Toro Y Moi's Chad Bundick kicks off his solo project Les Sins with this high energy video for Why
Who Do You Love is a song about people and connection, and how you can identify who you are by those you love. Those people say a hell of a lot about you. Robyn and I were very happy to make this video with a long term collaborator of mine, Daniel B
Zola Jesus gives a captivating performance in this atmospheric, black and white video for Go, live at Webster Hall.
Sun Culture explores the innards of young love with Young Blood.
Deerhoof's first single off of La Isla Bonita is Exit Only. The video stars Michael Shannon as two different versions of himself. While one uses loud music as a brutal torture tool, the other suffers powerlessly in what looks like an interrogation r
'Froot' is the title track off of Marina and The Diamonds third album. The video shows off Marina's sultry old Hollywood style as she basks in the glamour and drama of her romance and sexuality.
Husky's video for Saint Joan takes us on a beautiful animated, dreamy journey.
The Hill and Wood, our favorite band from Charlottesville, Va is out with a new video for Let A Good Thing Grow.
Steve Aoki and will.i.am are Born To Get Wild in this latest video.
This black and white video fluctuates between focus on HAERTS singer Nini Fabi and on a variety of couples kissing, embracing, and coming together for a dance party. It complements the song well, which discusses the feeling of giving up or giving
Tim Williams with his group Soft Swells is out with their second album fronted by the lead track Floodlights.
The world will explode on the kind of lovely day where you'll never see it coming. According to Generationals, that day might be the day you're set to return home from your space mission. Cloaked in seeming silliness, the video captures a truth of
The boys of Wampire play two unsuccessful private detectives who concede to a dame's request to track down a wizard with a striking resemblance to Jesus. Their lackadaisical lo-fi psychedelia is done justice, pun intended.
A two dimensional neon sketch tells the story of Zhu and Eve and Pandora's apple in the garden of heathens in this electric video with retro effects.
Wild Beasts perform amidst a ragtag collection of sideshow performers. The band claims not to have known what the acts would be until the shoot, so their reactions are totally genuine.
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