David Lynch: "Crazy Clown Time"

Music // Wednesday, April 04, 2012
It is never going to be straight-forward or even partially sane when it comes from the visionary mind of filmmaker turned musician David Lynch. His new track, "Crazy Clown Time," features a self-directed music video from the legendary artist, and in a one word, we have to say... interesting.

ARYZ for Aesop Rock "Skelethon" Album Cover

Music // Thursday, March 29, 2012
Our good friend, hip-hop artist and contributor to Juxtapoz, Aesop Rock, is set to release a new album, Skelethon, on July 10, 2012. For the occasion, he enlisted Spanish artist, ARYZ, to do the album's cover. See it big after the jump . . .

Juxtapoz Presents: "The Science of Imaginary Solutions"—The Making of a Music Video

Music // Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Mark Whalen (featured in the January 2012 issue) had his signature characters featured in a brilliant animated music video for Autolux's track, "The Science of Imaginary Solutions." We are here to present a behind the scenes look at the making of Autolux's music video based on artwork of Mark Whalen, with direction by designer and animator, Thomas McMahan.

Gorillaz in CGI for "DoYaThing" Video

Music // Thursday, March 01, 2012
Coinciding with the Gorillaz x Converse Collection, the successful music/animation project  Gorillaz is back with a new video featuring the animated characters with CGI effects. The track also features former LCD Soundsystem-er James Murphy and Andre 3000 from Outkast.

Photography and Album Covers by Neil Krug

Music // Tuesday, February 28, 2012
We have always been huge fans of photographer Neil Krug's photography and filmmaking, which we have always thought of as a neo-psychedelic sexual revolution, apocalyptic, Fear and Loathing in the Desert, lost roll of film and now developed 40 years kind of an experience. Maybe that is what it is.

A Tribute to Sexy Album Covers (NSFW)

Music // Tuesday, January 31, 2012
It is important to pay homage, to honor and respect those that have gone above and beyond... to the tragically sexy. Over the course of time, album covers have supplied a surface for the musically inclined to express a visual erotica that can go hand in hand with their tracks. So on this very Tuesday, we present you with the Sexiest Album Covers we know.

Wilco Brings Out First Popeye Illustration in 30 Years w/"Dawned On Me"

Music // Thursday, January 26, 2012
Chicago-based rock/pop/alt-country mainstays Wilco recently teamed up with director Darren Romanelli on a video for the track, "Dawned On Me" off of Wilco's grammy-nominated The Whole Love. Why this pertains to us? The video was made in collaboration with King Features and contains the first hand-drawn Popeye cartoon in more than 30 years. Watch after the jump . . .

Tim Biskup Animates Mastodon's "Dry Bone Valley" Video

Music // Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Tim Biskup, longtime alumnist of Juxtapoz Magazine (we last saw him DJing Mark Ryden's book release party at Art Basel), just animated a music video for Mastodon's new single, "Dry Bone Valley." If you happen to like loud music early in the morning, may we suggest turning the volume up on any device or computer you are about to watch this video on?

LEGOS as Album Cover Art by Aaron Savage

Music // Thursday, January 19, 2012
You know we love a good LEGO art project, and we are really enjoying Aaron Savage's collection of famous album covers reimagined in LEGOS. We never thought Bowie, Pink Floyd, Saturday Night Fever or the Smiths would looks so good in LEGOS. Can you guess most of the covers? Plenty after the jump . . .

Music Video: Jay Howell and Jim Dirschberger for Trash Talk

Music // Tuesday, January 10, 2012
We saw Trash Talk play a few weeks back at sister publication, Thrasher's Skater of the Year party. It was loud. In a healthy, bleeding ears sort of way. Juxtapoz friend Jay Howell and Jim Dirschberger just animated, art directed, and illustrated this music video for said Trash Talk band the track, "Slander." Enjoy after the jump . . .

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