Popstrangers’ “Rats In the Palm Trees” is all about the rush of the city. The band has the vibe of early Oasis as they alternate between speed and relaxation.
In the video for John Dahlbäck's "We Were Gods," geographically separated lovers astrally project to reunite … as muppets? Whatevs. These have to be the cutest visuals ever paired with an ecstatic...
Illy’s video for “On & On” is simply a good time. It’s filled with smiling faces, glow in the dark race cars, and a merry-go-round. Illy lays his rhymes over production with a subtle electronic feel.
Lots of fictional accounts of the end of the world depict chaos, crime, and general lawlessness. Not so in Battleme’s “Just Weight.” When you’ve got good friends, impending death is just another excuse for chill rock ‘n’ roll times.
19-year-old Dream Koala shocks us again with the surreal video for “Odyssey.” With the easy-going melody and crazy visuals it's easy to believe when Dream Koala says this whole video came from a dream.
Jamaican reggae/dancehall singer Wayne Wonder takes you to a tropical paradise in the new video “Reset It.” It is an up-tempo reggae love song about two lovers who “reset it back” to old times.
Spanish musician Pajaro Sunrise shares the many faces of Bali in the video “Good To See You.” This video adds to the song's feel-good electronica vibe with all the happy people dancing, waving, and smiling.
Afrobots shows us a nefarious side of "Los Angeles" in his new video. It opens with a nightscape of the City of Angels paired with an electroclash/tropical ghetto tech beat. The video features sinister-looking models in The Twilight Zone and makes us...
The bouncy beat of Bryte’s “Nadia Number” is one of the juiciest that we’ve heard in a long time. The Ghanaian MC rides the beat flawlessly while his biker bros pull off some impressive tricks.
The dimly lit video for “Feel What I Feel” fits in perfectly with the songs dark romanticism. The soulful house jam makes you shimmy in your seat while giving you the willies with its “SMS melodrama” realness.
CHAMPS play exactly the type of pastoral indie rock that we’d expect from a band from Isle Of Wight in the United Kingdom. Dance with abandon along with slow-whirling ladies in the video.
Irish-French indie poppers address the subject perseverance in “Cross-Eyed Horse.” It’s exhausting just thinking about how many takes the actor must have done to complete the video. Pass the Gatorade.
Vaadat Charigim “Ze Beseder Lefahed” feels like a cross between The Cure’s “Just Like Heaven” and The Jesus and Mary Chain’s “Just Like Honey.” Due to the language barrier, we’re not sure if the song’s about heavenly honey or not, but the video clearly...