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“Color Separated” is a new music video for Swedish electrofunk producer Beem,  directed and animated by Sam Rolfes (profiled in ANIMAL’s Artist Notebook here). Click to play above, in all its gyrating, moshing, dayglo-horror glory. “The vid was created over a month of tearing apart the gnarled 3D objects and environments that litter my hard drive from previous […]

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From the YouTube channel that brought us gloriously swinging scrotum and BHQF’s “how to” art, here’s a “Bugz” from Berlin-based Low Concept. MOCAtv explains that Low Concept is a joint Ville Haimala (Renaissance Man, Millennium) and Daniel Fisher (Physical Therapy) “attempt to make literally low concept, functional music for the dancefloor.” What’s the roaches? Why is one of […]

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David Bowie and Mick Jagger “Dancing in the Street” is a true classic of bromance and whimsy in the original form. But this “musicless musicvideo” from Mario Wienerroither sans music and singing plus folly effects is something else. It really brings out the nuances of their gangly gyrations, coordinated butt wiggling and, of course, David Bowie descending […]

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South African provocateurs Die Antwoord just released a video for the single “Pitbull Terrier,” off their upcoming album Donker Mag. Ninja stars as a horrifying, seemingly indestructible dog-faced man who goes around terrorizing various innocent civilians, running up walls, and, at one point, jumping into a pile of flaming garbage, returning unscathed. When it looks like […]

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Today we got a new video from Robyn and Röyksopp’s upcoming mini-LP collaboration Do It Again. The black and white video for the Swedish dream team’s electro-jam “Sayit” follows in the footsteps of artists like Kirin J. Callinan and Yung Jake, with a series of gif-like video clips and glitchy art by Johan Söderberg and Miguel Angel Regalado. […]

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Tom Scharpling directed the music video for Real Estate’s “Crimes,” which, if you’re at all familiar with his work, should be enough incentive to start watching now. If not, consider that the plot centers around a group of zombie skateboarders who start at 5050 Skatepark, then roam around the city on the hunt for “blood and erotic […]

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Odonis Odonis are a great noisy industrial/punk band from Toronto, and their new video, for “Order in the Court,” features visuals ripped from the Early Netherlandish master of evil himself, Hieronymus Bosch. The Lee Stringle-directed clip brings paintings like The Garden of Earthly Delights and Christ Carrying the Cross to life, animating their characters and scenery in time […]

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A few seconds after starting The Pains of Being Pure at Heart’s new video for “Simple and Sure,” you’ll wonder whether you’re watching some kind of video looping or a group of people performing the same small gestures over and over. A few seconds after that, you’ll be pretty sure that yes, these are just shots of […]

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To create the video for Gabriel Garzón-Montano’s “Everything Is Everything,” filmmakers Santiago Carrasquilla and Joe Hollier shot footage, played it back on an iPad, scanned the iPad screen, then animated those individually-scanned frames together. The resulting clip occupies a pleasing middle space between analog and digital, with warm, inviting shots interrupted by disarming glitches and splashes of color. […]

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The new music video from NC indie rock lifers Superchunk was shot in Shea Stadium, and features a slew of guest appearances from members of local bands like Aye Nako, Weird Womb, and Ava Luna. It’s a nice tribute to our city’s rock scene. Shout out to Jon Benjamin and Jon Glaser’s turns as douchey […]

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