Watch Nick Jonas’s new music video, “Chains”, starring the beautiful Dylan Penn.


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London-based electronic duo Groove Armada have been in the game a dog’s age, but it’s nice to see that their steez is still banging. Check out the video for the new single, “Paper Romance.”

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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.

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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. 

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If you haven’t heard of Kutiman yet, you’re in for a huge treat. The highly talented DJ uses YouTube as his instrument, crafing amazing songs out of people’s self-recorded solo instrument videos. Check the track “I’m New”.

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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.

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How else do you explain this clip by Die Antwoord? This had better not be a joke. I don’t think my heart could stand it. Rhyme-busting starts at about 45 seconds in.

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Here’s the new video from San Francisco band Girls, called “Morning Light.” It rules, unsurprisingly.

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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”.

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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.

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William Michael Griffin Jr. or as you know him, Rakim. Born in Wyandanch, NY today in 1968, Rakim became one of the most influential, skilled, and all-around badass rappers ever. In case you need a refresher, here’s “I Ain’t No Joke” from 1987’s classic album, Paid In Full.

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You can say what you want about KRS-One’s post-BDP work, but you can’t deny that this takedown of the autotune movement is an absolutely crushing song. Hip-hop needs less robots.

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