Here we have it – first official video from Daft Punk for “Lose Yourself to Dance” directed by: Thomas Bangalter, Guyman de Homem-Christo, Warren Fu, Paul Hahn & Cedric Hervet.
Watch Caveman’s horrifying new video for “In the City” starring Julia Stiles. A tourist couple visits New York City for the first time. They soon discover that underneath the surface of the playground of the city, lies a world of darkness and horror.
Chegg out the stylish and “cheeky” new video for “Backpack” from “nuovo jazzy-pop” singer and native Parisian Petite Meller. Directed by A.T. Mann & Napoleon Habeica (the Mexican photographer who created the American Apparel visual aesthetic),”Backpack” is a memoir of a French summer vacance, shot in the French Riviera that pays homage to French New Wave Cinema, winking at Godard’s “Pierrot le Fou” and George Henri Cluzot’s “L’Enfer”.
You Only Live Twice…lives twice. Watch a live, psyched-out cover of Nancy Sinatra’s classic James Bond theme – You Only Live Twice – from Philly’s Mock Suns. One of the worst James Bond movies with still one of the best themes.
Blue Hawaii, Arbutus Records and many of their Montreal counter-parts all began with the same breath in early 2010. To date they’ve released an 8 song EP: in May of that year, Blooming Summer (Arbutus Records 2010) was recorded following the pair’s travels in Central America. It frames a time of warmth and novelty, featuring dense female harmonies, tape saturated synths, guitars and drum machines. Eventually Ra– returned to her role in BRAIDS, touring constantly, while Ag–moved to Europe, treading deeper into dance music, electronics, and production.
The duo notice that throughout the changing social and personal landscape which is one’s twenties, these divided notions and people somehow stay together. Even the name Blue Hawaii suggests a kind of melancholic, jaded paradise, but a paradise afterall. It is because – or perhaps in spite of – these disjointed intersections that the record is called Untogether.
Panoramic views of nature and Braids’ Raphaelle Standell-Preston. Directed by Angus Borsos.
Disclosure’s new video for “F For You” is a change up from the narratives of their past clips, but is no less impressive as the Lawrence brothers star in it themselves, showing off their new live show and some wavy visuals to go along. Their debut album Settle #5 on the iTunes chart (#1 Dance) and was the #1 album in the UK in it’s first week.
Foals have released the Nabil Elderkin-directed video for their song “Bad Habit.” The UK five-piece just wrapped a largely sold-out US headline tour that included stops at Sasquatch, Governors Ball, Orion Festival and Bonnaroo. They’ll be back in the states in August for Lollapalooza, Outside Lands and more headline shows.
Based in Mount Manganui, PleasePlease are New Zealand duo Ryan Mulligan and Antony Jeffaries. Their debut single, “Viva La Piano”, was written one afternoon at Ryan’s flat. The video, produced and directed by Tim Armstrong, was shot in Los Angeles and Auckland.
Following ‘Rivers‘, ‘Where Beasts Die’ is :PAPERCUTZ‘s second and last album single. The video was directed by Andy Berriman and shot on location at the beautiful (haunted) forest of Cod Beck, North Yorkshire, England.
Both singles available on two EP releases coming end of this month featuring remixes by Ikonika, Synkro, Stalker, Nowa Huta, Indian Wells, Kiyoko, Bam Spacey, Kyson, Sun Glitters and Sweater Beats.
After sharing his debut track ‘Jackdaw‘ earlier this year, London based singer songwriter Daniel James returns with new track ‘The Stone And The Hollow’. The Irish born Daniel says about the track: “It was inspired by memories of walks around Belfast Lough and how that felt different to the new London landscape I found myself in. Time to think and ponder on new and old relationships alike, all compounded by the differing sense of space I felt.”
Brooklyn-based synthpop duo Holy Ghost! are excited to unveil their new music video for their new song “Dumb Disco Ideas.” The video, directed by Ben Fries, features a plethora of colorful, synchronized lights and a backdrop of the New York City skyline from dusk until dawn.
Following from their successful debut mini album ‘To You’ earlier this year, Sydney’s Indie Rock/Folk quartet Battleships have revealed their new video for album highlight ‘As You’d Begun’.
The second wave of “From the Vault” series is here, featuring new recordings from STUDIO F at the beautiful Mophonics HQ in Venice, California.
Noisey has premiered The Thermals new video for “The Sunset” from the band’s new albumDesperate Ground out now on Saddle Creek. The video is a bright, colorful and uplifting three minutes of film. The video stars Thermals bassist Kathy Foster as “The Boxer”, in an obvious ode to classic boxing films such as “Rocky” and “Raging Bull”. Much of the video is an homage to the opening credits of Spike Lee’s “Do The Right Thing”, with Foster channeling Rosie Perez. “The Sunset” features many classic Portland, OR locales (like many Thermals videos) and was co-directed by Portland filmmaker Jeffrey Rowles and The Thermals themselves.
Seductive new video from Petite Meller for “Stevie Jobs”, directed by A.T.Mann & Guy J. Bolandi features Petite riding a massive computer mouse and Brooklyn-born dance-rapper Shamel Pitts dancing on a giant keyboard.
Solar Bears And Michael Robinson’s Psychedelic Supermigration Short Film. Features the following tracks from Supermigration:
A Sky Darkly
Our Future Is Underground
Happiness Is A Warm Spacestation
You And Me (Subterranean Cycles)
Phoenix’s Bankrupt! is one of our most anticipated releases of this year. Grab some new ear candy from the release below and Pre-order your album here: http://smarturl.it/Bankrupt
‘A Tooth For An Eye’ from The Knife’s forthcoming album ‘Shaking The Habitual’ released on 8/9 April. Available to pre order here: theknife.net/shaking-the-habitual
‘A Tooth For An Eye’ deconstructs images of maleness, power and leadership. Who are the people we trust as our leaders and why? What do we have to learn from those we consider inferior? In a sport setting where one would traditionally consider a group of men as powerful and in charge, an unexpected leader emerges. A child enters and allows the men to let go of their hierarchies, machismo and fear of intimacy, as they follow her into a dance. Their lack of expertise and vulnerability shines through as they perform the choreography. Amateurs and skilled dancers alike express joy and a sense of freedom; There is no prestige in their performance. The child is powerful, tough and sweet all at once, roaring “I’m telling you stories, trust me”. There is no shame in her girliness, rather she possesses knowledge that the men lost a long time ago.
Perfecting the blend of glitter and grime that earned Bare Wires a soft spot in the hearts of the bubblegum-popping, foot-stomping masses, Matthew Melton joins with bassist Chase Oren, guitarist Rob Good, and drummer Ian McBrayer as Warm Soda.
New video from Fear of Men for the track “Seer” , directed by Falvey and Weiss with Williams/ Tardo.
How do boxing Cobains and Dubya Bushes sound? Splice in some downright hallucinatory cut and paste video moments, loop it like you’re on thorazine and you’ve got the new Howling Hex Video “Primetime Clown”
We Are Animal, recently on tour with the Joy Formidable throughout the Uk and Europe, made a little free song for you all whilst they work on the new record.
Our love affair with Aussie band Tame Impala continues with the new “paradise edit” of – “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” from Darkside’s Dave Harrington.
Gaspar Noé directs the new video from Animal Collective for the track – “Applesauce”.
Watch the new squirm/vomit-inducing video from Grizzly Bear for “Gun-Shy”, directed by Kris Moyes. Eyes melting, skin bubbling, veins jumping and a toenail scene that haunts my dreams.
After watching the new Mitch Moore directed video from SSION for “Luvvbazaar”, you will probably never see CVS in the same light again, and that is a good thing.
Django Django has partnered up with Bafta Award winning director John Maclean, the brother of Django drummer/producer Dave Maclean, for the “Hand of Man” video. They are excited to present this beautifully shot, monochromatic masterpiece, premiered this morning on Nowness. John expands on the film:
“Filmed on black and white super-8 stock. The end of great things. The party was the last day in our friend’s building which will inevitably be knocked down to make way for more dodgy flats with tiny triangle balconies – art, film and music studios destroyed to make way for fast-buck housing developers pricing the working classes and the artists out of central London. The end of film developers and Kodak film stock. And the beginning of great things, Django Django, the spirit of youth, integrity finding a way to live forever, and fresh bread.”
Just now Alexander Spit dropped a cold piece from his forthcoming album on Decon, A Breathtaking Trip To That Otherside dropping January 29th. The start-stop drums might break your neck. Hi Fi Collective did the clip.
Writer/Director, Michael Lawrence has created this intense and surreal short film for Levek’s “Black Mold Grow,”inspired by images of a “gauzy, transcendental view on a young woman’s struggle with her psyche.”
Warm Myth (Kieran Adams and Casey Mecija) and director Jesse Yules present the new experimental video for “Working”. Yules skillfully animates the seductive rhythms and tempting lyrics of Warm Myth’s song with paint, origami and mirrors to create a visual collage.
The hyper-political R.A.P. Music track gets a hyper-political animated video.
Sean Pecknold directs this strange and beautifully shot video for Pure Bathing Culture’s “Ivory Coast,” with a heartbroken Sarah Versprille, hologram sharks and a creepy little blue smurf baby. Pure Bathing Culture’s lovely 12″ EP is out now via our friends at Father/Daughter Records.
Best Halloween costume of the week goes to the thirsty gentleman rocking the mullet in the official clip for Das Racist’s “Girl” produced by Blood Diamonds. Check below and spread around.
Self-proclaimed as “doom soul”, the music of Cold Specks draws on folk and gospel elements, with a strong personal interpretation. At times it can be heavy and bleak, but the willful, raspy vocals of Al Spx offer an element of brightness. The weight of each track grows slowly and as her velvetly vocals hit your ears, you will instantly feel swathed in this warm blanket-like familiarity.