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Still Corners, "Into The Trees"

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Shimmering, cinematic vid for upstart dream-pop foursome from London

In this swirling new video for "Into The Trees" from UK's Still Corners, director Ollie Murray serves up a literal interpretation of the song's title. Murray takes some beautiiful found nature footage, with cameos from a bear, a deer, and a waterfall, and juxtaposes it against kaleidoscopic shots of the band members doing performing the song. It's a dreamy clip, one that goes perfectly with the......read more

Korallreven, "Sa Sa Samoa"

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Mysterious new video for blissed-out track featuring Julianna Barwick

On "Sa Sa Samoa," the pure pop bliss of Sweden's Korallreven gets augmented by the equally ethereal vocal loop stylings of Julianna Barwick. Director Filip Nilsson gives the transcendent, hymnal song a fittingly haunting video treatment, in which a scraggly-bearded fellow in a nice rain slicker carries around a mysterious box. We've got gorgeous natural landscapes, twinkling......read more

SHFT Pop Up with pureDKNY

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Adrian, Peter and Angela break it down.

From the better-late-than-never files, here's some footage from the SHFT popup store/gallery that we presented with pureDKNY in New York late last year. Watch as SHFT honchos Adrian Grenier and Peter Glatzer, along with eco-minded mega-babe Angela Lindvall, give the low-down on the project where art meets commerce in a sustainable frame. Lots more SHFT events like this to come, stay tuned....read more

Pop Pop Bang

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An ingenious, umbrella-based riff on B-movies by Thomas Brown and Anna Burns

For creative collaborators Thomas Brown and Anna Burns, umbrellas are more than mere protection from the rain and classic symbols of "Britishness." They are also exploding canvases for one of the coolest video projects we've seen in a while. In "Pop Pop Bang," an installation set in idyllic English locations, the artists riff on masculine B-movie imagery, using umbrellas......read more

Shwood Skateboard Shades

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Broken skate decks upcycled into stylin' sunglasses

Oregon-based eyewear innovators Shwood hooked up with the HUF skate team in pursuit of Shwood's latest design experiment: shades made from broken skateboard decks. The results, shaped entirely in Shwood's woodshop, are a one-of-a-kind pair of sustainable sunglasses, crafted purely out of curiosity. We'd love to see these hit the market. From Shwood: A simple experiment with nature. Born from......read more

Edward Sharpe, "Up From Below" (Live Acoustic)

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The Magnetic Zeros let the good vibes roll in Mexico.

Thank you, Internet. Sometime in March, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros piled into their biofuel powered converted school bus and headed south to Mexico. A month later, we're presented with this video of Alex Ebert's 11-member ensemble of merry hippies performing an acoustic rendition of "Up From Below," live from a Yucatan jungle. Such is the speed of the web, and one of the......read more

Come Back Around - Strange Babes

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And now, here's a bit of psychodelic pop to brighten up your day.

Shot in LA on 16mm cross processed Color Reversal film then using different markers, inks and paints we hand drew the animation right onto the physical film.  Dir. Sam Kristofski @kristofski Animation: Foothead foothead.net...read more

Watch a Plasticine Animation About Population Explosion

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'Crowded' is a dystopian story of our jam-packed planet

With the global population at 7.2 billion and growing at a rate of almost 400,000 people a day (!), overpopulation is as timely a topic as ever. London-based artists Andrew Khosravani and Cristina Florit Gomila explore the issue in "Crowded," a stunner of a stop-motion animation created almost entirely in plasticene. Over a year in the works, the piece represents the pair's desire to explore the......read more

The Drums "Magic Mountain" Video

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Sunny indie pop duo shows off darker side

"Magic Mountain," the first new song by The Drums in three years, displays a more in-your-face sound than fans may have come to expect from the indie pop duo. The new video for the track, directed by the band themselves, is equally offbeat. Shot by Gorjan Lauseger, the black-and-white video finds the pair deep in the wilderness, with Drums' frontman Jonny Pierce donning armour and wielding a Game......read more

Erlend Oye "Garota"

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Norway's alt-pop king finds (and loses) love on tour in Seoul, South Korea

Erlend Øye, best known as one half of Kings Of Convenience and as the former leader of Whitest Boy Alive, has recorded a new solo album with Icelandic reggae group Hjalmar. This newly released song and video give us a picture of what to expect. Harkening Sade, the sophisticated funkiness of "Garota" is a far cry from the folky sounds of KoC, the only constant being Øye's......read more

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