While the major labels are pretending to be struggling, sales are said to go down and some people even go as far as saying that ‘recorded music’ as a whole is on the decline…
Loving the old-school vector graphics style of this new video from Italian-born, London-living electronic musician Phonat. It’s rare that a video so perfectly matches the audio like this.
Check the new Thieves Like Us video “Never Known Love” for all of your classic New Order-style electropop brought into the 22nd century needs.
Gotta love that Swedish electropop. And if you don’t, gotta fall to raining blows from my truncheon, you knave. Dig the new video from Stockholm’s duo Low-Fi-Fnk.
Los Angeles’ Acid Girls are bloggers turned remixers and producers who put their money where their mouth is, producing awesome bangers at a frenetic rate. Check out the video for “Lightworks,” …
This song “Bad Apple” is maybe not the kind of jam that I would normally listen to, but the video is a truly amazing thing – all black and white shadows, animated so amazingly fluidly that I can’t figure out how it was done. Check it out.
I’m not completely sold on Wax Stag, the solo project of Friendly Fires bassist Rob Lee, but there’s no denying that this video is totally awesome.
Also known as APTBS, these guys combine industrial, new-wave and shoegaze to blistering effect. Their influences range from The Cramps to The Church to the Cocteau Twins, and the Washington Post dubbed them “the most ear-shatteringly loud garage/shoegaze band you’ll ever hear”.
I’m not exactly sure what this mashup of kids’ show Pingu and skullstep D&B is trying to accomplish, but I think it does it.
Check out this sweet new video from Breakthrough Band fave Ellie Goulding, from her debut album Lights which drops March 1st.