It’s hard enough to create a decent-looking music video with little constraints—imagine being asked to come up with the premise, execution, and final project in only 48 hours.
That was the mission of some of the Bay Area’s finest break out artists, who were given a meager budget and paired with star filmmakers to create a stunning, brand new music video in just two days for the third annual Music Video Race.
Finally, it’s almost time to reveal the final projects, including Rin Tin Tiger, Rich Girls, and Lemme Adams, as they go head to head in the July 20 judging of the final products. The genres of the artists competing cover metal, hip hop, rock, and beyond, and the judges, who include The San Francisco Bay Guardian‘s Emma Silvers and Mimi Cave among others, are surely facing a difficult task in selecting a winner. Check out the list of judges and participants below, and the details of the event at the bottom.
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Emma Silvers – Music Editor, San Francisco Bay Guardian
Carlton Evans – Executive Director, Disposable Film Festival
Doug Klinger – Founder, Internet Music Video Database
Mimi Cave – Rad Oakland based video director who has worked with tUnE-yArDs, Lucius, Magic Man, & more
Electric Strawberry (Oakland)
Odd Owl (SF)
Rich Girls (SF)
Lemme Adams (SF)
Bed. (Portland via Oakland)
Bill Baird (Oakland)
Guy Fox (SF)
Rin Tin Tiger (SF)
Doctor Popular (SF)
Your Cannons (SF)
Kendra McKinley (SF)
The Tropics (SF)
Royal Jelly (SF)
Fritz Montana (SF)
To enter for a chance to win tickets to any show below, email email@example.com with the name of the band and the date of the show you’re entering for in the subject line and your full name in the body of the email. Winners will be selected at random and notified via email.
Rin Tin Tiger, Bed.
July 20, 2014
7pm, $16 (21+)