Bogan Via, Anthony Fama, and Emby Alexander Drop New Videos. Watch Them Here
A scene from Bogan Via's "Kanye"
Phoenix doesn't just boast talented music makers, we also got this cool seraglio of directors. And when you combine the two, you get the kind of music vid that's worthy of all your indie cred.
Cash it in right here with three kickass, locally produced music videos.
Bogan Via - "Kanye"
A certain Mr. West's narcissism is making all the headlines these days, but is his new album, Yeezus, so important you'd steal and even murder for it? In Bogan Via's newest video, directed by Freddie Paull, that's exactly the case.
Paull came up with the whole concept, wherein the indie couple slash hipster synth popstars Bret Bender and Madeline Miller behaved as actors with just a sprinkle of input, according to Bender.
"It was Freddie's interpretation of what he felt when listening to the song, which was certainly very different than the conclusions we had drawn," Bender says. "But that's kinda the beauty of all art. Everybody takes from it what they want. We're just happy people are getting something from it at all."
Paull also did the video for "Red Sun," a mashup cover of Sam the Sham's "Little Red Riding Hood" and The Animals' "House of the Rising Sun."