A lot of people cropping up these days doing the video editing thing. It's interesting to see people who are not 'professionals' doing their own thing and finding their own voice. It's also interesting to see old footage re-contextualized. Jamie Harley has definitely stood out and, well, here's why:
I have to say I far prefer this video to the proper video for said Memoryhouse track. In fact, I think it's one of the best audio-meets-visual displays I've seen in quite some time.