The one thing about guys from Detroit, they are definitely proud of their city. Whilst the musical heritage of Detroit is unprecedented, Zach Saginaw aka Shigeto steps up again to pay homage to his hometown. His latest video ‘Detroit Part II’ finds the producer trekking around the D, as well as rocking in the studio as the jazzy Hip-Hop meets club cut plays throughout. The black and white-shot visuals are directed by Brandon Rottman. The song itself is taken from Shigeto’s forthcoming album ‘The New Monday’, out October 6 on Ghostly International. Have a look.
Alex Ebert brings an infectious and feel-good track with his latest single ‘Broken Record’. A musical and magical journey through a wonderland of sorts, for the official video, Ebert has connected with RUFFMERCY to provide vibrant animation as various objects and patters swirl about in clips. The trippy vid is one that coincide with the music quite lovely and makes you feel like your floating on a natural high. Have a look. Read more […]
London band Wolf Alice have shared the video for their single ‘Don’t Delete the Kisses’. What you have here are two lovers who practically are using every moment whilst riding the train to kiss one another uncontrollably. It gets so bad that riders next to them have to move. Now for anyone who has more than enough experience riding London transport knows that it’s not always the most pleasurable experience, let alone having to deal with two people jumping on each other like horny rabbits. But then again, maybe we should all adopt that loving attitude.
West London group Bloxx kicked in the door last year with their debut track ‘Your Boyfriend’. Now hitting harder than before, the band now bring forth the video for their rocking single ‘Curtains’. Directed by Krisr Films, the theme of skateboarding is prevelant as a girl treads around London, sometimes displaying frustration when not nailing a trick. However, their are more than fun moments as she skates until dark. Have a look. Read more […]
Gold Class deliver the finest in post-punk with their video ‘Get Yours’. Keeping it straight and to the point with footage from one of their live shows shot at The Corner Hotel in Melbourne, Australia, ‘Get Yours’ is probably one of the hottest break-up track we’ve heard in a while. The video is directed by Defero Productions. Have a look. Read more […]
Berlin-based singer and musician Victoria Trunova aka KOY is one of our fave artists. With an etheral sound that straddles the line of electronica, pop and even new wave, she has now unveiled the video for her single ‘Heat’. A dedication of sorts to classic sci-fi and horror flicks, the visuals are ripe with clips of women screaming, robots and silhouttes of KOY herself, all packaged in VHS-style effects. Have a look. Read more […]
Having led the band Gold Beach, Michael J Winningham aka Palo Duro is gearing up for the release of his new album ‘Ryou Cannon’, landing September 29th. As we patiently await the date, the Austin-based aritst has shared a cheeky video for his single ‘Darken the Glow’. What you have here is a vintage style mash up dedicated to old school Japanese films and video games backed by one catchy groove. Check it out.
Zola Jesus has unveiled the extremely haunting visuals for her single ‘Exhumed’. Directed and shot by Jacqueline Castel, the stark black and white video features Zola Jesus in an almost ghostly form in the woods whilst emerging from the ground, seemingly to represent a burial of sorts. Intense flashes and quick cuts add to the eerie feel of the video with the goth style of the music itself coincide extremely well. The song is taken from Jesus’ forthcoming album ‘Stridulum’, out September 8th.
Tricky will release his 13th LP entitled ‘Ununiform’ this September on False Idols/!K7. Interestingly enough, the Bristol-born, now Berlin-based artist has yet again joined forces with Martina Topley-Bird, who was instrumental in providing vocals on his early albums. With the pair reconnecting for the track ‘When We Die’, the video for the song has now been posted. Directed by Jenny Marie Baldoz, New York City is the backdrop as clips of various people, some who are down and out, are all portrayed in a humane light. Have a look.
Husky Loops are definitely a group who who have been excited about since their debut track ‘Dead’. Having released their self-titled debut EP back in April of this year, the trio have now shared the video for the track ‘The Man’, which is taken from the record. Directed by Maximillian Hartley, this is a sort of day in the life of the band as they trek around London with clips of the video filmed in between additional video shoots. You can watch ‘The Man’ down at the bottom. Enjoy. Read more […]