Check out the full length version of the extremely awesome new video from The Beastie Boys for their newest single off their latest Hot Sauce Committee Part Two "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" featuring Santigold. The action packed, action figures video reunites the NY trio with "Sabotage" director Spike Jonze and also features a short preview of Ed Banger's SebastiAn remix during one of the action scenes, which sounds pretty sweet. Check out the full video in the player above.
Spike Jonze and the Beastie Boys have reunited once more for the first time since 1998 when they worked together on their track "Root Down Version 2" not to mention the video for 1994's "Sabotage" (1994?!?!). The video is set to be made for the song "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" which features Santigold and it the recent release of Hot Sauce Committee Part Two. The video will be an action packed "short and epic length video" as the band put it on their blog, going on to reiterate that they're "ACTION figures, NOT dolls!". We've seen what Spike can do recently with the magic of Arcade Fire for backing music in the deluxe re-issue of The Suburbs, so let's see what he does with the and take a look at the picture above for a sneak peek into what we're in for. I'm intrigued to say the least.
No concrete date for the release of the video let alone the single but watch this space as we'll let you know as and when we can.
Scenes From The Suburbs, Spike Jonze's companion short film to his music video for Arcade Fire's "The Suburbs," now has an official trailer. The film is set to premiere this week at South by Southwest's film festival, so watch the trailer after the jump, sit back, and enjoy! And remember, licking a car window may not be the most sanitary thing to do.
Check out legendary director Spike Jonze short film about robotic love, I’m Here at the film's website. The film's soundtrack features awesome music by Animal Collective, Girls, of Montreal and Sleigh Bells and some new music from the Lost Trees aka Yeah Yeah Yeah's Nick Zinner, Flea, and L.A. artist ASKA. The official release for the soundtrack is set for October 5th via Chocolate Industries but you can preview two of film's tracks by The Lost Trees below. Enjoy!