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See me, hear me…

February 1, 2009

This BBC article looks at the rise of DIY music television and the possibilities offered by the rise of Vimeo and YouTube.

There really is no excuse for artists not to create their own videos and get them online; it’s another avenue to getting your music out there. Here’s a few of our early attempts. These were made with Windows Movie Maker and some images we’d previously used in some live shows and some footage taken in Istanbul on a mobile phone.

Law Bringer
Guru Rabbi Teacher
Gulshan I Raz (The Rose Garden of Mystery)

The very fine work of Indie Ghetto, the first video creators mentioned in the BBC article, may be seen here: Indie Ghetto

Indie Ghetto turn up wherever a band are playing, equipped with a £300 camera and a roll of green cloth. They then superimpose the performers (usually indie bands) on a picture of the Bronx as they perform unlikely hip-hop cover versions. Genius!

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