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Seabear "I'll Build You a Fire"

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A colorful video befitting of a dreamy, Icelandic pop jam.

Seabear is headed by Sindri Mar Sigfusson, whose solo project Sin Fang Bous really nails the Icelandic pop sound for us. "I'll Build You A Fire" is the second single off Seabear's debut LP, We Built A Fire (we have a theme here, folks). For the video, Sigfusson recruited his brother Mani to provide the visuals, and Mani came through with this colorful piece, featuring a......read more

Kathryn Calder "Slip Away"

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Absurdly adorable video for solo effort from New Pornographer.

With the help of director Dean Tzenos, Canadian indie rocker (and sometime member of the New Pornographers) Kathryn Calder put together a crazy cute video for "Slip Away," the lead single off her first album Are You My Mother? Puppet bunny protagonists share the stage with cardboard butterflies and toy spaceships. So that's cool. Check it out....read more

Crystal Fighters "In The Summer"

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Stop-motion music video goes deep into creepy-fun territory.

Equal parts dark and joyous, Tobias Stretch's video for "In The Summer," the lead single off Crystal Fighters' eponymous new album, resurrects the art of puppetry to amazing effect. Who knew slightly disturbing monsters could be so joyful?...read more

The Walkmen "On The Water"

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Suspenseful CGI video directed by Nir Ben Jacob.

The video for The Walkmen's "On The Water" begins innocently enough, with two cute bunnies hopping around a farmer's field. But the dark hues suggest foreboding, and the narrative takes a bleak turn before long. Some fantastic CGI work from director Nir Ben Jacob. ...read more

Memoryhouse, "Bonfire"

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Mesmerizing unofficial video by Jamie Harley.

"Bonfire," from Ontario, Canada-based duo Evan and Denise (aka Memoryhouse), has a hazy, ethereal feel, with feathery vocals supported by soft acoustic strumming and sparse tambourine flourishes. The Jamie Harley-directed video, featuring a blurry woman running through a field in slow-motion, suits the vibe nicely. Warning: maybe NSFW, depending on where you work....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

Delorean, "Stay Close"

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Appropriately hypnotic video for dreamy track from Delorean, Barcelona's indie dance champs.

With this recently dropped video for a lovely balearic pop jam by Delorean, Brooklyn's Weird Days add another piece to their growing portfolio of amazing-looking music vids. "Stay Close" is the lead single off Delorean's record Subiza, released in June on True Panther Records....read more

Fleet Foxes "Mykonos"

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Colored paper comes to life in animated music video by Sean Pecknold.

Created by Sean Pecknold (brother of Fleet Foxes' lead vocalist Robin), the video for Seattle folksters' "Mykonos" track uses colored paper to build vivid landscapes and bring unique characters to life. It's a meticulously produced stop motion epic. "Mykonos" is from Fleet Foxes' Sun Giant EP, released last year on Sub Pop....read more

Painting With Video

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SWEATSHOPPE's video grafitti stretches the boundaries of the artform.

In an effort to establish new platforms for public art and performance, the multimedia duo SWEATSHOPPE has developed a new interactive technology that enables them to explore the relationship between video, mark making and architecture. Dubbed "video painting", this technology allows them to essentially "paint" video onto any surface. Shooting in Queens, Brooklyn, and......read more

Greedy Boy

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Animated video by Kim Young Ha about a boy who can't stop himself from consuming.

Australian artist combines pen and paper, Photoshop, Flash and After Effects to create neatly rendered parable on the state of the planet today. ...read more

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