From their recent album AM, out now on Domino Records, watch the Jake Nava-directed video for Arabella.
Primitive Parts is a garage-punk outfit consisting of members from Male Bonding and Sauna Youth. Check out the video to their latest track, Open Heads. It’s a pretty cool track. Open Heads is available as a 7″ single via Sexbeat.
Brighton duo GAPS share the BISON-directed video for the beautiful, I Know It’s You.
Lykke Li will release her third studio album, I Never Learn, on May 5. It’s the Swedish singer-songwriter’s follow-up to her widely praised 2011 album, Wounded Rhymes. Watch a trailer for the album above.
FKA Twigs and inc. collaborate on a brand new 7″ single, which came out earlier today on Young Turks. The accompanying clip was co-directed between FKA Twigs and Nick Walker. The single can be purchased here.
So Blonde is lifted from EMA’s forthcoming sophomore LP, The Future’s Void, and the accompanying official video was directed and edited by Vice Cooler. Dig in.
Sothko is the artistic moniker of Glasgow’s Marc Johansen, a “Scottish human, who designs songs and pictures and objects.” Not only does he simply design songs, he’s also quite clearly an incredible musician. His latest offering, the otherworldly Sink Away, comes accompanied by an array of stylish visuals making something that’s pretty quirky and very… Read more »
Real Estate, I honestly don’t know how they do it. Over the past couple of years the Ridgewood, New Jersey five-piece have managed to make that melodic indie sound their own. This is of course largely thanks to 2009’s self-titled debut and their well-received 2011 follow-up Days. Yet after all this time, and without straying too… Read more »
Juan Wauters, of Queens-based garage-folk outfit The Beets, has unveiled the official video to his 2013 single, Water. The track is taken from his solo debut album, N.A.P. North American Poetry, out now on Captured Tracks. N.A.P. North American Poetry was released February 3. Grab a copy here.
The visuals accompanying Soko’s Love Letter are part of a collaborative art-inspired video series between Aaron Rose and MOCAtv, inspired by Niki De Saint Phalle’s 1988 book, “My Love, Where Shall We Make Love?”