music video

  • OK Go lets printers do the dancing in new music video

    OK Go lets printers do the dancing in new music video

    The band OK Go is known for its insanely creative music videos. From scooters, to cars, to planes, to treadmills, these guys have perfected the art of unique choreography. But this time, the band is going for something a bit old school. In the new video for “Obsession”, OK Go has created a wall of 557 printers that are used as the backdrop for the band throughout the video. As… Read More

  • Music video AR app Blin.gy shuts down

    Music video AR app Blin.gy shuts down

    Blin.gy, the app that let users insert themselves into their favorite music videos, is shutting down. In a Medium post, co-founder and chief executive officer David Hyman wrote that the startup, which launched as Chosen three years ago and raised at least $10 million, decided to close up shop after a potential acquisition fell through. Read More

  • OOO is a camera toy that lets you play with zoom, make mini music videos

    OOO is a camera toy that lets you play with zoom, make mini music videos

    One of Snapchat’s more clever ideas was not its disappearing messages, but that the smartphone camera should be a toy. Along those same lines, but on a lesser scale, a new app called OOO is meant to be a fun, little camera toy that lets you play with your video. Instead of trying to help you craft the “perfect” shot, the app lets you rapidly zoom in and out on as quickly or… Read More

  • The future of interactive music is here, courtesy of Jeff Buckley

    The future of interactive music is here, courtesy of Jeff Buckley

    For his most recent cover of Bob Dylan’s Just Like a Woman, Jeff Buckley’s creative team has pulled out all the stops. Dropping today is an interactive music video with a gabazillion possible iterations for the viewer to explore, creating a unique listening experience every time. In Buckley’s new video, the listener can click on various panels of the video to change the story… Read More

  • YouTube Launches Its Long-Awaited Music App

    YouTube Launches Its Long-Awaited Music App

    You’ve probably been watching music videos on YouTube since its inception. The platform has also served as the go-to place for wannabe musicians to be found, but it’s never catered to that specific vertical. The team rolled out YouTube for gaming last month and today it is launching YouTube Music for iOS and Android. The enhanced, paid, experience is free during a 14-day trial. Read More

  • Vevo Confirms Rio Caraeff To Step Down As CEO This Year, CFO Alan Price Steps Up For The Interim

    Vevo Confirms Rio Caraeff To Step Down As CEO This Year, CFO Alan Price Steps Up For The Interim

    Music video streaming service Vevo today announced that Rio Caraeff is stepping down from his role as the CEO — formally confirming news that was reported twice this past weekend, first based on a leak, then based on a leaked memo from Caraeff to staff. This is a massive change to the company’s leadership: Caraeff has been running Vevo since 2009 — the year it was… Read More

  • Music Video Syncing Platform Vadio Raises $2M, Partners With VEVO

    Music Video Syncing Platform Vadio Raises $2M, Partners With VEVO

    Bryce Clemmer says more people are streaming music and visiting sites like YouTube to view music videos every year. To tap into this growing group, Clemmer co-founded Vadio, a platform that allows streaming music services such as Pandora, as well as terrestrial radio stations, the ability to sync a song’s music video for users to view. Read More

  • Concert Window, The Netflix For Live Concerts, Gives Fans A New, Mobile-Friendly Venue On The Web

    Concert Window, The Netflix For Live Concerts, Gives Fans A New, Mobile-Friendly Venue On The Web

    Back in February, we introduced you to EvntLive, a new startup backed by Silicon Valley veterans that’s on a mission to create a scalable platform for broadcasting live concerts, from arenas to small clubs, backed by a library of recorded shows, profiles and music info. Of course, a platform for live concerts isn’t exactly a new idea. In fact, it’s been floating around for… Read More

  • First music video made on an iPhone

      GOSHone has made what he claims is the world’s first music video shot on an iPhone. He used iPhone video program, Cycorder, on a jailbroken iPhone and edited it in Adobe After Effects.  Read More