Tag Archives: Michel Gondry

New worlds within our own

How can we sometimes be so wrong?

It is fascinating to see how much our perceptions of the world are biased. The inexistance of a neutral reality is something quite painful to be realized. Let us then use the pain to free us from our own misconceptions and maybe even learn to be more open and just see what happens without overanalyzing life.

Deep, isn’t it?

At moments like these, I thank the higher powers of the universe for creative minds such as Michel Gondry‘s:

New worlds to be seen.

Let Pop IN

Although I am very much into unusual, surprisingly complex melodies and charged lyrics, I do have quite a taste for pop music.

The reasons for this are manifold: it’s joyful, it’s sticky, it’s unpretentious. Who can resist?

So, to put aside any prejudices guided by intellectual choices, here are some of my all-time favorite videos for pop music:

Besides being a great song, the video for Vogue is full of references to fashion, film and photography icons AND it has great choreography.

Telephone is an instant classic. It has a story, great moves, outrageous outfits and it is plain bold. Love it, love it, love it.

I basically love everything Michel Gondry sets his mind to do, but this video Come Into My World is even greater, for it shows that great geniuses can join big sellers and still be challenging.

One of the first videos to use supermodels, Freedom 90 has always made me wanna hit the dancefloor and just be happy and carefree.

For its simplicity, its beauty, its dance, Single Ladies is one of the top pop videos of the solar system. Unparalleled.

Let your armor down and let pop sink in.

Justin is the best male pop performer of all time. And he’s cool, stylish and really good looking in an un-obvious way.