BUG 31

June 15th, 2012 by Mat Dolphin

To the uninitiated, BUG: The Evolution Of Music Video is an ongoing series of bi-monthly events at the BFI Southbank in London, celebrating global creativity in music video. The shows are hosted by Adam Buxton — the funny, petite, bearded half of Adam and Joe — and have become an essential forum for fans of music videos and aspiring film-makers alike. If we can get tickets we try and make it along each and every time, it’s that good. It’s not just about getting away from our desks though, Adam literally has everyone in stitches, and the music videos aren’t half bad either. It’s sound and vision at it’s best.

It’s normally a packed out event, so for those that couldn’t make it along, or for those that didn’t even know it existed, we’ve compiled all the videos shown at last nights event. Watch / listen — have them on in the background. There’s dubstep, there’s manga, there’s people jumping out of windows. Something for everyone. Just think of it as your Mat Dolphin Friday playlist.

We hope you like them, but let us know your favourite too…

Moones – Better Energy

alt-J (∆) Breezeblocks

Delta Heavy – Get By

Here We Go Magic – How Do I Know

Noisia – Could This Be

Tenacious D – Rize Of The Fenix

Lana Del Rey – Born To Die

Woodkid – Iron

Woodkid – Run Boy Run

IA – Nihonbashi Koukashita R Plan

The Hickey Underworld – The Frog

Die Antwoord – Baby’s On Fire

The Flaming Lips: Supermoon Made Me Want To Pee

For latest BUG news check out the site.

There’s also a night android/iPhone app here too — app designed by Neil Richards.

Thanks for reading and watching,

Tom and Phil.

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