17.06.15 by Staff

Music Video: Naive New Beaters “Run Away”


Fun heist video directed by Romain Chassaing and produced by Solab. Watch “Run Away” by Naive New Beaters below!

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14.06.15 by Staff

Björk “Black Lake”


The 10-minute video from Björk’s latest album, Vulnicura, can finally be seen outside Björk’s career retrospective at the MoMA. Shot in Iceland by collaborator Andrew Thomas Huang, “Black Lake” is a harrowing epic of loss and healing. Watch the full video below!

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09.06.15 by Jeff

Experience Björk’s “Stonemilker” in 360 Degree Virtual Reality


The video for Björk’s “Stonemilker” was shot in Iceland by frequent collaborator director Andrew Thomas Huang. Oh yeah, it’s also a 360° virtual reality experience, with Björk moving in and out of frame, requiring you to use the icon in the top left corner to follow her as she sings. Really cool that Youtube allows for this functionality! Try it below!

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08.06.15 by Staff

Fidlar’s Low Budget Homage to Iconic Music Videos


“40oz. On Repeat” by Fidlar pays homage to tons of iconic music videos. How many can you recognize? Watch the video below and show-off in the comments.

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08.06.15 by Staff

Trippy Video of the Day: Bird Matrix


Wonderfully bizarre video by Nic Hamilton for Actress’s exclusive DJ-Kicks track. No day is complete without some hypnotic distortions of love birds! More images and video below.

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08.06.15 by Staff

Music Video: Vince Staples “Señorita”


Directed by Ian Pons Jewell and inspired by Vince Staples’ sense that black entertainers are often regarded as kept animals, “Señorita” explores the concept of a Human Zoo. Highly cinematic, Walking Dead vibe. Watch the full video below!

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04.06.15 by Jeff

Music Video: Jain “Come”


Director duo Lionel Hirlé & Grégory Ohrel (Greg & Lio) created this video for Paris-based musician, Jain. Even though I’ve seen pretty much all of these camera tricks done in other videos before the playful vibe makes it a fun watch. Watch “Come” below.

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02.06.15 by Staff

Keita Onishi



Japanese animator Keita Onishi matches the vibe and tempo of Julien Mier and Magical Mistakes’ track, “Divide, Multiple,” perfectly. More images and full video below.

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