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The 1st Annual Austin Music Video Festival is happening! Check out our events and plan your weekend schedule here.
Saturday, September 19 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
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Featuring comical and campy music videos that may or may not have stemmed from stems. 

Jinx McGee "All the Dirty Things" Directed by: Taylor Powell
Capyac "Mamma Never Told" Directed by: Meredith McCarty
Total Unicorn "Mini Knee" Directed by: Stephen Fishman
Whitman "NW Thurman" Directed by: Bradley Montesi
Sweet Spirit "Baby Doll" Directed by: John Valley
Whiskey Shivers "Free" Directed by: Rob Wadleigh
Netherfriends "Smoke A Little Tree" Directed by: Aaron Brown
Mayeux & Broussard "Stoned & Broke Down" Directed by: James Moritz 
Croy and the Boys "Won't You Just Wish Me Luck" Directed by: Tina Rivera

Jinx McGee "All the Dirty Things" Directed by: Taylor Powell
"All The Dirty Things" is a chocolaty whirlwind of sexuality. It was directors Taylor Powell and John McGee's first attempt at the art of green screen, and it was inspired by musical legends such as R. Kelly and Al Green.
Capyac "Mamma Never Told" Directed by: Meredith McCarty

When I heard this song for the first time, the trap-like ode to cupcakes definitely inspired me to create an equally sweet video. I costumed CAPYAC for their live performances for a while, and therefore had a lot of costume pieces that made it easy to style the shoot in a very playfully Lisa frank all grown up sort of way. All the people involved in the video showed up with wigs and great senses of humor. The only initial idea for the video was that I wanted to have shots of people sensually eating cupcakes as well as having cupcakes smeared on their face. Thankfully I have friends who are happy and willing to do that sort of thing. The shoot took about 5 hours of continuous shooting with at most 1 other person helping me with setting up shots, etc. The budget for this music video was $30, which covered cupcake ingredients, a lot of sprinkles, one lollipop, and a smiley face balloon.
Total Unicorn "Mini Knee" Directed by: Stephen Fishman
It's a video of a performance of a video performance. Full of dirt and night and robes. 

Mini Knee reduces inflammation of the ka-neee.

Your first born is made of two bones.
Whitman "NW Thurman" Directed by: Bradley Montesi
There is a service you can call that will send a man dressed as a bunny rabbit to your door. Lonely? He'll be an ear to listen. Sad? He'll be a furry shoulder to cry on. Want to binge watch the entire series of "House of Cards"? Well let's not get carried away. Best friend or roleplaying your worst enemy, he'll be what you want him to be for as long as you have him booked . Go ahead, give Fuzzy Love, Inc. a call today...
Sweet Spirit "Baby Doll" Directed by: John Valley
A flamboyant kidnapper performs the hit single 'Baby Doll' by Austin, TX's Pop-Rock super band Sweet Spirit. He gives an electric performance to his "captivated" fans!
Whiskey Shivers "Free" Directed by: Rob Wadleigh
Shot in between shows in July of 2014 in LA and Mammoth Lakes in front of a portable green screen with costumes largely thrown together with what he band had lying around back home. 
We filmed wherever we wanted. Nobody knew what was going on.
Mayeux & Broussard "Stoned & Broke Down" Directed by: James Moritz 
Them good ol' boys are gettin' groovy drinking their special tea before heading out for their show. When their van won't start and with all of their phones useless they draw dominos to determine who will be the one to take the walk. As the drugs take hold the boys slowly lose their grip on reality...
Croy and the Boys "Won't You Just Wish Me Luck" Directed by: Tina Rivera
The song, "Won't You Just Wish Me Luck" is a classic heartbreak song. And like most classic heartbreak songs, it's told by the heartbroken. And like most stories, it favors the side of the narrator. So here we have one more cold hearted woman tearing down one more good man who just wants to love and be loved. Well, there are two sides to every story and so we decided that as we retold the events of the song in the video, we'd do what we could to shake up who exactly it is to blame. By the end, it's not clear whether the antagonist is the person described by the song or the person before you in the video. 


Saturday September 19, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
The North Door 502 Brushy St, Austin, TX 78702

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