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Rare

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Neat promo short for Joel Satore's new book of endangered animal portraits.

In 'Rare: Portraits of America's Endangered Species,' Sartore presents 80 iconic photographs of creatures disappearing from America’s landscape. Published with National Geographic, the book represents a lifelong commitment to the natural world and a three-year investigation into the Endangered Species Act. You can buy the book at Powell's....read more

Sigur Ros, "Eg anda"

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New clip from director Ramin Bahrani offers a grim comment on industrialization and wildlife

Icelandic dream pop heroes Sigur Ros continue their "Valtari Mystery Film Experiment" with a new video for Valtari cut "Eg anda", directed by Ramin Bahrani. Juxtaposing images of animals against clips of industrialization, the video offers some grim commentary on effects of humans on wildlife. For the film project, the band commissioned a dozen filmmakers to create music videos for tracks on......read more

SZA "Babylon"

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Baptismal video self-directed by upstart LA chanteuse

SZA has released a video for her latest track "Babylon," which will be included on her debut album Z. The clip, directed by APLUSFILMZ and SZA herself, finds the vocalist casually disrobing before submerging herself in a pond, while singing about being crucified. The baptismal visuals are an appropriate fit for the singer's breathy vocals, as well as for the the gurgling, brain-melting......read more

Julia Holter & Jib Kidder, "My Baby"

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'70s aesthetics feature heavily in new vid for woozy, country-sampling collaboration

Following the release of her excellent Ekstasis LP, esoteric songstress Julia Holter linked up with Jib Kidder (aka Sean Schuster-Craig) to produce this  wobbly, country-sampling tune that we've had on repeat all day. "My Baby" takes snippets from Kidder’s "Ringtone Cowboy," off his forthcoming Steal Guitars album, adding Holter’s dreamy vocal to the country & western......read more

Breakbot, "Baby I'm Yours"

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Wow-worthy watercolor animation by Irina Dakeva

The year-old vid for Breakbot's "Baby I'm Yours" is a wonder to behold. Irina Dakeva created the analog animation from over 2,000 individual images, each of which she painstakingly painted with watercolors, one right after another. Dakeva's energetic style has some real pop, with inventive transitions and shifting color washes that go hand-in-hand with the bouncy, French pop-disco track....read more

Kurt Vile, "Baby's Arms"

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Shot by Todd Cole on a Windows Phone

Spotted on Matablog, here's a new Todd Cole-directed video for "Baby's Arms" off Kurt Vile's great Smoke Ring for My Halo LP. Cole follows a young couple in East L.A, languidly hanging out, riding bikes, tagging, and chilling to the quiet sounds of Vile's acoustic guitar. Apparently the entire clip was shot on a Windows Phone (as part of the Windows Phone Me short......read more

Kisses Over Babylon

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The second installment of SALVO!, a 12-part music video series from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.

Kisses picks up in the same desert wasteland world, ravaged by drought. Edward is arrested by two Minors (police from Ursa Minor) for the murder of his own father, and taken to a water-labor prison. There he reunites with Brother, his long-ago friend, and rallies the prisoners to a frenzied prison break. Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros is part of LIGHTEN UP, SHFT's original series; and......read more

Phenomenal Handclap Band "Baby"

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A trip to a cabin in the woods takes a decidedly evil turn.

At first, the video for "Baby," from Phenomenal Handclap Band’s self-titled album, fits perfectly with the band's playful '70s freak jam vibe. But the sunny back-to-nature scene soon gives way to a kitschy cabin in the woods horror, complete with fake blood and dead bodies. (Is there some sort of wilderness horror zeitgeist going on in music videos right now?) ...read more

The Itty Bitty Farm in the City

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When Heidi Kooy introduced farm animals into her San Francisco garden, it entirely changed her relationship with food

Heidi Kooy already had a nice-sized, 100-square-foot vegetable garden in her San Francisco backyard when she decided to up the ante with a gaggle of hens and a couple of Nigerian dwarf dairy goats. The introduction of animals, spurred by a need to understand and control the process of food production, has entirely changed her relationship with food. "The goats provide us with the perfect amount......read more

Other Lives, "Tamer Animals"

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Wistful title track off Oklahoman band's sophomore release gets surrealistic visual treatment

Tamer Animals, the second full length from Stillwater, Oklahoma's Other Lives, is pure pastoral Americana, an organic and lovingly crafted album with a sound that that lands somewhere between The National and Fleet Foxes. Here, the cinematic title track is outfitted with a suitably dreamy and surreal video featuring humans in a miniature model city and the bandmembers with plants......read more

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