Mujuice - La La Land

The most talented Russian electronic composer and musician Roma Litvinov best known as Mujuice is back with a new acid trippy music video released to support new album Planetarium

This video is made out of bits and pieces of my trips and experiences. There is no specific narrative, — all of it is made from scraps of what I filmed in LA and along the Pacific coast. I like working with scattered materials, putting them together again and again like pieces of the puzzle.

Panda Bear - Boys Latin

After one first single, simply titled "Mr. Noah" the panda is back with the trippy ‘Boys Latin’. The video directed by Isaiah Saxon and Sean Hellfritsch is an anime shows a dude having some kind of pixellated flowers growing on him. Panda Bear‘s first solo album, Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper will be out in January 2015.

Röyksopp - Skulls

"Skulls" was the first track taken from the album "The Inevitable End", a song that comes with an invitation and a stark warning, set amongst squelchy bass lines and filtered synths. Norwegian director and long time collaborator Stian Andersen made the haunting black and white film that accompanies the song.

It follows the ominous journey of Svein and Torbjørn with friends and 83 year-old Adolf into dark woods and dark places.



Black Atlass - Jewels directed by Woodkid

Black Atlass 'JEWELS' video Directed by Yoann Lemoine (aka Woodkid who announced his gap year from music but still doing epic direction and photography)Get Black Atlass " YOUNG BLOODS " Ep here!

The Fader Magazine: "Speaking to this idea, director Yoann Lemoine described his creative process for us: "I used a DIY 3D scan system that rebuilds models from multiple still images, and what we call camera mapping, and played with this material in my computer. The reality pictured in this video only exists in the computer I used to create the piece. I loved the idea of humans golden like objects, like pieces of furniture. I treated them with the same precious care we treat Jewels. I wanted to question the limits of incarnation, of organic versus digital, creating a piece that was equally beautiful and intense. Equally organic and digital." citing The Fader

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OK GO - I Won't Let You Down

When I hear "Ok Go just released new video", I stop doing anything I was doing before and rush to the screen. Bless their cameraman and creators OK GO did it again! "This time the Chicago four-piece are on board motorised Honda unicycles for a routine performed with colourful umbrellas and hundreds of extras. It was captured in one single shot at Japan's Chiba Prefecture using a custom "multi-copter camera". Singer Damian Kulash and Kazuaki Seki directed the video, with creative direction by Morihiro Harano." via DT

Brunettes Shoot Blondes - Knock Knock

What happens when a band gets its hands on six iPhones, four iPads, one iPod and three MacBooks? Ukrainian musicians Brunettes Shoot Blondes used their collection of Apple hardware to tell a story "Knock Knock" about an adorable big-eared creature jumping around the screens to catch up with a girl who doesn’t seem to be very fond of him — at first, at least. via


SBPCh - Nelzya Skazat Koroche

Russian psychedelic electronic band SBPCH (new album) has teamed up with director Pavel Samokhvalov for a wild 3D ping pong experiment. Filled with bouncing emoji’s, golden statues and a lot of magenta, this film was made little to no budget. Samokhvalov: “Everyone worked on the idea - my friend Andrey Artemov, designer of Walk Of Shame, was a costume designer, Liza Serpova is a model who came straight from London just to run in front of the camera, Dima Pustovoytov made a 3D pearl sea and the editor Max Kolodiets managed to get inside my mind and organize all the chaos there.” via Dazed

M83 - Lower Your Eyelids To Die With The Sun

Watch A Never-Before-Seen Music Video From Reliable Dreamscaper M83. On August 25, M83’s label, Mute Records, will reissue the band’s beloved first three albums M83, Dead Cities, Red Seas and Lost Ghosts and Before the Dawn Heals Us, none of which have ever been available on digital platforms like iTunes and Spotify. To celebrate the rerelease, watch a never before released video for Before The Dawn Heals Us’ closing epic “Lower Your Eyelids to Die with the Sun” below. via Buzzfeed

Royksopp & Robyn - Monument

The new music video for Röyksopp and Robyn's "Monument" is a cosmic voyage through other worlds and dimensions, centered around an illuminated ceremony. In the seven-minute clip, the viewer floats above and around the Scandinavian pop legends, inspiring the feeling of a gravityless realm—all thanks to a specialized spider camera. "It's about exploring the space around you and finding your own space in it all," says director Max Vitali. Read more on the Creators Project

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