Declan Mckenna, the natural born songwriter based in London, finally has a visual for his single “Brazil”. Director Taz Tron Delix creates wondrous psychedlic backdrop for Declan’s infectious ballad that you can’t help getting carried away with.
Tom Misch is not contented with just being one of the best songwriters and producers in the world, he’s someone who is always striving to push himself further. He set a goal to write 5 songs in 5 days: a 5 day Mischon, if you will. Collaborating with a different artist on each day with, Misch does not disappoint showcasing his range from rock, hip hop, and jazz, all with that special signature Tom Misch vibe. Stream day one above and catch the rest of 5 below. Read more
So-cal indie rockers Private Island turn in a visual for their track “Drugs” that transports you straight back into your teenage years. Beautifully captured in a single shot, the video matches the track for anxiety and hope, in equal measure.
Directed by PHAM
Produced by The Whitelist Collective
Swedish indie act Ruby Empress have that easy going, carefree sound that for some reason disportionately comes from Scandinavia. “Deluca” showcases the newcomers ability to strike a balance between indie pop and psychedelic rock, somewhere between Peter Bjorn John and Tame Impala. Read more →
Hungarian electo-rockers Saverne announce their arrival on the global stage with an electrifying track inspired by Jimi Hendrix. The animation and video story from Airplan Studio is amazing and makes for a truly enjoyable watch. Mad Max meets The Book of Eli. Would love to see a series!
French pop rockers FAIK get an awesome visual for their lead single from Director Thomas Blanchard, shot in Turkey. Reminds me of some of the visual shots from the True Detective intro themes/titles.
Hailing from Silverlake, California, the humbly named Stephen is turning heads with his unique brand of Pop Rock. “Crossfire” is truly an excellently crafted track with great vocals, smooth production and a style that will get stuck in your head.
Tame Impala have yet another fabulously psychedelic music video to go with their lush psychedelic rock. Directors and producers from CANADA pulled out all the stops. I wouldn’t say this is really NSFW but I wouldn’t watch at work without being prepared to answer a few trying questions, namely: “what the f*** are you watching?”