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Spring To Come

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John Butler Trio

John Butler Trio proudly present their latest video for ‘Spring To Come’ the opening track from their acclaimed ‘Flesh & Blood’ album released earlier this year. Created by Jonathan Chong aka Dropbear, an amazing director and animator who has worked on a number of award winning videos such as Hudson and Troop’s Against The Grain. He enlisted the services of......read more

John Oliver on Antarctica

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Hilarious PSA to fend off tourism to the continent of melting ice

If you are among the terrible people considering going to Antarctica, John Oliver has a message for you: Don’t! And stop being so terrible! Actually, Antarctica sounds pretty cool, what with those cute penguins and that fresh water and that untouched la–wait, no. No, going to Antarctica is a bad, bad idea. Consider the environment. Or consider this PSA. Look, just go to Alaska,......read more

Eat Our Feelings

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Two hilarious girls show us how to make the best grilled cheeses

Sasha and Emma, two Brooklyn girls with a great sense of humor, teach us how to make grilled cheeses that will be the envy of all your friends.  We love these girls, who just started their cooking show two weeks ago. They're very funny, very cool, and the recipes and tips are super useful.  More EAT OUR FEELINGS PLEASE....read more

Boots "Dust"

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Moody track, video from Beyonce's mysterious producer

When Beyoncé dropped her fifth studio album out of nowhere last December, the biggest mystery of the situation was found in the liner notes, where the name "Boots" appears all over the production credits. Eventually it was uncovered that Boots is Jordy Asher, a New York musician/producer signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation. "Dust" is the first we've heard of him on his own, and it......read more

Chvrches "The Mother We Share"

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Glasgow trio share video for opening track from debut full-length, The Bones of What You Believe

Scottish electro-pop trio Chvrches released this video for “The Mother We Share," the first US single from their upcoming LP, The Bones of What You Believe. Director SJ Lee weaves spacy performance footage of the band with shots of a girl wandering the streets New York City. She seems pretty bummed on life until the surprising grand finale, when she joins the band in their lite brite world......read more

Half Moon Run, "Call Me In The Afternoon"

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Mysterious phenonema abound in this new video shot in the Oregon woods

Canadian folk trio Half Moon Run are back with a new video for "Call Me in the Afternoon," the latest single from their debut album, Dark Eyes, out now on Outside/Indica. Directed by CzÅ‚owiek Kamera (aka "human-cam"), the clip stars a woman hanging out in the forest outside Portland, OR. Some clever camera trickery reveals disembodied hands emerging from the trees and mouths in the sky......read more

Bowerbirds, "Tuck the Darkness In"

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Melancholy vibes abound in this beautiful new video for North Carolina folk trio

Bowerbirds' uniquely pastoral folk sound gets an appropriately-themed video in this clip for new single "Tuck the Darkness In." Directed by Carlos Lopez Estrada, the video finds a doe-eyed boy considering the lives of fish after he catches a couple and feels terrible about it. He goes on to observe the sea creatures in a variety of habitats, mournfully coming to terms with what he did. It's......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

Chiemgau Impressions

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Nice moody timelapse from German photographer Mario Feil.

While backing up his computer, German photographer/filmmaker Mario Feil stumbled upon some old footage he had planned to use as stock. Lucky for our eyeballs, Feil decided the shots deserved a treatment of their own. Pieced together from footage shot in the Chiemgau region of southern Bavaria (where Germany and Austria meet), it's a beautifully moody bit of video, helped generously by the......read more

Animal Collective "Brother Sport"

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Brooklyn avant-pop trio continues its streak of mind-melting music videos.

Tripped-out animation and freaky live action combine in this psychotropic nature adventure from Animal Collective. Is there a band that uses visuals better? We think not. Directed by Jack Kubizne....read more

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