Videodrome #28 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #28 - This week's best videos Explore new videos with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, K-X-P, Chrome Wings, Gabriel Bruce and many more.

#1 Hubble – Hubble’s Hubble (directed by Sheena Callage & Tiffany Borders)

Brooklyn based Hubble is set to drop his full length album Hubble Dreams shortly, but before he has released a spectecular video, in conjunction with Sheena Callage Tiffany Borders of NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA).


#2 Chrome Wings – Forever (footage from James Whitney’s ‘Yantra’)

Yesterday Chrome Wings‘ new full-length, New Lands, dropped via AMDiscs. Today this beautiful clip for the stand-out track ‘Forever’ appeared online. Do not miss.


#3 Dominik Eulberg – Taeuschungs Blume (Ryan Davis Narciss Render) (dir.?)

German electronic artist Dominik Eulberg released his Diorama album earlier this year via Traum Recordings. And yes, this video is just perfect for falling asleep to.


#4 Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Dream On

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs in full effect: Yesterday T.E.E.D. gave away ‘Dream On’ for free here. Today T.E.E.D. posted this cool short film on his facebook page. And this friday he is playing the Electronic Beats Festival Zagreb. Gotta say yes!


#5 Gabriel Bruce – Sleep Paralysis (directed by Ferry Gouw)

Next month the acclaimed Gabriel Bruce album will see light via Off Modern Records. As a teaser he unveiled this moody b/w-video, made by aspiring music video director Ferry Gouw, who also did this, this and that.


#6 K-X-P – Easy (directed by Koja)

Finnish electro-rock-stomp trio K-X-P are set to unleash a brand new three-track EP to mark their signing to Manchester’s Melodic label and the lead track already got an exiting video treatment by Kolja.


#7 Puro Instinct – Silky Eyes (directed by Jimmy Marble)

The two-Kaplan sisters are more than rising. Signed to the Mexican Summer empire, their debut album was just released and now there’s a post-porno video for their stand-out track ‘Silkey Eyes’.


#8 WU LYF – We Bros (direcetd by Sam Pilling)

Manchester four-piece WU LYF have just revealed another video from their blog-buzzing debut album Go Tell Fire to the Mountain. Watch the video and follow some kids leaving the big bad city.


#9 Blondes – Wine (directed by Blondes)

Get ready for some fresh house tunes by Brooklyn duo Blondes in their self-directed video, which is the last of the band’s 12? trilogy for 2011. Very cool.


#10 High Highs – Flowers Bloom (directed by Video Marsh)

The marvellous Flowers Bloom track is taken from their High Highs EP, released via Small Plates Recs. Click play and open your ears and eyes.

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New Music from K-X-P

New Music from K-X-P We are rather partial to a bit of K-X-P at Electronic Beats. Throbbing riffs and motorik beats are squeezed out of a guitar, a bass, drums and not a lot else, and yet they make a sound that is exactly like something you can lose your shit to in a club. Championed by Glasgow’s Optimo, and with at least one member of the band being involved in some sugary pop productions, their latest 12″ the ‘Easy’ EP comes out on Melodic in November. Ahead of the release you can stream the title track below. Panpipes, chugging guitars and primal howls come together to sound like Hawkwind doing MDMA with Turbonegro. We love it.

K-X-P – Easy (Infinity Waits) by Melodic Records

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Catch K-X-P on tour

Catch K-X-P on tour

K-X-P the Finnish three piece groove machine who we reported on last year are about to embark on a whirlwind tour of Europe. Taking in dates in the UK and Ireland, the band have been busy finishing off the mixes on their debut album – the release we reported on last year, has been pushed back and the band’s proper self titled debut will now be released in March.

Grooving and hypnotic with enough angular spikes to keep things more than interesting, the band are also giving away a free track ‘Pockets’ which you can download here.

K-X-P live dates

19 Jan LONDON, Lexington

20 Jan DUBLIN, Button Factory

21 Jan KILKENNY, Cleere’s Theatre

22 Jan CORK, Pine Lodge

23 Jan CORK, Crane Lane Theatre

24 Jan GLASGOW, Captains Rest

26 Jan LEEDS, Brudenell Social Club

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