Local video roundup: Rise of Saturn, Shunda K, Have Gun Will Travel & more

Shunda K (of Yo! Majesty) presents the second official video for her 2011 album, The Most Wanted. The hilarious video for "It’s Time To Get Paid" features a cameo by electro-clash songstress Peaches and was filmed, directed and edited by Robin Thomson.




Have Gun Will Travel, "13 Miles to Empty," from 2011's Mergers & Acquisitions; the country road rolling video includes guest appearances by Devon Stuart (The Takers) and Micah Schnabel (Two Cow Garage)




Geri X, "Whiskey & Cigarettes," the titular track from her 2011 LP. The video was shot in St. Pete at The Local 662 and Emerald Bar by director Chris Wilson with production assistance from Jannus Live. The video seems to reflect on the heartache of being a musician in a relationship.




Poetry n' Lotion, "Sego Techna," a psychedelic short film by Digibulldada (Phil Bardi), created for a track due to appear on their next album.




The Hip Abduction, "Someday I'm Going Away," a sun and sea loving video from a song off 2011's One Less Sound.




Dynasty, "Forgive," off her rather new Love EP; shot by D. Rich Photography.


A round-up of videos produced locally by a range of Bay area talent. Just goes to show you what a small budget and alot of creativity can do.

Rise of Saturn, "Pantomime," off their 2011 BOTB-winning LP, Sex, Drugs and Comic Books. A very well-made video complete with gangster/Reservoir Dogs overtones and a backwards timeline. Directed by David the Day.

More videos after the jump.

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