Vote or Die: The Last VJ's Top 5 Videos of the Week
Welcome back to The Last VJ, music fans. It's another week seeking high and low, in and out and in an out throughout the world for the last vestiges of truly groundbreaking and amazing music videos. Which of the five this week shall stalk the night as the invincible sprit of vengeance and triumph, and which shall lie beaten, broken, and bloody on the dirty cement floor of the failure factory?
Your votes at the end will decide.
Dream Koala, "Odyssey"
A big round of applause to Dream Koala, who won the voting last week with a near-unanimous selection of votes and toppled Cut Copy from their No. 1 pedestal, despite the latter's use of a shirtless Alexander Skarsgaard as bait. The amazing apocalyptic vision enters a second round of voting this week, and we'll see if it has the power to hold strong.
REWIND: Last Week's Music Video Round-Up
Body Parts, "Desperation"
Body Parts brings a classic Duran Duran sort of vibe mixed with the modern playfulness of something like Hyperbubble, and the result is sheer pop goodness. They display that cinematically with an old-school white-walled video starring the lovely Daniele Watts. Watts comes to the duo for a series of medical experiments in artificial joy clubbing, and they drag her kicking and screaming through a host of manufactured emotions. Think of it as a more playful and less exhibitionist version of Alice Cooper's "Clones (We're All)". It's light fun.
More videos on the next page.