by Shia LaBeouf and 12-year-old Maddie Ziegler through dance. It is directed by Sia and Daniel Askill, and choreographed by Ryan Heffington… Continue reading
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This is such an amazing video!
The choreography is spectacular, the costumes are awesome and the four and a half minute video is all done in one shot. Gorgeous!
My dad actually pointed this out to me because he likes the song (which was written and recorded within an hour and a half), but the video is twice as cool.
Kiesza danced in this despite having a broken rib! She said she couldn’t move for a month after shooting it.
Kiesza’s brother shot the video in Brooklyn, and it was choreographed by Ljuba Castot. It received an MTV Music Award nomination for best choreography.
Check it out! It’s very 90s… Continue reading
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This is a song by the German band named My Secret Island. I was going to call them a goth-rock band based upon their latest single: What Was Yesterday because of their zombie-themed music video and heavy guitars.
However, looking through their back catalogue I found a fantastic range of genres including a cover of T. Roe’s Sheila from the 1960s and a more upbeat electro-rock sounding song named Evil Fire.
What Was Yesterday is a rock song with a well done music video portraying a sort of Frankenstein-zombie apocalypse story. It’s awesome to see a band take as much time with their music videos as they do with their songs.
If you isolate each component of this song you will get the essence of this genre mash-up.
The drumming reminds me of… Continue reading
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