1. Sun Glitters – eventide (directed by Victor Ferreira)
2. King Midas Sound – Goodbye Girl (Kuedo Mix) (directed by Tom Shoelfield)
3. Rustie – Glass Swords (dir.?)
Normally we dont care about teaser videos, but Glasgow-based bedroom producer Rustie has released a classy appetizer for his debut album on Warp.
4. Noir Cœu – Total Nirvana (dir.?)
Recently Adrien of Montreal On Fire & Plebeian Grandstand and Philippe of YAA joined forces to establish their project Noir Cœu. Now this stellar track ‘Total Nirvana’ appeared as free download – and the EP will follow soon.
5. Young Theme – Gradual (dir.?)
‘Gradual’s’ off Young Theme‘s ‘Ethereals’ EP is the next proof that the californian producer Scott Barman is someone to keep an eye on. Check out his Soundcloud for some other highly worthwhile jams.
6. Timber Timbre – Bad Ritual (directed by Olivier Groulx)
7. Twin Sister – Bad Street (directed by Dan Devine)
Brooklyn pop band Twin Sister are set to drop their full-length debut ‘In Heaven’ on September 27, via Domino. Above is the brand new video for the Dan Devine directed first single ‘Bad Street’.
8. Neon Hitch – On My Level (directed by Trevor Cox)
Check out Neon Hitch (her real name by the way) cover Wiz Khalifa’s On My Level in this interesting NY-take.
9. Novella – The Things You Do (directed by Conan Roberts)
Oh, ya. Made up of three girls Sophy Hollington, Hollie Warren and Suki Sou – who btw swap instruments whilst playing live – let me introduce Novella, who are about to release their Rory Atwell (Male Bonding, Fair Ohs, S.C.U.M and Comanechi) produced debut single soon on Dirty Bingo Records.
10. Tonstartssbandht – Big Day Today (directed by Jason Harvey)
Tonstartssbandht‘s new ‘I Am Become’ LP is now out via Arbutus Records and the first single ‘Big Day Today’ now has some crazy animations to offer. Made by Jason Harvey.
UK singer-songwriter Neon Hitch has just unveiled a brand new cut from her forthcoming debut called ‘Silly Girl’. The pop princess’ newest track – which was produced by Switch and Benny Blanco (Ke$ha, Britney Spears) – is an electro-pop workout with a reggae flair, funky audio effects and rap-style vocals. Things are about to get dirty. Again.
“I’d just got off tour and I went in the studio with Switch,” Neon Hitch said about the slow-bubbling dubstep groove. “We partied all night and happened to lay a few melodies. A month later Switch got in the studio with Benny Blanco and played the demo. Benny loved the scratch demo so much that we didn’t really change the song at all.”
Back in 2007, Neon Hitch signed to The Streets’ indie label; The Beats Recordings and went on tour with Mike Skinner. Since then she has been busy putting the finishing touches to her debut album Beg Borrow & Steal due out later this year. According to some snippets we listened to, it’s going to be a mixture of jazz-inflected vocals kissing eclectic pop melodies and hip-hop beats. We can’t wait for the release…