Battles have shared a video for La Di Da Di track "Dot Net". Directed by Ben Jones
Perfectly meandering visuals for Urmutter’s unique track “Gone Home.” Watch the video, directed by Adam Bonke
Simple yet awesome video concept created by Filip Zaluska for Rysy's "The Fib" track.
WARNING: Stroboscopic flashes ahead.
His majesty the glitch is rocketing media scene last year and as promised by Glitche (mobile application) will let you create instant videos. Meanwhile the creation of glitch videos is a destiny of elite, like Aaron Vinton and Pete Puskas who direct this 3D animated video for Ethereal and Lord Narf’s song “Bump”
"Numbers on the back of varsity jackets count down, tiny bodies walk across taut bellies, legs swing open and shut, heads roll back in ecstasy, and doppelgängers look between each other’s legs in surprise. These are just a few of the weird and wonderful animated vignettes that Ely Dagher has dreamed up to accompany a new EP from Manchester-born producer Matthew Wilcock aka Model 86 (Website). No strangers to fruitful collaboration, earlier this year Ely’s short animated film Waves ’98 scored by Model 86 went on to win a Palme D’Or at Cannes." says It's Nice That
Zola Jesus has shared a video for her Taiga single "Nail". Directed by frequent collaborator Jacqueline Castel, the clip sees Zola Jesus (Nika Roza Danilova) performing the song in the claustrophobic confines of a sensory deprivation bed.
"The video for "Nail" conceptually explores the dualistic themes of vulnerability and strength, bondage and freedom, death and rebirth in parallel to the lyrical content of the song. Performing within a custom made sensory deprivation bed built by S&M pioneers Kink Engineering, Nika was sealed between sheets of opaque black latex with a high powered shop vac for each take - a physically aggressive and demanding form of restraint that requires breathing through rubber tubing constructed within the bed. Stripped of the superfluities of the flesh, her performance reveals the surreality of the dehumanized form."
"Tame Impala have released a video for Currents cut "Let it Happen". In the video, a man freaks out in an airport and then hallucinates throughout a plane ride, imagining that his sandwich is talking to him, before the flight takes a terrifying twist. "