In the video for Route 94’s house track “My Love,” temperature, lust, rhythm and chemicals melt together to create an alternate world simmering underneath a conventional party.
From the album My Sun. Directed by C. Isak Isaksen.
From the album Wave 1. Directed by Hans Lo.
From the Who You Are EP. Directed by Natalie Rae Robison.
Ghana-born, Atlanta-based Selasi has one for the heartbroken in “Ups and Downs.” Even when you have love in your life, sometimes you wonder whether it’s enough.
Things are a bit frigid for Reptile Youth in their video for “JJ.” But not even chilling temps can overpower the lyrics and sound of this track.
You would be hard-pressed to find a music video as visually and aurally as stimulating as SomethingALaMode’s "On My Mind." Its computer-generated landscape, which is somewhere between Minecraft,...
Directed by Mitchell Grant.
It’s all about dance in Isis Salam’s video for “Let Go” ft. Kruse & Nuernberg. She and two friends cut a rug in the subway, a supermarket, and a retail store.
LIZ pays homage to certain women in music in her video for "All Them Boys" with a number of wardrobe changes that bring the samples used in the track alive.
In her video for "Don't Wait" the Swedish singer Mapei spreads her uniquely soulful vocals over calming guitar chords and subtle drums. The carefree tranquility the song evokes becomes visual as Mapei spends time with her significant other and friends.
Sante Les Amis’ song “Brasil” as well as its accompanying video are rather animated. Green screens, color, and imagination make an eye-catching video.
Toronto's dance punk band Nightbox are feeling tribal in the video for “Burning.” A coterie of back-up dancers interprets the fiery passion and funky percussion of the track.