Here is a music video I made for Gong, a crazy psychedelic band I grew up listening to back in the grey world of the 1980s. The track is called “Occupy”, and the video covers 13.8 billion years of capitalism, using whatever loose change I happened to have in my pocket.
‘Occupy’ is taken from ‘I See You’, the current studio album from Gong, released on Madfish
Daevid Allen: bi-focal local vocals n gliss
Orlando Allen: beat/crash/kick
Dave Sturt: bass & invisible operas
Kavus Torabi: crunchbox & scythe guitar
Fabio Golfetti: winged guitars/glissando
Ian East: sax
Produced by Orlando Allen with Daevid Allen and Dave Sturt
Composed by Daevid Allen, Dave Sturt and Ian East
A music video for Flying Lotus, for this I teamed up with friend and illustrator Sarah Brown (who I previously worked with on Meow and the Counting Song). She made the robots and I made them go horrible.
If you like the robots you can find some gifs here:
and here’s a desktop sized mechanical maggot for your viewing pleasure:
This is a music video I made for the band El Ten Eleven. It was inspired by the place where I currently live: the middle of nowhere. All there is to look at around here are trees and leaves, so I decided to try and make them more interesting.