- Last Record: 2012-12-10 08:07:56 -0800
- Joined: Aug 07, 2010
So this is my first album of ReRecommendations since I joined.
I went back to my Recommendations since August and selected the ones that I liked the most or that spoke to me in some way.
1. Number 1 just had to be Wirrows Video "And a new earth". It must have been one of the first Records that I saw but I just love it so much. Everything about it is so brilliant, the text, the music that gets more and more chaotic, the relatively simple video that creates such a big effect. When I saw this video, I knew that this is something I want to try to be a part of. That's why it had to be my number 1
2. Marble Infinity by Shadow88Storm, which seems to have recently been re-named. I just think this must be one of the nicest photos I have seen here. I like the focus on the marble and the way there seems to be a whole world of it's own in there.
3. DandeLion: I just love this video. First, I just think this playing with the word is brilliant. Making the Dandelion to a DandeLion that looses its mane... Additionally, there is such a kind of melancholy in the story that is well represented by the music and the reading. Just beautiful!
4. The tiny story "Long distance relationship" is just so beautiful. Maybe it spoke to me because I know the agony of a long distance relationship ;-)
5. Shooting Star by Paperlillies. I guess I like this Record so much because of it's simplicity. The animation, the music. It is at the same time light-hearted and a bit sad. I like this combination.
6. The tiny story of the copy machine. I just love how this story tells so much in 10 words.
7. In "Je t'aime la lune" I like how different records were combined and create such a special atmosphere.
8. I love this cartoon Bubbles. I like how it is so simple but to the point. It captures a story that is so simple, yet has so much character in it somehow.
a sort of stream of consciousness-y thing ive been writing lately. i saw this timelapse vid today by bluebudgie and was really inspired to experiment with it. i understand how this might be seen as political or preachy or offensive.. but i honestly dont mean to be any of those things. it is directed at me more than anyone else. there's a lot of literary reference nod's in the text.
sub-point: the track is an instrumental version of everything is on fire