Anyone who likes this video is the Feds.
Included on last year's collaborative album Kneedelus, the thrilling instrumental was part of an overarching comment on technological singularity via a near-seamless integration of acoustic and electronic musical elements.
"I feel privileged to be attacked by ISIS because it means the message is as strong as their weapons and their violence."
If you believe in Faygo, hope, and alternative families you're going to love the first music video from ICP's new album, The Marvelous Missing Link: Found.
It's a POV-style "night with bae," complete with weed and christmas lights.
The video for Drainolith's song "Danny Kane's Blues" is monotonous, invigorating, and a little psychedelic.
Swag Toof are two rapper dudes, one from Kansas and one from Las Vegas, who've come to NYC to get real weird. This means selling an EP for $100, which comes with a letter signed in blood.
The video is for the song "Put a Head in a Head," off of the electronic artist's new album, Metalepsis.
It's a catchy, minimalist dance tune, and the new video pairs it with some found footage of weird shit, like little kids twirling ribbons and people dancing to disco.
The video for the song involves a kid getting ruthlessly capped outside of a cornerstore. If he had known it was his last snack run, would he have gotten the same munchies? Maybe he would have opted for those special-edition Sriracha Lays instead.
JMSN has already built a name for himself by popping up all over Kendrick Lamar's debut album, and this song proves that he can hold his own without Kendrick.
There are two physical bodies in this video, and they're both attractive and fun to watch together—it's like porn without the underlying cultural guilt. The song's not half bad, either.
Today, Jonas Åkerlund is known for directing Madonna's "Ray of Light" and Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi." But he got his big break with the controversial video for "Smack My Bitch Up" by The Prodigy. The director told us the story of how it came to fruition.
Watch the exclusive premiere of this melancholic video, which accompanies the Brooklyn-based experimental pop duo's new ethereal single.
It has everything an angry, violent young hospital fetishist could want in a music video.
The Creators Project talked to Factory Fifteen about their new music video "Function/Void," which explores the artful destruction of a totalitarian near-future.
Besides being salaciously entertaining, booty videos help pop stars like Jennifer Lopez revive their declining career fortunes.
On Sunday, during a ten-minute break as we were rehearsing and lighting at the Met, we made a very impromptu "music video" for Karen O in the spirit of her album. It just seemed like if you have the Opera House, that song, and Elle Fanning together, you s…
After Coolio arrived at the set, the rapper says white neighbors called the cops because they wanted him out of their neighborhood.
Olivia Wilde posed for photos while breastfeeding her child in a new magazine spread. The internet is freaking out about her side-boob, but really, who cares?
Oh, it's awkward, that thing where you get famous by telling everyone you've got a big dick, and then you end up all alone and reduced to making a concept album about your wife leaving you and your big dick behind.
"Baby Love" is a brilliant new music video combining Easter symbols—eggs, bunnies, and Jesus—with blasphemous images of an Italian porn star.
Noise-makers Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller are back. Sleigh Bells, in conjunction with The Creator's Project, produced a video for "Bitter Rivals," the first single off their forthcoming record of the same name.
The UK band Is Tropical asked our favorite photog/director Richard Kern to shoot them for their latest single, "Lover's Cave". While no one gets shot or blows a load to Hentai in this video it still includes an epic house party we'd really want to go to.