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Top 10 Videos of the Week (5/17)

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    staticcloudf Top 10 Videos of the Week (5/17)

    “A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.” -Willy Wonka

    Bear in Heaven – “Sinful Nature”

    Pretty Woman probably isn’t too many people’s go-to movie to watch while tripping. That didn’t stop Bear in Heaven in their latest music video, in which they give Julia Roberts and Richard Gere a weird and psychedelic reinterpretation.

    Darkside – “A1″

    Ever watch Star Wars and wonder what those pesky Sand People do when they’re not terrorizing Luke and Obi Wan? Darkside has got you covered. Spoiler alert: Involves a lot of walking around the desert.

    Death Grips – “Hustle Bones”

    Well, I guess that’s one way to launder money.

    Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros – “Mother”

    Sure Mother’s Day was last week, but the guys in Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros don’t need an excuse to celebrate the woman who gave them life.

    Florence and the Machine – “Breath of Life”

    As if the upcoming summer blockbuster, Snow White and the Huntsman, didn’t already look epic enough, Flo manages to cram in a little more with the help of a huge backing choir. What else could possibly be the soundtrack for Charlize Theron bathing in a pool of milk?

    Friends – “Mind Control”

    The creators of the next James Bond film need look no further for the next Bond villain. The creepy robots from this video not only have video cameras for heads, but they also specialize in mind control.

    Grimes – “Nightmusic”

    With Claire Boucher (a.k.a. Grimes) as the Mother Nature-esque puppet master, a gathering of naked forest dwellers wander aimlessly through the trees at dusk. Too bad the kids from The Blair With Project didn’t run into these guys out in the woods, it probably would have made for a more interesting movie.

    Neil Young and Crazy Horse – “Jesus’ Chariot”

    The latest video from the recently reunited Neil Young and Crazy Horse features footage from D.W. Griffith’s controversial, highly racist film, Birth of a Nation. 

    Simian Mobile Disco – “Pareidolia”

    In their new video, Simian Mobile Disco unleash a laser light show that would even make Dark Side of the Moon-era Pink Floyd jealous.

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