The Shelter Review

A French DJ had an American friend who is also a DJ. One day, they thought of making a track together and this happens.

Like the track?

After three months, the American DJ decided to make a music video about their track—

Before seeing the video, you may think that this is WEABOO $*!>. But let the Connoiseurs judge if this is really a good for nothing music video or a masterpiece.

The title of the song is ‘Shelter’ made by two DJs. One is a French DJ named Madeon (Hugo Pierre Leclercq). The other is American Dj Porter Robinson.

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Left: Madeon   Right: Porter Robinson

Porter Robinson actually went to Japan to create the music video of the dance track. He decided to do business with A-1 Animation Studios. This particular studio became famous of the hit Anime show Sword Art Online and loads more anime stuff.

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A-1 Studios’ animated series

Now going back to the Shelter. the story is all about a 17 year old girl and her adventures.

One good quality of the 6-minute long video is that its animation is smooth and clear. No pixels are out of place in the video.

Another is the track itself. Madeon and Porter have different styles in making their music. But when they decided to collaborate with each other, the track gave a new character to compliment the story of the video.

Third, is that the story was shocking. It touched the hearts of millions of people who watched it. The story is so good that it got 14,411,219 views on Youtube.

And Finally it showed diversity. Like what the introduction said, a French and an American DJ collaborated to make a track and decided to make an animated music video with the help of Japanese animators. It teaches us that there are no more boundaries in making music. That nations can envision the message of the music and turn it to a reality.

The Connoisseurs have the verdict: a solid 5 out of 5 stars for video quality, soundtrack quality, and story.

Here’s the Video to see that this video really deserved it’s 5 out of 5 stars

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