Breakthrough Band: Active Child

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…

Phonat “Love Hits The Fan”

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.

Lo-Fi-Fnk – Marchin’ In

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.

Acid Girls – Lightworks

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,” …

Niconico “Bad Apple”

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.

Wax Stag – And How

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.

A Place To Bury Strangers “In Your Heart”

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”.