Jon Cooper AKA Turtle’s new single “Who Knows” is an electro track with a mellow intro that sets the mood. Trippy and strangely sentimental, the visuals complement the track perfectly. The lyrics are food for thought: “Maybe it’s all in my head, maybe...
British-Algerian pop star YADi flaunts her creativity in the MV for “Creature.” She hits heavy, remarkable notes while making spiritual, erotic dance moves surrounded by flowers.
This video for the soulful, haunting "Warrior Lord" takes place in a fairytale wilderness populated only by two mysterious girls. Stay strange, Polica.
London duo Coves have given us a '60s infused indie psych pop melody. The video takes place in the woods with a mysterious circle, Rebekah Wood singing, and John Ridgard playing the guitar. The swirly track comes with an equally unusual, tripped-out...
The Ramona Flowers new single "Brighter" is a dope mix of electronica, rock, and indie resulting in a track that's as infectious as it is vivid. The video features a couple running through the woods to escape their past.
Sydney’s Eleanor Dunlop coolly channels a young Jane Birkin in her video for “Disguise,” a lovesick lounge song for the morning after.
Dim Mak’s Keys N Krates present documentary-style footage of a visit to Amish country set to a trap rave beats in “Dum Dee Dum.” Great YouTube comment on this video: “Well that escalated.”
Summary of the video for “Against A Wall”: A cute girl and a cute cat star in a love story. Ryan Hemsworth knows how exactly how to charm the sensitive hip-hop boys.
British signer Ghostpoet once again brings us a jazzy hit in “Cold Win.” It has a futuristic and smooth melody with Ghostpoet chanting about his life’s journey. Like many of us, he’s searching through society’s many gravitational pulls.
Kicking off with a spiritual drone, Brooklyn band Spires make goodly, godly rock in “Candy Flip.” Their foggy silhouettes in front of natural settings make you feel at one with their “hazy visions of a different place [you’ve] never been before.”
Swedish trio Like Swimming goes blonde in their latest pop track “Go Buffalo.” The band rocks out in an old barn while three other people run through the wood wearing rubber Buffalo masks. What?
Perhaps the only soca jam bigger than Bunji Garlin’s “Differentology” this summer was its own remix EDM-ified by Major Lazer. The new, slick black-and-white video extends the song’s life into the winter....
Ready to go to a dark place? Evansville, Indiana rapper Cas One takes you on a "Long Walk" through the daily struggle of one's mind.