Videodrome #26 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #26 - This week's best videos So here we are, back again with V I D E O D R O M E featuring our favourite videos from around the world:

#0 Die Antwoord – Fok Julle Naaiers (dir.?)

Hell yes! Die Antwoord is back with a fresh single from their forthcoming record TEN$ION to be released on their new indie label Zef Records after a messy, public split from Interscope.

///

#1 Doldrums – Endless Winter (directed Brock Mitchell)

Doldrums is brilliant and is releasing an EP on No Pain In Pop at the end of the month. Here’s the video to second track from the EP Endless Winter, directed by Brock Mitchell of calgaryisawesome.

///

#2 Slow Magic – Feel Flows (directed by Slow Magic)

Slow Magic is back at it with this gothic chillwave slowburner. ‘Feel Flows’ is set to skateboarding adventures overlayed with trippy washes of neon colors. Press play and float along.

///

#3 Axel Boman – Lucky Tiger (dir.?)

A promo video for Axel Boman’s Lucky Tiger EP, which was released earlier this year via Glasstable. Including an additional electro-stepping remix treatment by Appleblim & Al Tourettes.

///

#4 Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier – No Talisman (directed by Sarah Mosk)

Stop animation! This beautiful and dreamy track is from Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier’s (a.k.a. Felicia Atkinson) upcoming LP, L’Enfant Sauvage – released via Aguirre Records.

///

#4 Eats Everything – The Size (dir.?)

Holy mama this track bangs! Fresh house straight outta Bristol. Eats Everything joins the rising house movement in Bristol and this track, ‘The Size’, explains intricately why he’s been creating such a buzz recently.

///

#4 Pure X – Surface (directed by Malcolm Elijah)

Our friends over at Altered Zones unveiled the latest video of our favourite band from Texas: Pure X. Lay back and enjoy the low fuzzy jams and this weird video which goes along with it.

///

#4 Sun Araw – At Delphi (directed by Cameron Stallones & Daniel Brantley)

Fresh off releasing Ancient Romans, Sun Araw brings us a steady flow of mind bending videos. Last week releasing the brow raising ‘Impluvium‘, now here’s ‘At Delphi’ both off his latest LP.

///

#5 Water Babys – There’s a Griffin at the Door (directed by Water Babys)

The Water Babys are a duo based in Denver, according to their Soundcloud profle, they describe themselves as a “electronic classical jazz hop duo”- aha. Now a self-made video appeared in the interwebs. And yes, we like it a lot.

///

#5 J*DaVeY – Whatchalookin@ & Kill 4 Fun (dir.?)

With the first official visual for the upcoming New Designer Drug album – which as of yet doesn’t have an actual release date – J*DaVeY presents a double feature “Whatchalookin@ | Kill 4 Fun” produced & directed by The Ports.

///

#5 Gauntlet Hair – Keep Time (directed by Bernardo Pantoja and Skyler Stevenson)

You can tell a lot by looking into someone’s eyes, so the phrase goes; if that holds truth then the new video from Gauntlet Hair raises some interesting and slightly scary questions.

///

#5 Best Dressed Dog – No Less Alone (directed by Best Dressed Dog)

Best Dressed Dog recently dropped the track ‘No Less Alone’. It could easily be your usual throwaway post-dubstep/indie-R&B, but the track has such a haunting melody you can’t help but fall in love with. This should blow up.

///

#6 Real Estate – Its Real (directed by Weird Days)

Direct au panthéon des pop-songs!

///

#7 Floating Points – Sais

Great vibes from Fatima and Floating Points. This’ll grab you and won’t let go until the songs over.

///

#8 Glass Candy – Warm In The Winter (directed by Alberto Rossini)

Glass Candy have released a new music video composed of Super 8 tour footage for their single, “Warm In The Winter”, off of their upcoming release, Body Work.

///

#9 Pictureplane – Black Nails (directed by Travis Egedy)

From Travis Egedy, the man who coined the witch house genre name, here’s the video for ‘Black Nails’. The track is all sorts of electric goodness.

///

#10 Arnaud Rebotini – Another Time, Another Place (directed by Jonathan Barré)

Do you remember when you were young? New Arnaud Rebotini video…classy as fuck.

Continue Reading

Apparat – Black Water Video Premiere

Apparat - Black Water Video Premiere Berlin electro-dude Apparat has created more of a late-night confection than a Thursday morning rave, but Black Water is deep, moving and intriguingly murky. Go on and dive into this Ben Reed-directed video, which features piles of household furniture stacked nicely in a Jenga type fashion.

As previously posted, this striking ‘Black Water’ composition will be part of Sascha Ring’s ‘The Devil’s Walk’ album, which sees the light of day on September 23th through Mute.

Continue Reading

Videodrome #15 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #15 - This week's best videos 1. Oxykitten – 0 For Everything (directed by tinylittlehammers)

If your child has lately been asking where babies come from, you could show them this video from Oxykitten, which essentially operates as a psychedelic sex-ed tape.

///

2. Pepepiano – Kevin’s Basement (directed by Theo Anthony)

With incredible vision director Theo Anthony brought-to-life a new Pepepiano track from the forthcoming cassette-release “KING”, out via Speaker Snacks Recs on August 18th.

///

3. Pictureplane – Negative Slave (directed by Travis Egedy)

Denver-based art-rave-goth-weirdo enthusiast Pictureplane (a.k.a. Travis Egedy) just dropped this video filmed by Travis Egedyhimself using a pocket sized digital camera on location in Mexico D.F.

///

4. Memoryhouse – Quiet America (directed by Denise Nouvion)

The video for Memoryhouse’s “Quiet America” – a new track taken from the duo’s re-issued “The Years EP” – was directed by the band’s Denise Nouvion and edited by Jamie Harley.

///

5. Ital – Only For Tonight (directed by Aurora Halal)

Dancing in the light of a miracle: that’s the gift Ital keeps giving. Video was made by Aurora Halal, Luke Wyatt & Daniel Martin-McCormick. From the Ital “Only For Tonight” 12″

///

6. Teams – MVP (directed by Ben Tabas)

Brand new video by Pittsburgh’s Ben Tabas for the newest Teams single “MVP” that was recently featured on SEWER GREATS, VOLUME II.

///

7. Katy B – Witches’ Brew (directed by Colin Tilley)

“Witches Brew” is the fifth single off Katy B‘s debut album, “On A Mission”. The track itself was produced by Zinc whilst the video was directed by Colin Tilley.

///

8. Adventure – Rio (directed by Andrew Defreitas)

Check out the disquieting, grainy, crash-zoom-laden, vintage-styled, experimental video for Adventure‘s anthemic track “Rio”, directed by Andrew de Freitas.

///

9. Tezeo – Can You See His Face (directed by Sam Ellison)

Very catchy indie jam from Michael Beharie + Jeff Cristiani (= Tezeo). It’s accompanied by this beautiful black & white video of performing and dancing on their roof at night with friends – photography and direction by Sam Ellison.

///

10. Pharaos – What (directed by Ben Shearn)

Altered Zones just premiered this video from Pharaos, who are now part of LA weird disco stable. The video is nothing but hillarious. 100% Silk

Continue Reading