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Videodrome #58 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #58 - This week's best videos This week we’re Pretty in Pop with vids from Sébastien Tellier, Lana Del Rey, The Presets, and more. Don’t worry, though: we’re still keeping it Pretty in PUNK thanks to Death Grips. Into it? So are we, so come along.

#1 XXYYXX – About You (Dream Koala remix)

The dope opener from Marcel Everett’s second self-titled album via Relief in Abstract Records.

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#2 Slow Magic – On Yr Side (Footage is from Naqoyqatsi)

I have fallen deeply in love with the somekindof-wave of this enigmatic young band.

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#3 The Presets – Youth In Trouble

Heavy, cosmic stuff which sounds ACID house-ish…..looking forward to the new album!

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#4 Disclosure – Control

First video out from Disclosure, and featuring the vocals of Ria Ritchie.

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#5 Matthew Dear – Her Fantasy

‘Her Fantasy’ is the charged lead single from Beams. Spacy!

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#6 Santigold – The Keepers

I have absolutely no idea whats going on in Santigold’s self-directed new video. Tune’s a banger, though.

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#7 Diamond Rings – I’m Just Me

Right out of Neukölln, Berlin: some new hotness from Diamond Rings. I think this could be a contender for my favorite song from him… but then again, it’s not like he’s done anything bad!

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#8 Tyler, The Creator & Domo Genesis – Sam (Is Dead)

This is actually a really great video, Tyler me lad; good tune too. I’m very surprised.

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#9 Helado Negro – Mamember

Canta Lechuza is fucking ill and you should all buy a copy. Really.

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#10 Lana Del Rey – National Anthem

“…and I remember when I met him it was so clear that he was the only one for me. We both knew it right away. And as the years went on things got more difficult. We were faced with more challenges. I begged him to stay. Tried to remember what we had in the beginning…”

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#11 Death Grips – Double Helix

Noisy, abrasive hip-hop? This kind of thing IS our bag, baby.

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#12 Sébastien Tellier – Russian Attractions

??????! Drop the LSD, press play and dive into some kaleidescope synconized swimming. Emotional and dramatic. Je te kiffe, Sébastien.

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Videodrome #56 – This week’s best videos

Videodrome #56 - This week's best videos Enjoy seventeen new videos from around the world in today’s 55th episode of the music video filter, aka V I D E O D R O M E.

#1 Collarbones – Missing

Collarbones teams up with Dro Carey to create this strange music video for their latest single. We like strange.

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#2 How To Dress Well – Ocean Floor For Everything

New jam from Tom Krell off of his upcoming LP Total Loss. AMAZE.

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#3 Azealia Banks – Liqourice

I love Azealia. Not sure how I feel about the whole video, but still like the track though.

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#4 El Perro Del Mar – Innocence is Sense

This is so so different from the El Perro Del Mar of just five years ago. In a good way.

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#5 Slow Magic – Fortyounce Mixtape

Glo-fi mixtape for the UK clothing site Forty-Ounce. The 29-minute tape including artists like Burial, Baths, How To Dress Well, Balam Acab and Girrafage. Slow and dreamy.

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#6 Torn Hawk – “Mark of the Hound

According to the Rose Quartz blog, Luke Wyat is the source behind this video as well as the musician. His new album is out this week on Ron Morelli’s L.I.E.S. label.

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#7 Twin Shadow – Five Seconds

Based on a novel called Night Of The Silver Sun, written by frontman George Lewis Jr. and Eric Green. Would love to get ahold of a copy.

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#8 Only Real – Cinnamon Toast

It’s like King Krule and The Streets had a baby, and Robin Guthrie from Cocteau Twins produced it. Fucking awesome.

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#9 LV and Okmalumkoolkat – Sebenza

Taken from the Get A Grip EP Out on Hyperdub July 23rd. It makes me excited for the full album Sebenza, set to drop in August and featuring Okmalumkookat, Spoek Mathambo and Ruffest.

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#10 Sigur Rós – Fjögur píanó

A surreal experimental music video with a dancing naked Shia LaBeouf; what else do u need? Taken from the “Valtari Mystery Film Experiment”. More details here.

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#11 Zambri – All You Maybes

Twisted, dreamy sounds on a creepy animated video from NYC experimental band Zambri, off their album House of Baasa. A worthy, witchy listen.

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#12 Gecko Afterlife HD – ? Earth Jump

This is supposed to be the latest brainchild of avant-sound enthusiast and multi-monikered James Ferraro. The story simply goes on and on.

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#13 Two Inch Punch – Moonstruck

Electronic, experimental R&B with some beautiful drums and vocals. Their Slow Jams EP will be released on July 16th.

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#14 Fear of Men – Green Sea

Super rad. Favorite new artist of 2011/2012. Cannot cannot cannot wait for a full length.

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#15 Radiant Dragon – Landor

New visuals from Awe IX on Radiant Dragon’s video for ‘Terminal’ – a new song from forthcoming LP Screengazers, are bringing you into an intergalactic feel.

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#16 No Ceremony – HoldOnMe

Not just a video, but a free download on their website too. Sweet.

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#17 Ssion – Earthquake

“A coming-of-age love story between an enigmatic instigator and an alien-brother-lover resulting in the purest form of magik with a bit of feminism and Las Vegas showmanship thrown in for good measure” is a description that makes us drool. Ssion is so god.

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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.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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

Direct au panthéon des pop-songs!

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#7 Floating Points – Sais

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

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#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.

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#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.

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#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.

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