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Bookyard: Massimo Bartolini's Urban Garden Library

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Outdoor book installation in Belgium offers reading material in open air

If one gauges the success of a public art project by its ability to make people think, then this one from Italian artist Massimo Bartolini is definitely a win. Erected in Ghent, Belgium as part of TRACK art festival, "Bookyard" consists of a a set of twelve green bookcases installed on the grounds of a vineyard, mirroring the grapevine rows. All books are for sale and visitors can bring home a......read more

Tweedy "Summer Noon"

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First-time director Allison House created this chill animated complement to standout from 'Boyhood' soundtrack

Tweedy, the new project from Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer, is making internet waves this week for its hilarious, star-studded "Low Key" video. The newly released video led us to this earlier video for "Summer Noon," a supremely infectious tune featured on the Boyhood soundtrack. In the animated clip, created by first-time director Allison House, a lone red balloon drifts through......read more

Emilie Nicolas "Grown Up"

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Old home movie footage adds nostalgic visuals to a haunting track

André Chocron's video for "Grown Up," a haunting track from Norwegian up-and-comer Emilie Nicolas, is a perfect example of the music video magic that can be pulled off with found footage. Made entirely using 8mm footage from Nicolas's childhood holidays, the grainy, light-washed visuals add a nostalgic element to the 25-year-old Norwegian singer's haunting, melancholic voice. A......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

Sally Seltmann "Catch of the Day"

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Aquatic animation for a bright, bubbly track by Sally Seltmann

Sally Seltmann, the Aussie songstress formerly known as New Buffalo, recruited fellow Melbourne artist Isobel Knowles to create an animated video for "Catch of the Day"--the second single off Seltmann's upcoming release Hey Daydreamer. Taking a literal interpretation of the song's lyrics, Knowles knocked it out of the park with this cute-as-hell animation of an underwater tropical universe. All......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

Appaloosa "Fill The Blanks"

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Gauzy synth-pop track gets suitable (if slightly absurd) clip from director Raphaelle Chovin

Appaloosa frontwoman Anne Laure Keib does her best Nico impersonation on "Fill the Blanks," her German baritone wobbling atop the track's gauzy, propulsive production. The song, one of the catchier highlights off Johnny Jewel's excellent After Dark 2 compilation, now has a suitably hazy video from director Raphaëlle Chovin, who catches a white-dressed Keib wandering through the woods,......read more

Boards of Canada "Reach for the Dead"

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Scottish downtempo giants return from 8-year absence with a new track and vid

It's been eight years since the last official Boards of Canada release. Finally, after a long, patience-testing album reveal, we get a taste of upcoming album Tomorrow's Harvest, out June 10 in the UK and June 11 in the U.S. via Warp. The dark, slow-building "Reach for the Dead" comes complete with gorgeous visuals directed by photographer Neil Krug (previously), who was also......read more

Sohn, "Bloodflows"

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A fantastic future R&B track gets a simple yet effective video, courtesy of Christian Pitschi

It's been a busy 2013 for SOHN, the rising, Vienna-via-London R&B act who earned plaudits for his performance at SXSW and recently signed with 4AD. His clicky, percussive track "The Wheel" had the music blogs going nuts a while back. "Bloodflows" is similarly awesome, and now it has a video to call its own. Directed by Christian Pitschl, the clip's concept is as basic as they come: it's just......read more

J. Viewz, "About The Sea"

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Woozy track from Brooklyn producer gets animated video courtesy of director Clement Picon

Brooklyn-based producer J. Viewz (aka Jonathan Dagan) is building a nice little portfolio of videos for songs off his Rivers and Homes LP. The first, for the eponymous lead single, featured 300 still frames contributed by fans then animated into an ingenious clip. Now we have a new one for "About The Sea" from director Clement Picon, who has clearly been too busy making cool animations to update......read more

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