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Oslo, NorwayMaya Vik — “Bummer Gun”
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Maya Vik -- "Bummer Gun"

Maya Vik makes us feel all 1980's in this video for "Bummer Gun". With vocals reminiscent of Paula Abdul and a killer hat that screams Janet Jackson circa Rhythm Nation 1814, this Norwegian pop singer's latest single is all you'll want to groove to this...
London, United KingdomThe Flight — “Hangman”
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The Flight -- "Hangman"

The Flight, a London production duo, haunts our eyes and ears in “Hangman” from their debut EP of the same name. Simplistic, guitar-laden production and chilling vocals from Keaton Henson retell the classic murder folk ballad “Pretty Polly” while...
Kyoto, JapanPirates Canoe — “Guitar Blue”
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Pirates Canoe — “Guitar Blue”

Pirates Canoe, a Japanese folky bluegrass band, transports us to the sixties in “Guitar Blue.” A vintage filter washes over scenes of the band members spinning up a concoction of spiraled, simplistic guitar chords, light-as-air drum taps and...
Cologne, GermanyComa — “Hoooooray”
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Coma — “Hoooooray”

Cologne’s Coma gets animated in “Hooooray,” a single from their aptly-titled Technicolor album. The completely animated music video reminds us of a children’s book with a watercolor palate, heavy line drawings and fun illustrations of a bright green...
Vienna, AustriaTosca — “Jay Jay”
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Tosca — “Jay Jay”

Tosca, an Austrian electro duo, enters the darkness in “Jay Jay” from their sixth album Odeon. Rich, baritone vocals from vocalist J.J. Jones coats synth elements, tribal drums and mysterious, shadowy imagery – save for the rare glimpses of the band...
London, United KingdomAyah Marar — “Alive” f/ P Money
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Ayah Marar — “Alive” f/ P Money

Ayah Marar, the queen of UK bass, presents us a leather-clad and immaculately produced warning in “Alive” from her debut album The Real. As the songstress gallivants in bad girl all-black-everything attire and a swooped bang, her pretty voice defies all...
Auckland, New ZealandPopstrangers — “What Else Could They Do”
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Popstrangers — “What Else Could They Do”

Popstrangers, a New Zealand garage rock trio, goes on an underwater adventure in “What Else Could They Do.” The hooky and haunting grungy track is drenched in guitar riffs and cymbal clashes – along with projected, aquatic images that create great...
London, United KingdomBastille — “Pompeii”
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Bastille — “Pompeii”

In the video for their worldwide hit “Pompeii,” feel the post-apocalyptic vibe as British band Bastille's lead vocalist Dan Smith wakes up to find the city empty, save for those with mysteriously glossy and blank eyes.
Lodz, PolandKamp! — “Melt”
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Kamp! — “Melt”

Poland’s Kamp! goes for the gold in “Melt.” The electro pop trio’s disco-tinged track, complete with heavy electro keyboard and swirls of synth, artfully illustrates a synchronized swim team’s big routine. Huge pool splashes and killer dance moves pair...
New York City, United StatesBonobo — “Cirrus”
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Bonobo — “Cirrus”

British electro producer Bonobo performs modern-day magic in “Cirrus,” a single from his upcoming album The North Borders. Old school 50s-era footage meets new school, repetitive stop motion animation as a series of uniform, almost-mechanical chimes,...
Port of Spain, Trinidad and TobagoKES The Band — “Tuesday On The Rocks”
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KES The Band — “Tuesday On The Rocks”

Hey, what cold front? Kes the Band, a Trini pop group, induces our jealousy in “Tuesday on the Rocks.” The band emphasizes their message of partying hard by doing just that. Stir in vintage reggae-inspired production, lots of sunshine along with a bevy...
Tokyo, JapanJesse McFaddin — “Access Violation”
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Jesse McFaddin — “Access Violation”

If we’re truly in our last days, Japan’s Jesse McFaddin (of nu metal trio Rize) would probably provide the penultimate swan song. “Access Violation” contains lots of pounding, hip-hoppy drums, electro guitar strums and black and white...