20.08.13 by Jeff

Cosmo Sheldrake “The Fly Part 2″

Cosmo Sheldrake The Fly Part 2

Cosmo Sheldrake coming to you from the back of a wagon in Bulgaria. Watch the video below!

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14.08.13 by Jeff

Just Blaze & Baauer “Higher”

Just Blaze & Baauer Higher music video
Just Blaze & Baauer Higher music video
Just Blaze & Baauer Higher music video

This is definitely one of my favourite videos this year! Nabil delivers another stunning video, this time for Just Blaze and Baauer’s “Higher” (a track I used in the Booooooom Trap Mix that Soundcloud pulled). Watch below!

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09.08.13 by Jeff

MGMT “Your Life Is A Lie” Music Video

MGMT Your Life Is A Lie music video directed by tom kuntz

MGMT Your Life Is A Lie music video directed by tom kuntz

MGMT Your Life Is A Lie music video directed by tom kuntz

MGMT returns with a highly entertaining video for “Your Life Is A Lie”, directed by Tom Kuntz. Watch it below!

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01.08.13 by Jeff

The Naked and Famous “Hearts Like Ours” Music Video

The Naked and Famous Hearts Like Ours music video

Campbell Hooper directs another one for The Naked and Famous. Watch “Hearts Like Ours” below!

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11.07.13 by Jeff

Diana “Perpetual Surrender”

Diana Perpetual Surrender music video by Jesse Yules
Director Jesse Yules serves up another gorgeous video using folded paintings and mirrors. Bit of a darker vibe near the end. Watch “Perpetual Surrender” below!

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11.07.13 by Jeff

Mount Kimbie “You Took Your Time” (featuring King Krule)

Mount Kimbie You Took Your Time featuring King Krule official video
Another beauty directed by Marcus Soderlund, this time for Mount Kimbie. Loved his video for Miike Snow (see here). Watch “You Took Your Time” below!

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05.07.13 by Jeff

Phoenix “Trying To Be Cool”

Phoenix Trying To Be Cool music video directed by CANADA
This is my early pick for video of the year (and possibly the last few years). Director collective CANADA teamed up with The Creators Project for one of the most ambitious music videos in recent memory. The footage was captured live, by two separate film crews, and the shots continuously alternate between the two crews.

A countdown clock is visible in many of the shots, it was used to tell each crew how long they had to film their scene while the other prepared to capture the next. This concept is pure madness, and I love the energy in the final product because of it.

Watch Phoenix’s “Trying To Be Cool” below!

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