Again, music video overdose this week with Hanni El Khatib, Blood Oraange, The Deadstock 33s, Jennifer Cardini and many more to explore:
#1 Light House – “The Walls Want Communion”, directed by Jeffrey Richardson
Uh, I just love this. Portland-based duo Light House are new to me, but I won’t miss any release in the future… for sure.
#2 Moko – “Summon The Strength”
London-based songstress Moko makes an impressive debut with groove-filled R&B/soul track “Summon The Strength.” Check out Moko’s mesmerizing vocals.
#3 Hanni El Khatib – “Family”, directed by Nick Walker:
Garage blues boy Hanni El Khatib has his new record ready sometime soon. According to the internet, it got produced by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys-fame. Ready for a “Motorcycle Sex Gang” video?
#4 Bright Future – “The Optimist”
Killer dark electro track from Bright Future in this official video from the upcoming album From Earth With Blood, out on limited edition cassette on March 15th via Nite Thief Records.
#5 Birdy Nam Nam – “Defiant Order”, directed by Nicolas Davenel
Badass clip for BNN‘s “Defiant Order” a track taken from their 2011 full-length of the same name. If you like French electro and motorbikes, this is your heaven.
#6 Blood Oraange – “Forget It”, directed by Christelle de Castro
#7 Boy Friend – “Labyrinth”, self-directed
Our friends over at No Fear OF Pop unveiled this video some days ago. Pre-modern aesthetics are the future of the past.
#8 The Deadstock 33s – “Underneath The Pines”
#9 Jennifer Cardini – “Venom”, directed by Marco Dos Santos
French producer Jennifer Cardini is about to release her first new tunes in a very long time. The track here is taken from Correspondant‘s upcoming label compilation, due out on March 18th, and it comes with a nice music, video.
#10 Nocando feat. Busdriver – “Two Track Mind”, directed by Kyle Gray
This one is a classic for me. Really digging this collab and the fine video art.