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Beginning to Feel – by Warm

The opening song on the album COLONIZE by WARM: “Beginning to Feel” I highly recommend giving the album a listen, especially if you’re into Boards of Canada or Trent Reznor’s soundtracks.

Please support Warm at: http://www.warmtunes.bandcamp.com/

I used video from the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center

Hiatus – by Warm

The song “Hiatus” by Warm from the album Colonize. This song made me nostalgic for childhood, so I found a video with the feel and color scheme to match that mood. This artist is a really under-appreciated gem.

A Gone Girl – Warm

A Gone Girl by Warm, from the album Colonize. Inspired by the Gone Girl soundtrack by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross.

Counting The Seconds – Warm

“Counting The Seconds” by Warm, from the album Colonize.

White Cyclosa – by Boards of Canada (CIALYN cover and fan made music video)

Cialyn’s fantastic cover of White Cyclosa by Boards of Canada. I listened to this cover on repeat for a few days, and then attempted a video of what it made me feel and see. Footage is from an old educational documentary from the 70s.

Buy Boards of Canada discography here: http://boardsofcanada.com

Listen to and buy Cailyn’s discography here: https://cialyn.bandcamp.com/album/a-night-of-a-short-wave-listener

The Downward Spiral – by Nine Inch Nails

Footage is taken from Jan Svankmajer’s movie Alice (1988) and a few of his other works. I’d highly recommend Alice if you’re into the macabre! Music is The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails.

Back in Secret Garden – by CIALYN

My fan made music video for “Back in the Secret Garden” from Cialyn’s album A Night of a Short Wave Listener. I created this video using various 8mm footage I found across the net. Listen and buy here: https://cialyn.bandcamp.com/album/a-night-of-a-short-wave-listener

35 Ghosts IV – by Nine Inch Nails

Here’s a music video I made to NIN’s 35 Ghosts many moons ago. I used various videos of microscopic organisms. I do not own this song. Thanks to Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails for the awesome song.