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Wild Nothing share two new tracks ‘To Know You’ and ‘TV Queen’ inside the world of their new album cover

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By Sam Bathe on 26 Nov 2015

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Announcing his third full-length album alongside two brand new tracks, with Life of Pause Jack Tatum is hoping to reinvent the notion of Wild Nothing. Taking on a heavier, more diverse sound, Wild Nothing’s new music video plays To Know You and TV Queen back-to-back in a walk through the band’s living album cover. As Tatum explains, “I’m terrified by the idea of being any one thing, or being of any one genre,” and while his last two albums Gemini and Nocturne were both fantastic, seeing him try out new styles is certainly something to look forward too. Wild Nothing’s Life of Pause is out February 19th 2016 on Bella Union/Captured Tracks.

Delorean break a relationship apart in the trippy, animated video for new summer single ‘Crystal’

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By Sam Bathe on 28 Jul 2015



Ahead of a new album in 2016, Delorean have released a psychedelic video for summer one-off single, Crystal. Directed by Joan Gausch, the video is an abstract look at the different stages in a relationship. Using a photogrammetry technique to create the models and textures, from more than 2500 still pictures, Gausch has created a mesmeric sequence to accompany the pulsing electronic track.

An alien crash lands in an ancient settlement in the video for Alagoas’ new single ‘Ghosts’

Posted in Music, Music Videos
By Sam Bathe on 30 Jun 2015




When an alien ship crash lands in an ancient settlement, the natives are mesmerised by its intoxicating movement and extravagant colours. Written and directed by Dvein, the music video for Ghosts boasts the same sense of momentum as the excellent Alagoas track, while the mysterious alien could be something straight out of a Pixar movie. Alagoas’ self-titled album is out now on Better Problems.

The video for Art Department’s latest single ‘Walls’ is as sultry and alluring as the track itself

Posted in Music, Music Videos
By Sam Bathe on 9 Jun 2015




Hugo Moreno‘s stunning video for Art Department’s new single, Walls, is a dark tale as the world turns from light to dark. With hover cars on the road, one man struggles in the retro-futuristic world, soon filling the city with his over-powering blight. Directed by Grandson & Son, Hugo Moreno and Jonny White, the alluring track has a fitting accompaniment in this 80′s-inspired video.

Panama colour test in front of the camera in the 80s-inspired video for new single ‘Jungle’

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By Sam Bathe on 27 May 2015



Directed by A Nice Idea Every Day, the video for Panama’s new single, Jungle, goes back to the 80s to colour test in front of the camera. Reading, lounging poolside or walking in the night air, the sultry video has a dreamy aesthetic inspired by Panama’s own inviting sound. Their debut album is due later this year.

Things get messy in the supermarket in the video for Toro Y Moi’s new single ‘Lilly’

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By Sam Bathe on 18 May 2015




Walking into your average Joe supermarket, Chaz Bundick probably didn’t expect to be faced with other customers face-on, fruit, veg and tomato sauce in hand. Directed by Harrys, the ’80s-inspired video for Toro Y Moi single, Lilly, puts dry-ice in the supermarket isle for a dreamy and intoxicating sequence before it all turns ugly. Closing with slo-mo foodstuffs crashing to the floor (and Chaz’s face), Toro Y Moi’s fourth studio album, What For?, is out now on Carpark Records.

Two characters make the journey across an alien landscape in the video for Muta’s new single ‘Praise’

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By Sam Bathe on 30 Apr 2015



On a mysterious musical planet, two people cross a great ravine in Titouan Bordeau‘s animated video for Muta’s new single Praise. With rocks falling from the sky and creatures jumping out from beneath the earth, Bordeau’s bright video is the perfect accompaniment to the rhythmic electronic track. Praise is out now on King Deluxe.

Courtney Barnett drives around the atmospheric Philip Island in the video for new single ‘Kim’s Caravan’

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By Sam Bathe on 28 Apr 2015



Released as a limited edition 12″ for Record Store Day, the video for Courtney Barnett single, Kim’s Caravan, is suitably moody. Directed by Bec Kingma and shot on Australia’s Philip Island, the slow-burning video explores a small town and its inhabitants before discovering a mysterious caravan. Courtney Barnett’s debut album, Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, is out now on Mom + Pop.

Todd Terje sets illustrators Bendik Kaltenborn and Espen Friberg loose for the video for new single ‘Alfonso Muskedunder’

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By Sam Bathe on 15 Apr 2015




Off fantastic LP, It’s Album Time, and released as a single alongside four great remixes, the video for Alfonso Muskedunder is a joyous trip inside the mind of illustrators Bendik Kaltenborn and Espen Friberg. Featuring surreal and wacky characters inspired by Terje’s It’s Album Time artwork, getting stung by a bee sets off a whimsical, morphing journey of colour and shape. Like everything Todd Terje has been involved in in recent months, this is another mesmerising success.

Dan Deacon goes on a journey through the afterlife in the video for single ‘When I Was Done Dying’

Posted in Music, Music Videos
By Sam Bathe on 31 Mar 2015



As bizarre and magical illustrations visualise the lyrics of the fantastical track, Dan Deacon takes a tour of the afterlife in the video for track When I Was Done Dying, produced for Adult Swim’s Off The Air. Featuring work by nine talented illustrators and animators, the lever of detail is so high and the styles are so diverse that everytime you rewatch it, you’ll pick up on something new. Directed by Dave Hughes.

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