Music Video of the Day: Death No More by IC3PEAK (2018, dir by Nick and Nastya)

Some things that just have to be seen because they really can’t be described.  That’s certainly the case with today’s music video from the day.

Coming from Russia, it’s IC3PEAK with the sublimely creepy music video for Death No More!


Music Video Of The Day: We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together by Taylor Swift (2012, dir by Declan Whitebloom)

This is a fun video and a fun song, which is why I picked it for today.  I always think it’s a good idea to start the day after any election with something positive.

(Of course, not everyone agrees.  I made the mistake of selecting Everything Is Awesome for my song of the day for November 9th, 2016 and there are people who still refuse to talk to me as a result.  Even though I like picked and scheduled the song way back in October and I had absolutely no way of knowing that it was going to be the first thing those people would see the morning after Donald Trump was elected president.  Anyway….)

(Seriously, I always tell people not to read too much into the songs and the music videos that I pick.)

The plot here is that Taylor is never ever getting back together with her ex, who is played by Noah Mills.  Personally, I always thought that was wishful thinking on her part.  You always get back together at least a handful of time before a breakup really becomes official.

Anyway, enjoy!


Music Video of the Day: The Business of Emotion by Big Data featuring White Sea (2015, dir by ????)

Eventually, all words will be replaced by emojis.

Hopefully, it won’t be as bad as The Emoji Movie.

This song is from Big Data, who put on a great show at the House of Blues in Dallas last week!


Music Video of the Day: Dreamin’ by ADI featuring KDC (2015, dir by Shir Rosenthal and Adi Ulmansky)

For today’s music video of the day, we have more from Adi Ulmansky.

The video switches between shots Adi defiantly performing and shots of Adi defiantly walking down the streets of Tel Aviv.  The important thing to remember here is defiance.  This song, which features the American rapped KDC, was produced by Austin’s own Eric Dingus.


Music Video Of The Day: Adi Ulmansky — Gurl Powa (2013, dir by Adi Ulmansky and Nir Perry)

My BFF Evelyn and I absolutely love Adi Ulmansky so I figured what better way to start a new month than with one of her videos?

What’s going on this video?  I’m not really sure.  Obviously, Adi’s in an arcade but what’s going on with the dancing bear?  It’s probably best not to question too much.  The important thing is that everyone appears to be having a good time and that this song appears on an album called Shit Just Got Real.