Showing posts from December, 2020

SFF Music Video of the Week - #72

Merry Christmas! In the true spirit of the season 1 , here is a piece about the ravages of consumerism, with overtones of The Ring. Enjoy "Supermarket Riots" by Lupa J, from 2020.  1 - At least according to the great Tom Lehrer

SFF Music Video of the Week - #71

An obsessive love song this week, from 2000, from a Belgian band.  Featuring a woman in love with some sort of alien plant thing, and her friends(?) trying to re-establish contact. I'm really not sure what the message is here - the two of them seemed quite happy, but I can see that her obsessive cutting off from the world would make people seek to intervene.   So, for your speculations, here is "Mad About You", by Hooverphonic, from 2000.  

SFF Music Video of the Week - #70

Woo! 70 weeks in! A cautionary tale about dealing with psionic kids. Or, perhaps, a warning to the same about how you might get treated. And what is with moth-face near the end? I hope we find out soon! Apparently, this is the first part of a trilogy the artist is going to release. Maybe then we will learn more! Martin Baltser, from 2020 (and one of the few good things to come out of this dumpster fire of a year), with "Back Off You". 

SFF Music Video of the Week - #69

I've had this one sitting in my queue pretty much since day one, and I still don't know what to do with it. Some sort of digital zombie apocalypse or something? There is certainly a lot of backstory that is left unsaid in this video. Which, I suppose, is part of what makes it so compelling.  So, here to spark your speculations is Cat Power's 2012 track Cherokee.