The music came first and the short animation followed it. Cosmo is designed so that you can press pause at any time and admire one of the 24 images in the graphic space journey. Gabriel Aldama (artistic director) and Pierre-Guilhem Roudet (Motion designer) use 2d & 3d techniques in this sci-fi retro adventure.
Self-made success Lindsey Stirling is getting increasingly ambitious with her violin videos. I think they work. I think she’s a knack for it. She certainly knows how to please her geeky audience. The video for Heist is everything an 80s music video would dream of being.
The official trailer for Legend of the Lich Lord, a LARP-style adventure from One Hit Dice inspired Geek Native to call out this Lich problem t-shirt. It turns out the parody bug is catchy. From One Hit Dice themselves, vocals by Emily Renner Wallace, lyrics by Keith Donaldson and with the assistance of the Calgary […]
It’s the famous Star Wars opening theme with a rock twist. The band even have a Facebook page at @Galatic Empire Official with nearly 45,000 followers, some extra photos and posts to catch up on. Would you put Boba Fett on the drums? Makes more sense than asking the Stormtrooper to do it, I suppose… […]
Have you ever accused someone of not being a “proper geek”? If so; you may not like what you’re about to see in The Orc Dance below. Or did you love it? You can download the song from iTunes. The recap is pretty surreal. There’s an orc pack chasing some rangers through the woods. One […]
The day Vader and Boba Fett team up to disguise their dark side Force powers as electro is the day the Rebels should give up.
If you like this Fallout 4 song by Miracle of Sound you can download it from bandcamp, Amazon or iTunes. What we have here is a gentle harmony about the end of the world. Boom. The game is due out in about 2 months and you can pre-order on Amazon. (Via Geeks are Sexy)
Think you know your elements? You should listen to Marian Call’s “The Elements, Expanded” for a geeky catch up Fun Singles in Your Area by Marian Call I love what Call has done here, taking Tom Lehrer’s classic and adding loads of geek goodness. You can buy her full album for not very much money.
There’s nearly 4 million people subscribed to The Piano Guy’s YouTube channel and at the time of writing nearly 2 million have watched this video. Despite being a more relaxed version of John William’s now iconic tune this piece really takes me back. The video is set in Crawdad Canyon and you may get to […]
This is the official music video for Calvin Cardioid’s “Everything to Me”. It’s featured here on Geek Native for the sci-fi animation care of Phillipp Feigenbutz. The animation uses markerless motion capture from iPi Soft. Pretty neat stuff.