It seems like artists these days are really stepping it up in terms of putting together killer music videos. Just yesterday we saw a pair of slick visuals from Atmosphere and the Cool Kids for "Became" and "Rush Hour Traffic," respectively. And today, Brooklyn's Tanlines have taken videos a step further with their clip for "Brothers" by making it interactive. Literally.
Using Go Pano technology, they made it so you can basically see all 360 degrees of where they're performing the track with your mouse. It's pretty awesome, though don't spin it too quickly or else you might get motion sickness like I did. You can watch the video below and head to Pitchfork to learn more about how it was made.
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