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San Francisco-based indie band Wildlife Control has a very cool sound. The band made this creative music video for their song “Analog or Digital” using both time-lapes and stop-motion techniques which I felt was more than worth the mention since it looked pro to me. They spent a day on at Ocean Beach in SF taking 3,060 individual photographs. Using the fast playback makes the world around them pass in time-lapse, which for a tiny budget the video rocks. Their synchronized movements cause them to move around like stop-motion claymation figures which bands like tool and many others use to this day. It’s definitely not They had to play the song slowed down 35x to make the video effect the way it did so bravo to the band for an A+ Video effort!
About the bands sound, to me wildlife control is a throw back band laying out a solid chill beat layered with smooth vocal melodies. I'm always searching for bands online and stumbled upon this group. I don't know how big or small their following is and my search online produced little. I can tell when a band works on their sound and works hard to stand out and I felt that with this band. I hope they contact us and work more with our site in the future. I'm addicted to listening to new music. When I'm not writing music, playing music, I'm listening or writing about so I must be a music junkie! Hope you dig this band if so drop them a line and let them know where you found them!
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Update! We have been contacted by this band's manager Meg! Big hello! They are really cool and We hope and pray to learn more and provide updates and new releases as soon as we can! We think the world of this band and their talent for they encompass what the stage is all about and why we created this site in the first place!
In their words,
Official music video for "Analog or Digital." We created it by combining time lapse with stop motion. It was filmed over the course of an entire day in a single continuous take at San Francisco's Ocean Beach.
Huge thanks to Ben Andersen for being the most helpful person ever. And for having mad sandcastle building skills.
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