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After Death Grips announced its break up back in July, everyone did post-mortem think pieces, praising the bands anarchistic ways or condemning perceived publicity stunts. So it’s easy to forget the chaotic noise-rap outfit still has a new album coming out. The music video for Inanimate Sensation dropped today and it’s just as fucked up and […]

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Electronic artist Holly Herndon is continually breaking new ground, both musically and through her innovative, jarring videos. For her new track “Home,” perhaps her catchiest song to date, she stares blankly towards the camera, mouthing the words that appear in a black box in the lower right corner. The anti-surveillance sentiment of the video, which was […]

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In one of the best narrative music videos we’ve seen in a few years, here’s Hot Sugar‘s melancholy “The Forest Nymph That Lives Behind The School.” Directed by Hot Sugar aka Nick Koenig himself, the video follows a young school kid through his oppressive daily tedium until he finally goes down that path in the […]

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“Pro Anti Anti” is the latest of Liars’ art-centric music videos. Previously, they’ve used the open source #RGBDToolkit for “The Exact Color of Doubt” and artist Ian Cheng’s visuals for “Brats.” This time, director Yoonha Park created realistic, layered wax casts of Angus Andrew and Aaron Hemphill’s faces using 3D-scanning software and various mechanized and manual processes. It all […]

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Brandon Cronenberg (Antiviral) directed this music video for Animalia’s “Stifling,” working with cinematographer Karim Hussain. The video features a cast of one, along with throbbing projections of a face superimposed on a face, light tricks reminiscent of Henri-Georges Clouzot’s unfinished, avant garde Inferno, cheeks pressed on glass, goo-drooling and tinted light. Cronenberg Jr makes a singer singing a song look hypnotic, with heavily stylized […]

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Artists Kim Asendorf and Ole Fach (Gay Check Online, Fuji Cannon) have collaborated on a song about a uberhacker impervious to the NSA, Google, Facebook and all other nefarious entities spying on your personal data, because he is “invisible on the internet, lalalala.” Enjoy the video above and download the mp3 here. Happy Monday. Here are the lyrics, translated into […]

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Artist Vibeke Bertelsen has created a3D virtual sculpture for a song by electronic producer Zack Christ. Entitled “The Valley of Uncanny,” the interactive animation depicts two human heads attached at the back. The sculpture is sound-responsive, morphing and mutating in an unsettling way along with the music, as you rotate it to view from different angles. Bertelsen […]

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This morning, the New York based multi-media design collective Eyebodega (Rob Chabebe, Joe Perez) premiered the music video “When I Look” for electronic artist Bobmo. The video features vintage internet-influenced psychedelic 3D visuals, which Eyebodega made in a trans-Atlantic collaboration with UK artist Michael Willis, a former member of Euopean artist collective Panther Club. Chabebe told ANIMAL that […]

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Here’s a beautiful new music video by emerging artist vincemckelvie, full of hot pink dilating orbs, reflective 3D cards and abstract pounding landscapes. Check out “Hhhoneyyy” here. The music is by James Deen. The music artist. Not that James Deen. (Image: Prosthetic Knowledge) […]

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“Used to be my main bitch, now she’s just a follower …” Yung Jake (“Datamosh,” “e.m-bed.de/d,” and the Larry David rap song) has just performed his latest song “Unfollow” at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. Click to watch the music video above. It’s his slickest video yet. And it’s very sensitive. (“Now it’s over… like a […]

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