Videodrome # 11 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome # 11 - This week's best videos With our regular columnist Moritz away on vacation this week, this week’s Videodrome is presented by Daniel and Gareth. They’ve each chosen their favorite videos from the past week; hope you enjoy!

1.Teeth – Care Bear

The UK synthpunk group are prepping their debut LP this year; enjoy the Youtube drag aesthetic of one of their most vicious tracks.

2.Cults – Go Outside

Go Outside, by Cults from Boing Boing on Vimeo.

Montage that amalgamates news footage of the Jonestown Massacre with clips of the band performing seamlessley. Did someone say amazing?

3.How to Dress Well – Decisions

Tom Krell makes some of the most emotional music I’ve ever heard. ‘Decisions’ is an in-depth look on the process of making his latest EP ‘Just Once’.

4. IFEEL Studio – Watching Stars over the Rubicon Beltway

Freshest 12″ on Uruguay’s International Feel is a cosmic trip through animated universes, complete with the space machines of fifties futurism.

5. Hercules & Love Affair – Painted Eyes

Hercules have a knack for capturing the feel of their fantasy-world late-night disco with their videos, and the elegant, trailing beauty of ‘Painted Eyes’ is no exception.

6.Lil B – Out The Hood

Short video, hard emotion. Based realness. Hater-free.

7.Death Grips – Beware

MASSIVE.

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Cults – Album stream

Cults - Album stream

Thanks to NPR you can now stream the debut album of bright new things Cults. Sounding like the perfect ear candy for a hot summer day (like today) they create an infectious concoction of airy vocals, and bright melodies all brought togehter with a healthy dose of nostalgia.

The Brooklyn band’s debut is due May 31 and arrives via Lily Allen‘s Columbia sub-imprint In the Name Of. Happy listening folks.

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