Music videos have the capacity to make a statement if done correctly according to lyrics and the music they are accompanying. This one does just that. A song about the ‘middleman’ set to footage of Occupy Wall Street with the gritty underlying screaming, grunting, vocals of Betty White’s lead singer, Robert James. Apart from making […]
This is easily the best music video I have come across. Comprised of over-sexualised women, implied violence, and strange clips that seem to be taken from early 80s Latino TV shows, it is a visual orgy. Not to mention the killer tune that it accompanies. In the words of El Guincho: ‘The ship will take […]
Tigersushi and Excuse My French released a video for DYE’s new single, Fantasy. The song is pretty cool, but the video is soaked in awesomeness. Directed by animation wunderkind, Jérémie Périn, the video tells a tale of a group of teenagers out for a night of mischief and fun when things get weird. Fast. It’s […]
I was just introduced to this artist and video through a friend a few days ago. Since watching the video for the first time, I haven’t really been able to stop. The video is perfect. The song says it perfectly for everyone that’s ever been broken up with.
Every once and a while, a video will come along that totally does justice to the song. And then there are those who elevate the song to a whole new level. This does both. M83′s Wait might be one of the best videos I’ve seen in a long time.
Kate Bush seems to be enjoying a bit of a resurgence in popularity lately, and while this video is probably one of her least bizarre, it’s also one of her best. This song hooks me every time.
123 Forever is an awesome new single off Icelandic band Apparat Organ Quartet’s new album Pólýfónía, which is out on The Crunchy Frog label. And, yes, it’s a stop motion music video you won’t forget in a hurry.
Oh wow, I think my face just melted. This video for the Wolfgang Gartner track is about the craziest, dopest, most politically charged thing I’ve seen in a long time.
I love the new video for Rusko’s song, Everyday. What’s pretty neat about it is the way in which the happiness of the sound mixes with the sadness conveyed by the video: a deserted world in which even the fish have died on the beach, but the people still live their lives and the sun […]
Strap yourself in (literally) and take a ride on this day-glo, cartoon-themed video for the irrepressible Peaches created from the depths of director Cody Critcheloe’s imagination. But be sure to cover your ears in the pre-chorus hook. You might just hear a rather naughty word.