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Videodrome #9 -This week's best videos

Published on July 4, 2011 07:55 Berlin Time

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.

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.