December 2, 2010

AwkwardSound Presents: The Best Music Videos of 2010

An original combination of cutting-edge technology and smart script writing can go a long way in making a memorable music video for an otherwise forgettable song. The traditional sense of seeing videos on our TV screens is well behind us (Unless skimming through the OnDemand freebie selection counts,) but thanks to the Internet, the lost art of the music video will continue to thrive. 2010's best videos were filled with the quirky, creepy and crude. Considering there's more to be seen than there is to say about the Best Music Videos of 2010, AwkwardSound presents this list sans commentary...

Against Me!'s "I Was a Teenage Anarchist"
Director:  Marc Klasfield

Best Coast's "When I'm With You"
Director: Pete Ohs

Die Antwoord's "Evil Boy" (NSFW)
Director: Ninja

Interpol's "Lights"
Director: Charlie White

Kanye West's "Runaway"
Director: Kanye West

LCD Soundsytem's "Drunk Girls"
Director: Spike Jonze & James Murphy

Liars' "Scissor"
Director: Andy Bruntel

She & Him's "In the Sun"
Director: Peyton Reed

Ted Leo & The Pharmacists' "Bottled In Cork"
Director: Tom Scharpling

Vampire Weekend's "Giving Up the Gun"
Director: The Malloys

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