Golden Gate Bridge Music of the Day

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The Golden Gate Bridge has a music video, now that it's turning 75.

The song: made out of sounds the bridge actually makes. What a diva.

[laughingsquid]

Music Video of the Day

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Earning top honors in the "Wait For It..." category, the video for the title track of The Aikiu's "Pieces Of Gold."

Coming soon -- the Not Safe For Work version!

[thanks, heidi!]

Stop-Motion Music Video of the Day

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Made with more than 500 Sydney girls holding one iPad, this stop-motion music video looks like serious work -- once the music video has been filmed, it's not even halfway done.

[petapixel]

Music Video of the Day

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The new Zac Brown Band video for "The Wind" is directed by Mike Judge -- which means a big game-hunting robot in the deep South gets the Beavis and Butthead treatment.

[cartoonbrew]

Music Video of the Day

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A$AP Rocky's black JFK shakes up Jackie O's WASP-y wonderland in Lana Del Rey's latest effort.

[deathandtaxes]

Music Video of the Day

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Indie-pop pair Matt & Kim earned the Breakthrough Music Video MTV award in 2009 for "Lessons Learned," their simple-yet-brilliant walk-and-strip in Times Square.

Their new vid, for "Let's Go," is styled in a similarly simple fashion, this time around the skills of Pat the Roc, "the world's greatest ball handler."

[death+taxes]

Music Video of the Day

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The title track from Beirut's 2011 album The Rip Tide finally gets the video it deserves, from director Houmam Abdallah.

Zach Condon elaborates:

I always felt that "The Rip Tide" wasn't fully able to project its own ambitions in song form.. no matter how it was performed or recorded, it felt contained by sound alone… I wanted more, as I often do with my music, and this is not a bad thing. Growing to accept a song's limits is part of the process of creating and loving them. Which was why I was so excited to see what Houmam had dug into when he picked "The Rip Tide" out of all others for a video. The concept fit, and the product brought the song somewhere that I had only been able to describe to myself, now available for others to see and feel it much more as I had in the process of writing it.

[pitchfork]