Videodrome 108 – This week’s best videos

Words by moritz.schmall

Although I’ve been busy watching a ton of old video footage from early West Berlin happenings in order to prepare my video loop for the upcoming Atonal, lucky for you I’ve also found time to keep up with the latest audiovisual developments too. Have fun with clips from Big K.R.I.T., Hyetal, Holy Ghost! and many more.

 

#1 Cuushe – “Airy Me”, directed by Yoko Kuno

WOW! Here’s the video for “Airy Me” by Japanese dream pop act Cuushe, taken from her Red Rocket Telepathy LP, out now via Flau. The video was made by Yoko Kuno, who spent two years working on it.

 

#2 Raleigh Ritchie – “Stay Inside”

Fresh new sounds from Raleigh Ritchie. According to the recent buzz he’s going to be a popular name in the near future. Check his The Middle Child EP—it’s somewhat spectacular.

 

#3 Hyetal – “Jam The Network”,  directed by The Great Nordic Sword

Take a ride through ’90s proto-3D environments. And yes, you can dance to that trippy video, too.

 

#4 Holy Ghost! – “Teenagers In Heat”, directed by Ben Fries

Synthpoppers Holy Ghost! have just released a video for “Teenagers In Heat”. You can download the track for free via Soundcloud to get ready for their sophomore album Dynamics out September 10th.

 

#5 Brynjolfur – “I Love You”,  directed by Marco Ponti

Brynjolfur hail from the Faroe Islands but now reside in Copenhagen. They got early support from Tensnake, Diskjokke, Sasse and Djuma Soundsystem.

 

#6 Big K.R.I.T. – “Multi Til The Sun Die”, directed By Steve-Ography

Big K.R.I.T. returns with some fresh visuals in support of his critically acclaimed King Remembered In Time project. This video is for the closing track.

 

#7 Stay Positive – “Blood Brother” 

Here’s something which I would label future house. Their Blood Brother EP drops August 20th on Stay Positive Industries.

 

#8 Busta Rhymes ft. Nicki Minaj – “Twerk It”,  directed by Busta Rhymes and Director X

Nicki Nicki Nicki! Morning workout with Busta Rhymes ft. Nicki Minaj anyone?

 

#9 Ikonika – “Mr Cake”, directed by Rob Walker

Finally the video for “Mr. Cake”. Sara Abdel-Hamid aka Ikonika is back with a new album entitled  Aerotropolis which offers a broader electronic sound. Get an idea above.