She Mob Videos
She Mob’s video philosophy: conceptualize visual content that enhances the musical atmosphere, and don’t spend any money on it. This seems to work for us. All found footage is from the Prelinger Archives unless otherwise noted. Enjoy.
“(My Baby) Done (Me Wrong)” from Right in the Head
“Snow Smoked” from Right in the Head
“Mas o Menos” from Right in the Head – Images courtesy of Ted Frankel from Mexican Pulp Art.
“Bloodbath” from Right in the Head – Footage shot at Burney Falls and Lassen Volcanic National Park in California.
“What’s Your Game?” from Right in the Head
“Underworld” from Right in the Head – Hooping by Jackson.
“Arnica” from Right in the Head – Ode to plant-based medicine. Additional footage from the A/V Geeks Archive.
“Lobster Girls” from Right in the Head – A retooled video of a live-show video. During the live version (at the House of Zoka), we had a band meeting in the middle of the song. What’s amazing is that both versions, live and studio, are exactly the same length, even with overlapping discussion as part of the mix. That’s precision playing, my friends. Or just dumb luck.
“Wet Kitten” from Not in my World (2005) – Racy!
“Botox Party” from Not In My World – Botox NOW!
“Bloody Valentine” from Not in my World – a love letter and a science experiment.
“Bend Down Low” from Not in my World – Featuring California’s thousands-of-years-old bristlecone pines from the White Mountains in the Eastern Sierras – mysteriosos!
“Was Ist Das?” from She Mob’s sophomore effort, Turn to Chocolate (2001), with selected footage from “Decomposed Carnival,” from the home movie collection on the Internet Archive.
“Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy” from Turn to Chocolate – Lisa wanted to head-bang.
“Mrs. Idey” from our first album, Cancel the Wedding (1999) – A real crowd-pleaser with ominous tones and slide whistle.
“Teacher” from Cancel the Wedding – Last gasp of punk…?
“Luge” from Cancel the Wedding – Hail to this Olympic sporting event.
“Prozac” from Cancel the Wedding – Lisa took Prozac for a failed medical experiment and got a song out of it.
New School of Berkeley Halloween Fundraiser Bake and Rummage Sale, October 31, 2015 – We opened for The Chuckleberries, who inspired us to go-go dance on the playground structure. Also, there were bunnies and cupcakes and a bouncy house. In one word: heaven. She Mob: Joy Hutchinson, Suki O’Kane, Lisa McElroy, Alan Korn. Video by Jackson.
“Wet Kitten” & “Queen of Doom”
“Mrs. Idey” & “Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy”
10th Annual Murder Ballads Bash at the Starry Plough, Berkeley, CA, October 29, 2011 – Crazy times, man. “Underworld,” “Queen of Doom,” “Adder,” “Volcano.” She Mob: Joy (Sue) Hutchinson, Lisa McElroy, Suki O’Kane, Karry Walker. Video by Michael Z.
“Botox Party” sing-along at the Starry Plough (with lyrics) – J Neo Marvin videotaped this happening sometime in deep past (maybe 2008?). She Mob: Joy (Sue) Hutchinson, Suki O’Kane, Alan Korn, joined by Val Esway and a host of others.
8th annual Murder Ballads Bash at the Starry Plough – “People Who Died” – She Mob covers the eternal Jim Carroll tune in Berkeley, CA, October 31, 2008. She Mob: Joy (Sue) Hutchinson, Suki O’Kane, plus John Shiurba, Val Esway, Jeff Hobbs and special guests, Artemis and Salane. Video by Michael Z.