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  • Woman - Kesha
    Kesha is ready to make a comeback. Last year, the pop star hopped on a new version of Zedd’s “True Colors,” and we recently reported that she was recording new music with Eagles Of Death Metal. And now, after spending years unable to release any music and fighting an ongoing legal battle against her allegedly abusive producer and label boss Dr. Luke, she seems to be a...
  • Tyrant - Kali Uchis
    The video for the recent single from Kali Uchis featuring Jorja Smith — the it-girl singing on “Get It Together” from Drake’s Much Life — drops today. The colorful video is directed by Helmi and features a wide range of special visual effects. Opening with Uchis cast in a saturated cotton candy-colored twilight, the clip features ’80s-inspired fashion, a scene emulati...
  • Don't Call Me - Tokimonsta
    TOKiMONSTA, the inventive LA producer born Jennifer Lee, just released her excellent Yuna collab “Don’t Call Me,” a song that manages to merge elements of a low-key R&B kiss-off and a maximalist trap production without clashing. Today we present the song’s video along with news of a new album, Lune Rouge, and a world tour. The album is named for the “red moon” phenome...
  • Prey - Stevie Parker
    Dave Bullivant, aka Bison, makes a haunting and peculiar greyscale video for Stevie Parker. Created using 3D mapping, but not building the base layer, the video is an ethereal performance from Parker where depth is implied through the fuzzy shadows that surround her. With one multicoloured character sprinting through the otherwise desaturated world, there's a sense of...
  • Bridge Over Troubled Water - Artists For Grenfell
    Artists for Grenfell: 5 After Midnight, Angel, Anne-Marie, Bastille, Brian May – Queen, Carl Barât – The Libertines, Craig David, Deno, Donae’o, Dua Lipa, Ella Eyre, Ella Henderson, Emeli Sandé, Fleur East, Gareth Malone & The Choir for Grenfell, Geri Halliwell, Gregory Porter, James Arthur, James Blunt, Jessie J, Jessie Ware, John Newman, Jon McClure – Reverend and t...
  • Runnin' - John.K
    With depth that accompanies wisdom, the grit of anxiety and influences of yesteryear’s troubadours, enter JOHN.k. A singer-songwriter whose artistry spins on a luminous axis of voice and soul, ‘Runnin’ is the first single off JOHN.k’s forthcoming full-length LP and this is merely the beginning. The single was featured on NYLON and immediately added to numerous Spotify...
  • Let Go - Mic Torrance
    Let Go is an ode to "making it" and fighting for finding your true personality. Mic opens the first verse with a visual of a girl who is not happy with her current position in life and wants to do so much more with the talent she has but finds herself stuck. The song addresses social pressure as well as a certain fear of failure and that the only way to find out if so...
  • Further - Tops
    Earlier this month, TOPS released their great new album, Sugar At The Gate — which we named one of the best of the year so far — and today they’ve shared a video for early single “Further.” It was directed by the band’s own Jane Penny and features her staring intensely into the camera with a pop of pastel yellow as her lovely coos soundtrack the relationship between t...
  • The Glow - Sylvan Esso
    Earlier this year, Sylvan Esso released their sophomore album, What Now, and today they’ve shared a video for “The Glow,” a track from it that was (at least partially) inspired by the Microphones album of the same name. (Choice lyrics: “Walking back from the show with my heart in echo/ So alone in the snow and Phil singing just to me only.”) The video, which was direc...
  • Oya - Isomers
    We are not responsible for the dreams that find us. What's important is recognizing which is ours and taking them by the horn. The Isomers capture a battle that confronts each of us everyday, in the song "OYA". The battle of finding ourselves. Now comes the official music video, the very first from The Isomers. "Let's now begin... Our thoughts, our only limits." Enjoy...
  • Best Behavior - Cruels
    Cruels and Phil Good are on their Best Behaviour with this one! It’s an amazing pop tinged record, bringing attractive vocals and a catchy flute that will be stuck in your head forever. The future bass influenced drop perfectly fits the authentic voice of Phil Good, making this a song to remember!...
  • I Still Wanna Know - RAC
    Meet the world's worst mailman. This guy seems incapable of doing his job properly – but has a lot of fun (not) doing it. Nor does his utterly irresponsible behaviour go down too well in his particular part of suburbia - until he hooks up with RAC to deliver a rocking guitar solo on I Still Wanna Know, bringing the party to the neighbourhood. Claire Marie Vogel direct...
  • Shell - Charlotte OC
    Vicky Lawton helms a video for Charlotte OC that doubles as a drama class. Shot in a large warehouse space, words appear on the floor, on cards and elsewhere - Sweet, Anger, Strong, Weak, Powerless, Passionate - prompting Charlotte to assume different emotions during her performance of Shell. This not only works well with the idea behind the song, that Charlotte has b...