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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

Tame Impala, "Half Full Glass of Wine"

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Rad collage-style animation by Special Problems.

Aussie psych-sters Tame Impala have put out no less than three great videos for songs off their 2010 record Innerspeaker (this one, this one, and this one), all of which nicely complement their hallucinogenic sound. But we somehow weren't aware of this superb animation that came out a couple years ago. It was created by Campbell Hooper and Joel Kefali, aka New Zealand creative studio Special......read more

G. Love & Special Sauce, "Stone Me" (Unofficial)

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Stop motion animation by London's Florence Jones

Florence Jones wasn't satisfied that one of her favorite tunes was video-less, so she did what a creative and enterprising internet user should do -- she made her own and uploaded it to the web. Laid-back Philly blues-hop trio G. Love & Special Sauce are the benefactors of her creativity, which outfits the jam with a lovingly made stop-motion treatment that nicely fits the......read more

White Ghost Shivers, "Santa's Sack"

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Mr. Claus has a special toy just for you.

If you're not listening closely, "Santa's Sack" by White Ghost Shivers sounds like another family-friendly Christmas song. Listen closer, and you realize the lyrics are slightly more, er, adult-oriented. Eric Power's mixed media animation brings the suggestive lyrical content to the forefront. Because Santa only comes once a year......read more

Tame Impala, "Elephant"

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Swirling visual effects applied to psych rock stormer

Yoshe Sodeoka must be an Aussie-phile. Fresh off applying his signature washed-out effects to a Canyons track, the New York-based director did a similar favor for their Australian psych compadres, Tame Impala. Here, Sodeoka runs live footage by Aussie creative collective The Silentlights through swirling, analogue-style effects. The kaleidoscopic effects offer a perfect visual......read more

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