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Zeus "Marching Through Your Head"

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Amazing stop motion video directed by Alan Poon and Adam Makarenko.

Glorious animated representation of the great outdoors, interpreting fantastic song from Canadian indie band Zeus. What a set! ...read more

Pantha du Prince (ft. Panda Bear) "Stick To My Side"

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Sympathy for the tree people.

Looks like we can add another strange and awesome vid to the growing list of weird forest music videos getting released these days. Directed by Amaury Agier Aurel, the video for German electronic producer Pantha du Prince's song "Stick to My Side" features people in tree suits trying in vain to do normal person stuff, like eat soup. Appropriately, vocals for the track are......read more

Yoriyos "The Pied Piper"

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Pop-up book style animated video tells a story of environmental renewal.

Judging from the lyrics of this song -- and the story of its beautifully conceived video -- indie-folker Yoriyos has the same values as his dad, Yusuf Islam (formerly known as Cat Stevens). Directed and animated by Ron Winter and Jon Watts, the video is a tightly wound narrative of environmental and spiritual reawakening. Great piece....read more

Delorean, "Stay Close"

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Appropriately hypnotic video for dreamy track from Delorean, Barcelona's indie dance champs.

With this recently dropped video for a lovely balearic pop jam by Delorean, Brooklyn's Weird Days add another piece to their growing portfolio of amazing-looking music vids. "Stay Close" is the lead single off Delorean's record Subiza, released in June on True Panther Records....read more

Inlets "Bright Orange Air"

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Sublime music vid delivers poignant comment on light pollution.

As a Brooklyn resident, Inlets main man/multi-instrumentalist Sebastian Krueger knows a thing or two about light pollution. The impressionistic video for "Bright Orange Air," wonderfully crafted by Benjamin and Stefan Ramirez Perez, goes deep with the song's theme. "Bright Orange Air" appears on Inlets' debut album, Inter Arbiter, out this week on twosyllable records....read more

Black Mamba "White Woods"

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Snowy, surrealistic music vid directed by Josh Hassin.

"White Woods," the lead single off Black Mamba's first record, is a a dreamy and delicate number. With this surrealistic video, filmed in the Laguna Mountains near the Mexican border, director Josh Hasslin deftly matches the mood of the tune. If this isn't a perfect visual interpretation of a song, then we don't know what is. ...read more

Charlotte Gainsbourg "Time of the Assassins"

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Willowy chanteuse defies gravity in Big Sur.

“Time of the Assassins" is layered so deep in cultural heritage, it's surprising you can hear Charlotte Gainsbourg's breathy voice over top of it all. Let's see if we can unravel it. The song was written and produced by Beck, whose grandfather was a member of the Fluxus art movement in the '60s. Gainsbourg is the daughter of French pop icon Serge Gainsbourg. The title......read more

Bowerbirds "In Our Talons"

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Stop-motion nature spectacle directed by Alan Poon.

North Carolina new-folk trio Bowerbirds enlisted Alan Poon to direct the video for "In Our Talons," from their debut album Hymns for a Dark Horse. Poon hits it out of the park with with this stop-motion spectacle done in the style of a nature documentary. Says the director, "We explore 3 magical creatures from 3 different lands, equally beautiful yet doomed by the hand of......read more

The Walkmen "On The Water"

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Suspenseful CGI video directed by Nir Ben Jacob.

The video for The Walkmen's "On The Water" begins innocently enough, with two cute bunnies hopping around a farmer's field. But the dark hues suggest foreboding, and the narrative takes a bleak turn before long. Some fantastic CGI work from director Nir Ben Jacob. ...read more

Raveonettes "Black/White"

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Puppetry, cut outs and computer animation mixed to stunning effect by director Chris Do.

With the video for the Raveonettes' 2009 song "Black/White," Chris Do, founder of Blind, takes the theme of contrast and runs with it. Opposing forces are threaded through the narrative: love/hate, life/death, young/old, daydream/nightmare, ugliness/beauty. The dark, sparse look of the video matches the Danish duo's aesthetic perfectly. ...read more

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