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The week's two best videos both revolve around sticky nightmare realities where people act in ways that are entirely socially acceptable, and yet it looks like it might be vaguely fun to be in both…   Read Story »
Aussie dance-pop BTW Van She have a new video for their single "Idea Of Happiness," and it revolves around an extremely bizarre Christmas party. This particular shindig involves a hippie in a banana…   Read Story »
This week's clips from Arcade Fire, Rokysopp, Simian Mobile Disco, No Joy, and White Lies show off what's possible when your videos don't have to fit particular television formats and time limits.…   Read Story »
When Bethany Cosentino, Kid Cudi, and Rostam Batmanglij made a video for their Converse-funded "All Summer" they opted to don over-sized versions of their own heads and move into a "warm apartment."…   Read Story »
This Andreas Nilsson-directed video for "Always" doesn't have oozing creatures or special effects makeup, but it's still creepy. That tells you a lot about the clip's main character, who comes to…   Read Story »
Fever Ray has some tour dates coming up, and Karin Dreijer worked with director Andreas Nilsson (who's directed videos for Fever Ray, as well as MGMT and Yeasayer) on a look for her live show. Here's…   Read Story »
Forgive me: Like its scratch-off packaging, “Flash Delirium," reveals more layers once you start picking at it. Congratulations' 4 minute and 16 second flagship post-Oracular Spectacular pop…   Read Story »
Röyksopp's futuristic "The Girl & The Robot" video starred a lonesome stay-at-home Robyn longing for her electro-mechanical man. "This Must Be It" includes the voice of Karin Dreijer Andersson,…   Read Story »
The older, darker Peter Bjorn & John curse like sailors, sport mustaches, adorn their walls with trophy kills, and repeatedly tells us we've got "Nothing To Worry About." The video for said…   Read Story »
Regular Knife visual collaborator Andreas Nilsson offers an eerie video for "If I Had A Heart," the dark, pulsing, ambient first single from Karin Dreijer's new project, Fever Ray. It's pretty great…   Read Story »