In the video for Nat Walker’s remix of Funeral Suit's "All Those Friendly People," the camera follows a couple deep in the throes of love. It’s evident how enticed the two are by each other as they share...
Professional pole dancing takes an incredible amount of strength and athleticism. Australian synthpop duo We Are The Brave explores the poise, grace, and creativity that goes into that performance art in “Sparrow.”
Canada’s Young Galaxy chooses the animated route yet again in their video for “Fever.” We follow a disillusioned young lady as she goes about her day wearing a pair of sunglasses that definitely don’t have a “rose-tinted” effect.
The American rock band Dum Dum Girls create a majestic, yet perplexing video to accompany their track “Lost Boys And Girls Club.” What may seem like a haven could be something totally different.
French deep house artist Klingande bring Coachella vibes to the European countryside in “Jubel.” Take a moment from your day to get lost in the mini-adventure of some sun-kissed pretty people.
It’s always okay to offer a helping hand, but don’t expect Yuna to accept your help anytime soon. This lady doesn’t need a “Rescue.” Feel free to enjoy her empowerment anthem, though.
Yet again, Lorde combines minimalist production, a talent for thoughtful lyrics, distinctive vocals, and a heavy dose of teen spirit in “Team.” Her music videos really should be viewed as short films about what it’s like to be young in the wake of the...
We’re not sure how the visuals work in Astrobal’s video for “Nostalghia/FM2030,” which makes the video that much more interesting. You can tell Stereolab was a big influence fro the French producer by listening to his cerebral electropop.
The music video for “Goodness Gracious” could be subtitled “Ellie Goes Vaporwave.” Watch her trip the light fantastic through hypercolor side streets with some fluorescent-footed homies.
British house vocalist Katy B goes the ballad route on “Crying for No Reason,” a single from her forthcoming album Little Red, out on February 10th. She’s got the three p’s: poise, perseverance and pipes.
Sweden’s Elektra and Miranda Kilbey glam it up like '70s sirens for “Better in the Dark.” Halston, Gucci, Fiorucci, these girls are dressed to kill.
The video for “Instant Crush” stands out as the release from Random Access Memories that’s the least attached to the album’s over-arching concept. It’s reminiscent of the character-building and plotlines...
Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix was born in 1996 and has more than 100 Million YouTube views. Reflect on that while watching his chart-topper “Animals.”