Queens of the Stone Age drop one of the more unsettling music videos of this year, featuring loads of stuffed animals, a toothed piano, and a vampire woman that’s gonna be haunting your nightmares for the next several weeks. Props to directors Kii Arens and Jason Trucco.
Catch a review for the band’s new album …Like Clockwork below:
Chicago hip hop eccentric Mick Jenkins has a new single and video out titled “Roots,” which showcases the MC’s spacey flow and clever bars. While he may be too subtle and downplayed to have a legit hit, this guy will surely blow up with those who like their hip hop verses to have a story, message, concept. Enjoy!
Sure, it’s one of my least favorite tracks from one of my favorite albums of 2013, but Daft Punk managed to put some smooth, sparkly, enticing visuals into this video for the Pharrell-fronted track “Lose Yourself To Dance.” Check the video via the embed above, and watch a review for Daft Punk’s latest record below:
Some wonderfully glitchy and strange visuals attached to this new Aleph track, “Fourth Way.” Kudos to Gero Doll on the video, and Aleph’s sonic shift from heavy pianos to thick layers of buzzing synths and complex rhythms isn’t bad either! Enjoy!
One of this year’s biggest bangers gets some pretty cool visuals thanks for director Nabil. Not much else to say other than I hope this successful single leads to more collaborations from Baauer and Just Blaze in the future. Check a review for “Harlem Shake” here.
Odd, repetitive, quirky, and playful is the new MGMT single! “Your Life Is A Lie” features a guitar riff drum beat that skips like a broken record, and is topped with lyrics that take a hilarious approach to existentialism. What’s even weirder is the video attached to this thing, which takes Internet meme-style humor to a new level of absurdity. Enjoy!
Ariel Pink and Jorge Elbrecht drop a smokey, psychedelic video for their recently released “Hang On To Life” single, which you might already know I love. The single is out now via Mexican Summer, and you can now stream the b-side below, “No Real Friend”: