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.
Trash Talk – F.E.B.N.
Trash Talk are now not only on Odd Future’s record label but they’re also employing the services of the label’s boss, Tyler the Creator, as director of their video.
TOY – ‘Lose My Way’
We’ve covered TOY quite a lot on here, including this interview / live review. They have a new release out in just over a week & this video serves as a trailer for that.
Frightened Rabbit – State Hospital
Last week Frightened Rabbit released a video for the title track from a soon to be released EP called State Hospital. The EP’s due to drop on 25th Sept & will be typically Frightened Rabbit brilliant no doubt.
Aba Shanti-I & Dubkasm – Victory
Last week we closed this feature with a track for Notting Hill Carnival. Here’s a snippet of a track Dubkasm played during their set at that festival. Dubkasm have a new album out soon & frankly release day can’t come close enough for me.
Sleigh Bells – End of the Line
Another track taken from Reign of Terror gets the video treatment, this one directed in part by the bands Derek. Mmmm, moody times.
Deadmau5 ft. Gerard Way – Professional Griefers
Deadmau5’s new music video for “Professional Griefers” was released last week & features Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance & some big electronic mice involved in biffta’s.
Kim Gordon: We Need a Pussy Riot
Coheed and Cambria – Domino the Destitute
Coheed and Cambria announced details of a new album to be released later this year (8th Oct) last week. The video below is a sneek peek of what to expect from it.
E-40 “Function (Coast to Coast Remix)”
Awesome video from the guy, E-40, who’s singlehandledly keeping ratchetry alive in the West.
Chrome Canyon – Elemental Themes
A short mix of each of the 12 tracks off Morgan Z’s new album Elemental Themes which we reviewed here.
Obey The Brave – It Starts Today
The Canadian metalcore band that features ex-members of Despised Icon & Blind Witness this week dropped a video for a track from their recently released album Young Bloods.
Woodpecker Wooliams – Sparrow
‘Sparrow’ is taken from Woodpecker Wooliams imminent new album ‘The Bird School Of Being Human’ & is wholly, completely & utterly wonderfully addictive.
Illum Sphere – H808ER
Illum Sphere is set to release a new single, ‘Birthday’ on September 3rd. Here’s the b-side.
Sic Alps – Glyphs
First release off Sic Alps soon to be released self-titled album.
Bob Dylan – Duquesne Whistle
Duquesne Whistle, (Dylan, Robert Hunter)”Â¨ is the first single from Bob Dylan‘s new album, ‘Tempest’.
DJ Q – More Than You
“Adrenalin charged baseline house” to quote from Fact. This kind of shit definitely wasn’t going down in Huddersfield during the two years I was living there.
Converge – “Aimless Arrow”.
New video from the hardcore band sees a wee lad running from a speeding arrow. Frenetic stuff & rather good.
Blood Red Shoes – In Time To Voices
Blood Red Shoes official video for the single In Time To Voices, directed by Craig Murray.
DJ Yoda ft Action Bronson & Alice Russell – Big Trouble in Little China
New video from rapper Action Bronson, a cut off Chop Suey, his next album, due for release on 5th November.
Mellowhpe – La Bonita
The new video from MellowHype (Odd Future pairing Hodgy Beats and Left Brain) is this, a track taken from their forthcoming album “Numbers”.
Martha Wainwright: Proserpina
New single from Martha’s imminent, fourth, album, due out Oct 16th. This is the first single off it & drops Monday. (Video may take a while to load).
Zebra Katz – W8WTF
Katz’s follow up to the Incredible ”ËIma Read’ is this equally brilliant & just as sinister track which first saw release back in March. See our feature on Katz here.
Orbital – Where Is It Going? – Paralympics
At the Opening Ceremony for the Paralympic Games OrbitalÃÂ performedÃÂ theirÃÂ singleÃÂ “Where Is it Going?” (from latest albumÃÂ Wonky) with Stephen Hawking.