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November videos, Pt. 2

David Myles throws a party for a retirement home while playing his charming folk-pop tune “When It Comes My Turn.” I guarantee you at least one smile in watching this.

Vacationer’s “Paradise Waiting” clip is pure joy: people in a roller skating dance party in Central Park just doing their thing for the love of it. It’s like the visual representation of the song (which is, of course, what many videos aspire to). Total gold.

Adir L.C.’s clip for “Dinosaurs” is hilarious, particularly in one section with a dancing dinosaur. I won’t ruin the shot for you, but it’s just a riot. Way fun.

I can’t help but laugh and smile while watching this anthropomorphic, goofy-in-the-best-way video.

Sometimes you write a song about your dog, and you get a bunch of dogs to be in the video for it. Perfect, really.

November Videos, Pt 1

Wrestling is having its indie rock moment, what with The Mountain Goats’ Beat the Champ coming out this year and now this excellent video for Patrick Sweany’s “First of the Week” about what it’s actually like to be a small-time wrestler.

Gracie and Rachel’s “Tiptoe” is a gorgeous black-and-white clip that shows off remarkably beautiful tandem dancing.

Briana Marela’s clip for “Dani” is achingly beautiful, as a woman doing incredible aerial silk acrobatics matches the gentle-yet-intense vibe of the song.

Wonky Tonk’s “Denmark” floated by so pleasantly that I hardly knew it was over when we got there. Just a lovely clip.

I’m pretty sure Ben Maggs’ clip for “The Storm” is a metaphor for the artistic process. Either way, the location and set are great.

Adir L.C.’s clip for “Buyer’s Instinct” is an unusual performance video, as he situates himself in front of tons of different graffiti to sing his tune. It’s surprisingly compelling.