Videodrome 68 – This week’s best videos

New week, new videos. Since I was very much affected from last week’s enormous EB Festival in Budapest, there wasn’t much time to explore new A/V stuff; nevertheless I did stumble over a few cool new videos. Which I will now share with you… aren’t you the lucky one?

#1 Cat Power – Cherokee (self-direcetd)

A bit of a disappointing video, but a great song. From her latest LP Sun.

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#2 Mutant Beat Dance – Sketch III (L.I.E.S. 014), directed by Oliver Vereker & Juan Bocca

Chicago traxx meets post-VHS aesthetics. I live for this stuff. Check L.I.E.S. Records for more astonishing sounds.

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#3 Frank Ocean – Pyramids, directed by Nabil

Like most of the rest of the world, I love Frank Ocean.

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#4 Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Your Love, directed by Dawid Krępski

TEED releases yet another music video from his debut album Trouble, this time for my favorite new rave-tastic cut.

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#5 AlunaGeorge – Your Drums, Your Love, directed by Henry Scholfield

UK duo AlunaGeorge just released a video for one of the year’s best pop songs. Highly addictive.

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#6 Kilo Kish – Navy , directed by Ben Rayner & Kish Robinson

Kish released her first official video for ‘Navy’ off her Homeschool EP.

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#7 Maria Minerva – The Sound Direction, directed by James B. Stringer

Distorted beats & wonky vocals. Fans of the immaculate Grimes will love this.

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#8 Dylan Ettinger – Blue and Blue, directed by Nathan Vollmar

Not Not Fun Records put out wonderful experimental music with lots of pop hints, and I love them for that. This is the music video for ‘Blue and Blue,’ the closing track on Dylan Ettinger’s Lifetime of Romance.

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#9 Lorn – Weigh Me Down, directed by Max Friedrich

Taken from his new album Ask The Dust which is out now on Ninja Tune.

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#10 Holy Balm – Losing Control, directed by Ella Barclay

Brand new, appropriately hilarious and playful video from the Sydney outfit’s forthcoming full-length It’s You. Superb analogue synths!