Videodrome #27 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #27 - 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:

#1 Bodyboat – 0044

Norwegian duo Bodyboat sent over their new track ‘0044’ along with a video. It’s that familiar narrative in videos these days but I can’t help but be drawn in – young beautiful girl running in the forest.

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#2 Drone Ranger – Daughter of a Rich Man

New project from Nic Zwart, the man behind the criminally-underrated Desolation Wilderness and Electric Sunset.

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#3 Panteros666 – Javelin

Panteros666 is a homie from Lille and simply one of my favorite producers right now. Goofy French techno. Love It.

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#4 Duran Duran – Girl Panic! (directed by Jonas Akerlund)

The latest Duran Duran supermodel music video ‘Girl Panic!’ directed by Jonas Akerlund and featuring Naomi Cambell, Helena Christensen, Cindy Crawford & Eva Herzigova!

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#5 Hudson – Against The Grain (directed by Jonathan Chong)

Holy fuck. Melbourne artist Hudson‘s new video is simply one of the most amazing stop-motion animations I’ve ever seen. The video required Jonathan Chong to devote hundreds of hours moving colored pencils thousands of times to create this masterpiece.

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#6 No Ceremony – Deliverus

Mysterious Manchester duo No Ceremony switch it up from the previously released heart-thumping electro dance-jams, with their latest track ‘Deliverus’.

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#7 Daniel Dexter – The Other Day

Poker Flat Recordings Daniel Dexter latest tune now has a cool video, but we don’t know anything about this at all; we just like it! If you have any info on the creator of the video, please send.

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#8 Parenthetical Girls – The Privilege (directed by Zac Pennington & Ryann Bosetti)

First music video to accompany the penultimate release of the Privilege series by the beloved Parenthetical Girls.

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#9 Happy Trendy – Die Young

Taken from their Die Young EP, released next week on cassette via Orchid Tapes.

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#10 HEALTH – In Violet

Just look at her face and watch the nervous moments. This is unofficial and great.

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#11 Oxykitten – Cow Bear (directed by Jeremy Bird)

Oxykitten’s ‘Cow Bear’ from the album The Streets Were Paved With Circuit Boards, released via Field Hymns.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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″

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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