New Zealander Dylan Pharazyn continues his run of intriguing and atmospheric videos for Die! Die! Die! with this strobtastic mystery.
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Cult New Zealand band Die! Die! Die! have continued their collaboration with film-maker and artist Dylan Pharazyn to create the video for their new release (I Love How You) Listen To The Radio.
A deeply surreal and melancholic clip from New Zealand director Simon Ward sees ultra-shiny renders of humans wander listlessly around what appears to be predominantly the forecourt of an office block.
Dylan Pharazyn has directed this short and impactful video for Kiwi noiseniks Die! Die! Die!'s Dark Arrow in Kiev, Ukraine, which sees a young girl walking through an abandoned industrial park, confronted by her alter-ego - a 'performing' version of herself.
In Dylan Pharazyn's video for punk trio Die! Die! Die!'s Out Of Mind, two friends explore the outskirts of a desolate, middle-of-nowhere New Zealand town, as last night's drugs begin to wear off. And then we start to realise that things are not quite what they seem.
Auckland-based directing duo THUNDERLIPS have been one of our favourite discoveries this year. In fact Sean Wallace and Jordan Dodson have been making very cool videos for a couple of years, for New Zealand artists such as multi-instrumentalist Sheep, Dog & Wolf, indie pop band The Eversons, and rapper and pop-culture afficionado LarzRanda.
Auckland-based directing duo THUNDERLIPS - that’s Sean Wallace and Jordan Dodson – first collaborated with young mulitinstrumentalist and composer Daniel McBride, aka Sheep, Dog & Wolf, a few months ago on his video for Glare, a captivating piece that sees McBride trying to evade a particularly epic, f
New Zealand artists Kody Nielson aka Silicon's debut track, a mellow, futuristic disco number, has been paired with this curious video by Sam Peacocke, following a strange robotic character with glowing pixel-like blue eyes.