Check out the new music video from Chicago’s Santiago & Bushido for the new single, “Give Something”. The track and music video features Colette on vocals. ‘Give Something’ is out on March 1st on Potty Mouth Music. For more info visit pottymouthmusic.com.
Check out the new video from UNKLE featuring the Pointmen Robot featured in the art from Psyence Fiction and Never Never Land. The video was created by animatronics designer and director at Streetlight Films UK, John Nolan. Nolan’s resume includes Clash of the Titans, Hellboy 2, and Where The Wild Things Are. Enjoy!
Check out the brand new music video from one of our new favorite vocalist, Dede. The Brooklyn based artist has a new album coming out in 2011. This track was produced by Tim K. of Home & Garden. The video does a real good job of perfectly reflecting the nouvelle-pop sound of the track. Think Serge Gainsbourg meets Allison Goldfrapp. Enjoy!
Director- Aron Kantor (Dirty Glitter)
Editor- Alex Blatt
Director of Photography- Joseph S Pickett III
Post Production- Aron Kantor
Art Director- Dede Reynolds and Aron Kantor
Styling- Dede Reynolds
Produced by DEDE
Shot at Box 24 Studio in Venice, CA
Los Angeles hip-hop duo People Under The Stairs (Thes One & Double K) present “BEER” the official Music Video off the album “Carried Away” out now on Om Records. Produced by Piecelock70 & Om Records and directed by Matt Hobbs of Vital Films, the video for BEER takes a no nonsense approach to the House Party. Filmed over a weekend in Fort Collins and Boulder, Colorado People Under the Stairs begin the video with their very own Laverne and Shirley remake intro before going to work at the Odell Brewery making their special recipe of BEER to get the party started.
In case you missed the opportunity to catch Underworld on their first ever US television appearance, don’t worry, we have the footage for you. Watch as the guys perform ‘Always Loved a Film’ the second single off their 8th studio album “Barking”. Click here to buy now!
It’s another installment from Zion I’sAmp Live delivering a definite dose of electric funk. Coming from a history of defying all boundaries when it comes to the contemporary sounds of music, this video is evidence that the mission lives on.
Prepare yourself as Amp Live plays the role of a electro-magnetic maestro as he guides you through an electric fairytale of injected images of breaking dancing, ninjas, & chickens (that’s right I said it). This video takes you on a muscle bond journey of beats that even I have a problem NOT moving too. Damn it, for being so catchy! ‘Chick Pop’ was recently featured on MTV’s Buried Life. You can get the track off of Amp Live’s recent solo album, “Murder At The Discotech”.