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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

Dream Lake "Fired Up!"

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Stockholm-based cuo creates self-produced dream pop

In the video for "Fired Up!," a mercurial number from Swedish duo Dream Lake, director Giancarlo Mitidieri captured atmospheric footage at three different locations in Stockholm - not the least of which is the beautiful Skogskyrkogården, the largest cemetery in Sweden. The folks featured on-screen, however, are not the artists, who told us that they wanted to engage the......read more

Porcelain Raft, "Drifting In and Out"

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Hazy, meditative new video self-directed by Mauro Remiddi

The new video for "Drifting In and Out" from Mauro Remiddi -- aka Italian electro-pop maestro Porcelain Raft -- goes heavy with the smoke machine, harkening late nights at the club when your favorite song comes on. A bit of found footage and translucent dissolves of the singer round out the visuals. Honestly, the track itself is buzzy and dissonant enough on its own, so the hazy dry ice effects......read more

High Places, "Altos Lugares"

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Eerie self-directed video from LA's hazy new wave duo

LA art-pop duo High Places just dropped this new video for their propulsive "Altos Lugares" ("High Places" in Spanish, clever!) off their forthcoming LP. The self-directed bit features bandmembers Rob Barber and Mary Pearson traipsing in ghostlike form around Spahn Ranch, where Charles Manson and Family once lived. High places indeed.  Original Colors is out October 11th......read more

Sufjan Stevens, "All For Myself"

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Stop motion video directed by Matt and Julie Walker.

For us, Sufjan Stevens' sensitive indie-pop conjures images of dudes in tight brown cords and chunky black glasses sipping kombucha and burning incense. Thankfully, Matt and Julie Walker (aka Tiger in a Jar)'s visual interpretation of his music is far more creative. The duo's stop-motion video for "All For Myself," off Sufjan's latest LP Adz of the World, involves a Tyrannosaurus lumberjack who......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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