Sometimes it’s fun to get a little visually freaked out. Here is a collection of recent clips that are strange or spooky or totally disturbing, all in wonderful ways.
This Week: South Africa’s intriguing weirdo rave / rap crew Die Antwoord bring TEN$ION; A darker, draftier Of Montreal; Blondes DIY electronica; Dr. Dog is on album number seven; Sharon Van Etton has guest spots for Beirut, The National and The Walkmen.
Real Estate just put out this comedic clip for “Easy” from their fantastic album Days, which came in as our top pick for 2011’s releases. Looks like their street team may be a touch on the aggressive side.
Sun is going down indeed – and way too soon these days. A new one from the Canadian pop trio, heavy on the reverb and the 50’s nostalgia. From this year’s debut, Violent Hearts.
Black Lips’ new single from this year’s Arabia Mountain features the Lips as a group of corrupt cops.
Electronic hyper-pop outfit Born Gold has a new clip which features a young girl taking the Jesus fever a bit far and baptizing all her friends. Wait, what are those shears for?