On Sunday, the YouTube Music Awards came into existence as an exciting, new way of talking about shit we saw on YouTube. As was expected, all the night's biggest music awards went to "guy whose acoustic cover is for some reason showing up listed higher than the actual song you're looking for." But more relevantly, director Spike Jonze and Arcade Fire teamed up again for a music video staged live at the event. It involves indie darling Greta Gerwig dancing around carefree, because beyond being our new Parker Posey, she is also our new Christopher Walken.
Just when you thought no one understood 15-year-old you, Spike Jonze has come to save the day, giving the popular "the suburbs are totally a police state" teenage mindset a literal interpretation in his new video for the Arcade Fire. Per usual, Jonze gives it all his naturalist... / Continue →
"The Suburbs" music video was just the beginning for Arcade Fire-Spike Jonze suburban police state-themed collaborative filmmaking. In May, a half-hour, extended version of the video will be released on DVD, giving you a full sitcom-worth of Pitchfork-approved entertainment, st... / Continue →
Or at least co-doing music videos like this one: LCD Soundsystem's "Drunk Girls", directed by Jonze and LCD frontman James Murphy. It's basically a performance taking place in a twee-er Clockwork Orange, with more homemade panda costumes and less penis sculpture assault.... / Continue →