A Selection Of This Week’s Best Videos. 3rd Nov.

Each week there’s a whole host of new videos released that we’d love to share with you but sadly time never permits.

However there’s no reason for us not to get to Saturday & put a few of them together into a randomly numbered list of our favourites.

Here’s this week’s list.

So what did we miss? There’s bound to be something. Let us know in the comments.

 

 

 

 

Converge: All We Love We Leave Behind – Live At The Show

AltarTV last week posted a video of Converge performing the title track from their latest record, All We Love We Leave Behind. Also Converge frontman Jacob Bannon discusses the meaning behind the song.

ZS @ 285 Kent

Love these guys & their new line up kicks ass. If constantly-evolving experi-skronk your thing, come on in. They’re a band doing something unfamiliar & unsettling & for that alone they get my my vote.

ZS @ 285 Kent from Sam Hillmer on Vimeo.

Steve Hauschildt – Interconnected

Utterly, utterly gorgeous & shimmery. Steve’s other band is the brilliant Emeralds & this is totally hypnotic & transfixing.

Steve Hauschildt РInterconnected from Sabrina Ratt̩ on Vimeo.

Rats on Rafts – Emma Sofia

As it says on the Youtube page “From the single on Louder Than War. Buy it from shop.southern.com“. Well, as they say, “If we can’t plug our own shit what can we plug?” “…tough, psychedelic, discordant guitar pop driven by a hard bass sound and some great melodies.”

Nicki Minaj – Storybook Video For Va Va Voom

Nicki as princess, evil sorceress, and wood nymph sing-rapping her way through another ‘Superbass’ rehash.

Napalm Death: Everyday Pox

How to follow up a Nicki Minaj video? No brainer really, gotta be Napalm Death who have just released a tour video for their song “Everyday Pox.” This song, of course, was off Utilitarian, one of our favourite albums of the year.

Esben and the Witch – Deathwaltz

Brighton indie kids Esben & the Witch dropped a new video this week. Titled Deathwaltz we understand it’ll feature on a new album from the band in the new year.

FIDLAR – Cheap Beer

The “fuck it dogs, life’s a risk” dudes have belted out another brilliant sliver of perfectly formed toy punk / garage rock. This track’s off their soon to be released debut S/T album, an album you’ll no doubt love to distraction if you’re a fan, say, of The Strokes or The Vaccines.

Blackdown and Pinch – Head To Head

Fascinating interview between two original dons of the dubstep scene. Comes in two parts the second of which was just released this week.

Touche Amore – Gravity Metaphorically

Awesome band, here’s Touche Amore performing a new song titled “Gravity Metaphorically” recorded at a recent show.

Gucci Mane – Crazy ft. Waka Flocka Flame

Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame celebrating Halloween with a blood splattered video for ‘Crazy’.

BEAK> – Mono

New single from Bristol band BEAK with singing & everything. The band just announced details of a tour this week. Check the dates out here.

Dark Dark Dark – Tell Me

Cracking new track from Midwestern folksters Dark Dark Dark. Just as beautiful as everything else they’ve ever done. Which is very beautiful.

Pianos Become The Teeth – New Song

Like the title says, new song from hardcore slash screamo band Pianos Become The Teeth recorded at Magic Stick in Detroit.

Jennifer Left – Diggory

Jennifer Left is from Brighton & this is the second single from the highly anticipated album ‘Hushabye’.

The Killers – Miss Atomic Bomb

Latest track to be taken from The Killers new album, ‘Battle Born’.

Castrovalva – The Blood Of An Englishman

As you know we really love these guys, all the more so having seen them live a few months. This week, especially for Halloween, they dropped this bats hit crazy video.

All words Guy Manchester. More words by Guy can be read here. He tweets as @guid0man & uses Tumblr.

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