Videodrome #9 -This week's best videos – Telekom Electronic Beats

Videodrome #9 -This week’s best videos

Videodrome #9 -This week's best videos 1. Hanin Elias – Future Noir (directed by Fähler, Pinheiro & Ehrhardt)

Time has come for Hanin‘s next solo album called Get It Back, which features collaborations with Tying Tiffany, Vigilante, SinDaddy or Marcel Degaz (Die Krupps). Check it.

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2. Motion Sickness of Time Travel – Synastry (directed by Rachel Evans)

This one we found over at the niiice nofearofpop blog. MSTT‘s new full-length Luminaries & Synastry was released two weeks ago via Oklahoma-based Digitalis.

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3. Hypnolove – Holiday Reverie (directed by Marco Dos Santos)

Youtube commentator Efrait described the video pretty fitting = “This is the best music video I? have ever seen”. The track is off Hypnolove’s Mickey Moonlight-produced Holiday Reverie EP, released via Rekord Makers.

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4. Ossie – Set The Tone (directed by Kieran Pharaoh-Sinclair)

Hyperdub‘s finest UK funky star Ossie just released a new video for his ‘Set The Tone’ – chooooon!

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5. John Maus – Cop Killer (directed by Lawrence Woolf)

Unofficial video for John Maus‘ ‘Cop Killer’ from the his latest drop called We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves.

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6. Fl?sh$i† – Black Roses (directed by Julieta Triangular)

We just learned from Pendu that there’s a new Fl?sh$i† track and a cool video, made by the lovely Julieta Triangular.

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7. Innergaze – Midnight Riding (directed by Aurora Halal)

Innergaze = Aurora Halal + Jason Letkiewicz. Do you have a soft spot for minimal synth pop? Then you’ll love this. Make sure to check their artist page over at Minimal Wave Records for more.

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8. Actress – Maze (directed by Luke Alexander)

‘Maze’ from Actress’s excellent 2010 album Splazsh finally got a music video, done by Werk Discs’ graphics man Luke Alexander and Jamie Thompson.

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9. E*Rock – The Palace Of Light (directed by Yoshi Sodeoka)

New video from Portland’s E*Rock for his smasher ‘The Palace of Light (Revisted)’ – directed by Yoshi Sodeoka.

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10. Africa Hitech – Out In The Streets (directed by Sixty40)

Fresh out the box: video for Africa Hitech’s ‘Out In The Streets’ taken from the 93 Million Miles album. Learn more about the amazing video-making here.