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James Kelly: Burn It Down from Arbor Collective.

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Just because I love this song. Pretty cool video too.

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OK, so it’s neither Christmas or July but I’d thought I’d share this video my Netsight colleagues and myself shot the other day for shitz ‘n’ giggles, to accompany our little tune bemoaning the increasingly premature celebration of the festive season.

Make sure you don’t miss the acapella version over the rolling end credits.

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Slaves of the Rave from William Garratt on Vimeo.

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velvet underground – venus in furs (hansi trippy edit) by soulanddance

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Chet Faker: Gold

And the award for the best use of roller skates in a music video goes to…

Via The English Group.

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Taken from the fashion film series, Editing Kate, That’s How Much I Loved Him, directed by Younji Ku, uses archive footage from Knight’s editorial for Vogue Italia’s December 2010 issue.

Via SHOWstudio and Hypebeast.

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Juan Fontanive

Artist Juan Fontanive‘s kinetic sculptures also happen to be beautifully illustrated, mechanical flip books.

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These boots are made for walkin'

Nancy Sinatra performing These Boots Are Made For Walkin’, 1966.

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“Take Five”, recorded at Sachal Studios, Lahore, Pakistan.

Via Mid-Century Modern Freak.

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