Monday, December 06, 2010

Video: Neon Indian



Via IFC.com:
"For his latest trip, Neon Indian's Alan Palomo, sought out a forgotten pre-computer age analog technology with the help of electronics wizards Lars Larson and Edward Leckie. Together, they created this video for "Mind Drips," in which a girl slips into a hole in her bed with her big psychedelic teddy bear. After falling through some ether of oscillating waves and colors, she plummets back through her ceiling, presumably caught in some melty euphoria for eternity.That's not the crazy wizard part though. These effects were achieved using a device invented by Larson and Leckie called the LZX Visionary -- an analog video synthesizer that manipulates images in the same way an audio synthesizer does for sound."

7 comments:

racerX said...

dope ass remix, the chorus is super funky.

westinfield44 said...

always loved this song, the remix is tight 2.

Mr. Curiosity said...

Yeah I've been jamming the shit out of this remix

amberLEE89 said...

finally more yello squares stuff!! more ppl need to blog about this kid, me and my friends were blaring this out of my car in san fran this wknd. this remix is so killer!

mattybird said...

thats damn groovy. can we download?

Mr. Curiosity said...

Yep, just right click & save as

taylor5768 said...

dude, this band is tight, you need to post more from them. i am loving this remix.