Originally, “Inside Out” was just this piano and vocal song, which was great, but I wanted it to have a little bit more to it and not just be some kind of silly ballad. I said to Jim, “Why don’t we do it like a Dr. Dre song?” I was obsessed with Dr. Dre’s 2001 album and I wanted to do something like that. 2001 is a great-sounding record. There are so many great tunes on it. It’s got a hell of an attitude.
Spoon teams up with director Hiro Murai on the song “Do You” off Spoon’s new album They Want My Soul. Lead singer Britt Daniel and Murai talked to us about the making of the video in an exclusive interview here.
Bringing fresh energy to motion comics -animating panels as vibrantly dead as any Romero classic- Daniel Kanemoto’s fan-made title sequence for AMC’s new series The Walking Dead gives new form and perspective to the work of an impressive string of creatives. The original comic was given life by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard from issue #7.
The infinite regress found in the hunt of our ghoulish selves found in source material this good should allow for deeper exploration into the allure of the walking dead.