The music video is a sweeping new 13-minute short film that delivers, at long last, a visual accompaniment to the musical lynchpin of Tyranny, the wild debut from Julian Casablancas + The Voidz.
The music video for "B Minor" pairs Kid606's drony, ambient music with geometrical animation by artist Jeanette Bonds.
The solo project of Long Beach-based Cameron Stallones has created a strange world of psychedelic mathematics and electronics that somehow still sounds organic.
I don't really get why this band exists, but I am glad they do.
The band has visions of grotesque surgeries, Ghostbusters, interdimensional portals, and IFOs (identified flying objects).
The video is grotesque in the best way possible.
It'll make you want to dance and eat some wings.
The band's new album is a beautiful, melancholic record.
Mar 31, 2015
It takes the band's funky, pop-rock song and pairs it with creepy mental hospital visuals.
The song is a strange, catchy R&B tune that sounds like something Mac Demarco might make if he took too much ecstasy and only listened to Mary J. Blige.
Christian iconography has been appropriated by a ton of musicians lately, but Father Murphy does it right.
The Saddle Creek punk artist teamed up with the video group to make demented, seizure-inducing visuals for his song "Manufactured Crisis Control."
The new video for "Waterbed" is sulty and sexy, splicing vocalist Anthony Fammia with mood-lit vignettes of a model showered in colorful waves.
This video, for Tower II's song "Hustle and Starve," features rappers Czarquan and Shogun Ack making great use of low-key lighting as they mob around New York City.
The song on its own could easily be a straight-up club banger, but the video brings out its bizarro trip-hop weirdness.
Pour yourself a chalice of Mountain Dew Code Red, pop some pizza rolls into the oven, and LARP the night away.
In Princess Nokia's new video for the track "Young Girls," a diverse tribe of mothers, sisters, and baby girls live and play in a female-centered paradise.
The video is a pastiche of old VHS recordings from the 80s and 90s, and its the perfect thing to spend two minutes watching on a cold winter day.
The video features prominent African American men and women like Robert Glasper, Fab 5 Freddy, Feminista Jones, Ray Angry of the Roots holding up handwritten protest messages.
When singer Actually Huizenga sent us her latest music video, we knew it would include something weird, but nothing prepared us for this mix of aerobics, water, and mice.
If you don't like good old-fashioned American rock 'n' roll, green wigs, and blood, well, find something else to watch.
It's a barraging mindfuck of a song and its video may induce a flashback to that one time you accidentally smoked PCP-laced pot in high school.
Our friends Team Spirit just dropped a video from their upcoming album, Killing Time, out in two weeks. The video gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the band in the studio, which apparently consists of muppets smoking weed and meeting the devil.
Earlier this week, Avril dropped the video for her new track "Hello Kitty," a popstep number co-written by her husband, a man whose music has historically been hated by anyone who doesn't own a pick-up truck or a gun.