Videos

Gaze Upon Jamie xx’s Haunting, Spherical ‘Gosh’ Video

On June 2, Jamie xx will release his long-simmering In Colour, a profoundly comprehensive look at the xx musician's history, influences, and future that features appearance…
By: Brennan Carley / April 27, 2015

Hot Chip Imitate ’80s Video Games on Lyric Video for ‘Burning Up’

U.K. danceniks Hot Chip have shared the lyric video for a new track, "Burning Up." Though the thoughtful, Auto-Tuned slow jam arrives in advance of their sixth…
By: Harley Brown / April 27, 2015

Eden Sela Practices Performance Art in Eerie ‘I Know You Got a Woman’ Video

Long-limbed singer-songwriter Eden Sela eschews the easy route for her new video for the spooky ballad "I Know You Got a Woman" (taken from her…
By: Rachel Brodsky / April 9, 2015

Fractures’ Alt-R&B Spawns a Domestic Cold War in ‘Won’t Win’ Video

If you don't yet know Melbourne resident Mark Zito, now's a pretty good time for an good look into the singer/producer's heart and soul. Recording…
By: Chris Martins / June 26, 2014

Watch Le1f, in a Kilt, Strut His Best ‘Wut’ on ‘Letterman’

Le1f's network-TV debut was a long time coming. He handled it like he'd been there before. The New York rapper's music has been rattling around…
By: Marc Hogan / March 14, 2014

Watch Twin Shadow Dumpster-Dive for SXSW

George Lewis Jr. is known for many things. Among them: His Twin Shadow alias, his love of synth-powered melodrama, his talent for covering other artists'…
By: Kyle McGovern / March 13, 2014

Watch Beck’s Low-Key ‘Fallon’ Performances

Good news for Morning Phase-ists (just don't pronounce that like Thurston Moore). Beck stayed up late — or at least until Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show taping…
By: Marc Hogan / March 13, 2014

Watch Damon Albarn Introduce Blithe ‘Mr. Tembo’ on ‘Kimmel’

Damon Albarn's character songs have grown up with him. "Mr. Briggs," "Colin Zeal," "Tracy Jacks," "Ernold Same," "Dan Abnormal," "Yuko & Hiro" — in Blur'…
By: Marc Hogan / March 13, 2014

Watch Three Grannies Analyze Beyonce’s Serfbort

Okay, so it's not exactly a new idea, but without getting too deep into the sociological implications thereof, there's something evergreen about watching older folk…
By: Chris Martins / March 12, 2014

Rebecca Black Writer Returns With a Chinese Song About Flying Cars

No doubt inspired by the success of his cultural milestone "Chinese Food," songwriter Patrice Wilson — the evil genius who also penned Rebecca Black's "Friday"…
By: Dan Reilly / March 12, 2014
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