Posts tagged "Ninian Doff"

The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

Earlier today, I posted a bigass list of my favorite music videos of the year. That should honestly be enough to keep your optic nerves crammed full for the day. But if you're done with it, or you're somehow low on viewing options this weekend, please note that plenty of other good music video… More »

By: Tom Breihan / June 7, 2013

Mykki Blanco – “Initiation” Video

Los Angeles's financially beleaguered Museum of Contemporary Art seems to be pulling through, at least on the endowment front, and the parting clouds of economic hardship are dovetailing with this deft commission: MOCA had Mykki Blanco make a video for "Initiation," the second single from the Betty Rubble: The Initiation EP. Directed by… More »

By: Amrit Singh / June 5, 2013

Darwin Deez – “Free (The Editorial Me)” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

In Darwin Deez's video for his fired-up fuzz-pop anthem "Free (The Editorial Me)," Deez plays a slacker bodega clerk who realizes he's trapped in some kind of momentary Groundhog Day time-vortex. When he tries to break out of it, things get weird. Ninian Doff directs, and it's a supremely lo-fi, low-stakes version of Looper. More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 26, 2012

JJ DOOM – “Guv’nor” Video

This week, JJ DOOM, the duo of DOOM and producer Jneiro Jarel, released their debut album Key To The Kuffs. And now the single "Guv'nor" gets a video, from director Ninian Doff, that does weird optical-illusion split-screen things with DOOM and his mask. DOOM doesn't usually appear on-camera in his videos, but… More »

By: Tom Breihan / August 23, 2012