Cut Copy - Free Your Mind

Check out the video for Cut Copy’s latest single “Free Your Mind”, starring True Blood’s Alexander Skarsgård as a cult leader. Taken from the band’s upcoming fourth album of the same title. Directed by Christopher Hill.

posted Tuesday 10/22/2013 Permalink

Gesaffelstein - Hate Or Glory

Dark, violent and intense, here’s the video for “Hate Or Glory”, the new banger from the Parisian prince of techno, Gesaffelstein. The track is taken from his upcoming debut album “Aleph”l. Directed by Fleur & Manu.

posted Monday 10/21/2013 Permalink

Atoms For Peace - Before Your Very Eyes

Thom Yorke’s Atoms For Peace just shared their animated video for “Before Your Very Eyes,” the sputtering groove that opens their album Amok, and it’s a trippy one. In the video, some version of Yorke appears as a crumbling statue adrift in a psychedelic, undulating CGI river. And then a bunch of stuff happens, which you will have to figure out for yourself.

posted Monday 10/21/2013 Permalink

Toro Y Moi - Rose Quartz

Toro Y Moi has shared his next video to accompany this year’s Anything in Return. The clip for “Rose Quartz” interprets the song as expressive, colorful paint on canvas. It was conceptualized, directed and painted by Lauren Gregory.

posted Wednesday 10/02/2013 Permalink

KN1GHT - Last Moon

Last Moon is the latest music video for the Strasbourg-based artist Kn1ght. Directed and animated by Nicolas Pomet, it’s an epic 80′s action movie transposed in a music video and created for kn1ght’s catchy retrowave song. Think Miami Vice meets Tron in this action-packed clip.

posted Wednesday 09/18/2013 Permalink

MGMT - Cool Song No. 2

In MGMT’s new video for “Cool Song No. 2,” the band recruited a familiar face in Michael K. Williams (The Wire, Boardwalk Empire) to play a character called The Plant Hunter - a “new jack” thief who spends his days turning genetically modified plants into drugs. Directed by Isaiah Seret.

posted Tuesday 09/17/2013 Permalink

A-Trak & Tommy Trash - Tuna Melt

A-Trak put together a bunch of collaborations with different producers on his Tuna Melt EP. And that EP’s title track, a team-up with fellow producer Tommy Trash, now has a pretty ridiculously great video. Ryan Staake directed the clip, but much of the credit goes to the kinetic artist Kinetic King, who set up an entire house full of dominoes and then proceeded to knock them all down in the most absurd.

posted Saturday 09/14/2013 Permalink

Night Moves - Colored Emotions

For the video for the title track from Night Moves’ album Colored Emotions, they maintained the ’70s feel from their “Country Queen” clip but with extra oddities. The Isaac Gale and David Jensen-directed video features a fast food backyard picnic on a waterbed which doesn’t end well.

posted Saturday 09/14/2013 Permalink

Placebo - Too Many Friends (with Bret Easton Ellis)

The new video for Placebo’s “Too Many Friends,” the single off the British rockers’ forthcoming album, Loud Like Love, is a visually stunning interactive mystery,  which couches the song in a six-minute mystery, seemingly titled “Unfortunate Events,” narrated by American Psycho’s Bret Easton Ellis. Directed by Saman Kesh.

posted Saturday 09/14/2013 Permalink

Balam Acab - Now Time

Melding the surreal, aquatic, and kaleidoscopic, lean back and enjoy this psychedelically reminiscent journey though Balam Acab’s Now Time. Directed by Hsiao-Yen Jones.

posted Saturday 09/14/2013 Permalink
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