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Tennis, "Take Me Somewhere"

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Denver pop twosome takes to the sea.

Colorado-bred duo Tennis make breezy, simple pop jams that are perfectly suited to easy summer days spent doing stuff outside. Like, for example, playing tennis, or sailing. So the video for "Take Me Somewhere," shot on Chesapeake Bay aboard what looks to be a very nice sailboat, is an ideal fit. Directed by Ian Perlman, the footage was shot on a vintage 16mm Bolex camera, giving it a nostalgic......read more

Taken By Trees, "Dreams"

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Swedish songstress heads to Oahu's North Shore for this beautiful, gauzy new vid

Taken By Trees, the solo bliss-pop project from ex-Concretes lead singer Victoria Bergsman, just released this video for "Dreams", which matches the song's dreamy, ethereal vibe with gauzy visuals shot on the North Shore of Oahu. As the soundtrack delivers a mix of clam-shell clap beats, hushed vocals and nimble guitar plucks, director Amanda Marsalis follows Bergsman as she cruises around......read more

Caribou "Odessa"

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Winter landscapes, goats, and girls with bloody faces. Nope, it's not a death metal video.

Hazy wintry video for lead single off Caribou's upcoming album 'Swim,' out 4/20/10 on Merge Records. Epic overlay visuals by Video Marsh....read more

Telekinesis "Dirty Thing"

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Lovely tour vid for Seattle indie popsters.

Okay, so tour videos are a dime a dozen these days, but this one seems special. For starters, the Spencer Gentz-directed joint for "Dirty Thing" by Seattle's Telekinesis is just plain lovely. Marking the beginning of the band's fall tour and the release of their new EP, Parallel Seismic Conspiracies, the vid makes touring with frontman Michael Lerner look like big, nerdy fun.......read more

Stonehaven by BWGH

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Paris menswear label travels to Scotland for stunning video lookbook

We're not generally in the habit of posting advertising clips, but this one from Brooklyn We Go Hard, aka BWGH, fits nicely in SHFT's wheelhouse. For its fall/winter 2013 collection, the Paris menswear brand found inspiration in the rolling landscapes of Stonehaven, Scotland. That's where directors Adrien Landre and Julien Soulier headed to film this gorgeous video lookbook of the collection.......read more

Animal Collective "Bluish"

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Jason Oliver Goodman's appropriately bluish video for AC's "Bluish."

More than a year and a half after it was released, the Animal Collective album "Merriwether Post Pavilion" keeps on giving. The video for "Bluish" is the fourth that's come out of the record. That's no small feat in the digital era, when records tend to have the lifespan of a gnat. Directed by Jason Oliver Goodman, the vid is suitably bluish and, in typical AC form,......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

The Perennial Plate: One Minute in Mexico

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Holy tamale! Take a high-tempo tour of Mexican cuisine

Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine back at it again with another episode of our favorite food and travel series, the Perennial Plate. The new clip is a fast-paced, one-minute summary of two weeks in Mexico, and it doesn't disappoint. Covering ground from Mexico City to Hidalgo, Oaxaca to Chiapas, the traveling gourmands ate more more beans, bebidas and tamales than you can shake a stick at. A......read more

Tamaryn, "Heavenly Bodies"

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Suitably hazy visuals for dreamy new Tamaryn single

With her second LP, Tender New Signs, due next month, Tamaryn has released an appropriately hazy, color-saturated video for the very dreamy "Heavenly Bodies." In the vid, the New Zealand-born, San Francisco-based singer finds herself in some sort of hotel room flooded with projected visuals, from ocean seascapes to forest landscapes. Soon the projections become her reality and she finds herself......read more

Peaking Lights "Dream Beat"

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Directors Jordan Redaelli and Jason Miller follow a vogue-ing adventure in New York City from

Psychedelic LA act Peaking Lights released this video for "Dream Beat" from last year's dubby, brainmelting Lucifer LP. The clip is part of Urban Outfitters' music video series, in which the Philly-based retailer gives money to indie musicians to make videos. We're not mad. The husband-and-wife duo that make up the band only make a brief cameo in the video, as directors Jordan Redaelli and Jason......read more

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