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