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In case you missed Independents 4 Change TD Mick Wallace speaking in the Dáil on Wednesday about Nama.

A new video synopsising Mr Wallace’s points.

It follows a similar video compilation, published in January 2016, about Mr Wallace’s efforts in previous months to highlight his concerns related to Nama.

Previously: ‘Nama Sold A Site Worth €120m For €42.5m’

Mick’s Tape


Alan Currie writes:

“Early on Saturday morning, I decided to shoot the sunrise over Greystones and surrounding area in Co Wicklow, Ireland. I was lucky enough that the forecast fog didn’t appear.

Only hampered by three very friendly labrador dogs which appeared and I had to more or less wrestle them to stop them from walking in front of the camera.

When I checked the footage the only thing that invaded the scene during the incident was my backside. I’ve edited that part out for your convenience, enjoy!”

Music by Aaron McClelland

Alan Currie Photography (Facebook)


The video for technical metal veterans Meshuggah’s new single Clockworks is miiiighty impressive, marrying the band’s Gigeresque art/aesthetic to dynamic, moving, fractal art courtesy of Dutch visual effects maestro Julius Horsthuis.

Clockworks is from the band’s new album The Violent Sleep of Reason, out now via Nuclear Blast Records.

Julius Horsthuis

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A rather excellent video for Disco by composer Ralf Hildenbeutel directed by Boris Seewald and featuring impressionistic visions of real life dancers Althea Corlett and Simone Schmidt.

The technique (best known in the video for A-Ha’s ‘Take on Me’) is called rotoscoping and involves the painstaking animation of drawings and paintings created, in this case, from photo transparencies.