Two young lovers, Bret Bender and Madeleine Miller, do some hold up for living, until one has gone bad. A scary gansta find them back in their motel room…
Barbarossa aka James Mathé perfoms for big names such as José González. His influences? Stevie Wonder, D’Angelo and Levon Helm to Dirty Projectors and Sufjan Stevens.
A visual from Foals and their last album: Holy Fire. Bad Habit is a bit NSFW.
MØ, from Denmark, did a great job with Waste of time. Have a try at its related visual.
2006 – Polydor Ltd Snow Patrol is a Northern Irish and Scottish band doing alternative rock. What’s amazing about this song is that both dominate each other at [...]
2013 – Ultramarine - Paper Bag Records “Here it comes again, the beautiful, warm weather,” sings Catherine McCandless, while the Earth collapses and explosions are every where… All in [...]
2013 – Head in the dirt – Innovative Leisure Hanni El Khatib released Head in the dirt earlier this April and now gives us a funny official visual [...]
2010 – MEMORIES OF AN OLD FRIEND – Pty Limited ANGUS tries to write his love letter and expresses his hesitations with a captivating riff. In the video, [...]
2005 – MULTIPLY – Warp Records Feeling down? Well, do a little dance and smile! Even tired of every day life, he spreads his message to the world: [...]
Stereogum points to a new video from Deerhoof, this time for their cut “Breakup Songs”. The dark-themed visual stars a variety of unsettling characters, including an individual draped [...]