Videodrome #18 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #18 - This week's best videos #1 When Saints Go Machine – Kelly (directed by Maj Rafferty)

Here is the video for ‘Kelly’ by Danish electro-pop outfit, When Saints Go Machine.This is their latest single form the album Konkylie, which has been out since June.


#2 Veronica Falls – Bad Feeling (directed by Philippa Bloomfield)
In need of a bit of flower-stomping, tree-sitting and some grassy frolics? Then this new video for Veronica Falls badass track ‘Bad Feeling’ might be something for you. Taken from their forthcoming self-titled album on Bella Union (out on October 17th) – which we can’t wait for.


#3 Cough Cool – Month (directed by Melissa Cha)

Really zoning into the new Melissa Cha-directed clip for this Cough Cool track, taken from this year’s Lately LP. Crisp footage of European boat and train rides are mirrored and overlayed, almost becoming abstract.


#4 Monster Rally – Surf Erie (directed by Tyler Coray)

Catchy! Photographer and filmmaker Tyler Coray made this arty video for Monster Rally‘s single Surf Erie. The footage was shot at Lake Crescent in the Olympic National Park in Washinton, Seattle.


#5 Hear Hums – Shrines (directed by the band)

Beautiful washes of color appear to be dancing to Hear Hums’ ambient thriller ‘Shrines’. Track can be found on their upcoming third album “Opens” set to drop sometime near the end of this 2011 year via Crash Symbols.


#6 Collatone – Not So Well Adjusted (directed Movies For Ears)

This is pretty nice abstact hip hop from Collatone. Anyone have some more information on this guy?


#7 Bodi Bill – What? (directed by Stephane Leonard)

Bodi Bill‘s new music video to the song “What?” – this is the second video to the current album What?. The first video was to the song Brand New Carpet. Gotta say yes.


#8 Sleep ? Over – Casual Diamond (directed by Christine Aprile)

Austin based songstress Stefanie Franciotti aka Sleep ? Over has just dropped a psychedelic new video for synth dominated track ‘Casual Diamond’, ahead of her debut full length release Forever which will be available September 27 via Hippos in Tanks.


#9 Shlohmo – Just Us (directed by Arthur Chance)

This is yet another step in the right direction for the young L.A. producer Henry Laufer aka Shlomo. His “Bad Vibes” album was released last month via Friends of Friends, while the video features stacked tvs, and kaleidoscope effects.


#10 Die Jungen – Every Day (direcetd by Klaus von Barrel)

Gloriously retro, wonderfully warming. Southhampton Dreampop Outfit Die Jungen which is Klaus von Barrel just dropped his Just a Dream album last month and it looks like he continues to churn out material that not only sounds amazing, but looks good too.

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Videodrome #2 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #2 - This week's best videos

Here’s the second episode of our V I D E O D R O M E series, providing the latest cool videos from around the world. Check it out!

1. ART ALERT: Jen Stark – Believer (Music by Dan Deacon)

This wonderful trippy video is part of Jen Star’s two-person show called Double Rainbow Rainbow, which opened last week at Show & Tell Gallery in Toronto.

2. Lesands – Glowing (directed by Panaframe)

Digging this sexy cheerleader footage. We highly suggest grabbing their Sweet Skin EP over at bandcamp. Could be a summer essential.

3. Karlmarx – Futuro (directed by Typoclique & Ben Westermann)

Karlmarx = brothers Isaac Aesili + Mark McNeill from New Zealand: “Futuro” comes from their full-length debut album, “The Karlmarx Project“ – out June 3rd on Cologne’s Melting Pot Music.

4. Teen Daze – The Bluest Water I’d Ever Seen (directed by Sebastian Rozenberg)

This chilljam isn’t a new single or anything, just a sample of the original material Teen Daze has been working on recently.

5. Slime feat. Vondelpark – 2 Player (directed by Joel Chima)

Slime is 19 y/o Will Archer from Brixton, who makes music as Slime. Check out more of this emerging electronic talent’s work here.

6. Rome (Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi) – 3 Dreams of Black (directed by Chris Milk)

To watch this interactive HTML5 video make sure you’ve Google’s Chrome browser running on your system. Highly Recommended!

7. Yuck – Get Away {Directors Cut} (directed by Michael)

New buzzed about band, Yuck, is anything but “yuck” with their kaleidoscope-like video.

8. Blood Orange – Dinner (directed by Alan Del Rio Ortiz)

Blood Orange is Dev Hynes of Lightspeed Champion, who just dropped this old school-style video for Dinner. His 7? is now out via Terrible Records. An LP follows later this year via Domino Records

9. Cough Cool – Stolen (directed by Ben Tabas)

We don’t really know much about Cough Cool, but this slammer is off his From Clausen EP via Not Not Fun Records.

10. EMA – Milkman (direcetd by William Rahilly)

In this William Rahilly-directed for EMA’s “Milkman”, Anderson’s been green screen-ed into collages of psychedelic, video game-like visualscapes.

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