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Last year's Thanksgiving break means we've actually got two weeks' worth of videos accounted for below, and they were a packed two weeks. It hurts my heart not to include strong pieces of work like…   Read Story »
In addition to his duties as one-half of comedy duo Tim And Eric, Eric Wareheim has a long history of directing music videos for some pretty great artists, including Beach House, Flying Lotus,…   Read Story »
Scottish production mastermind Hudson Mohawke recently hit the Boiler Room's LA outpost in support of his upcoming EP Chimes, and some impressive guests partook in the Ray-Ban-sponsored festivities.…   Read Story »
A few weeks back, the Boiler Room in LA hosted massive all-star event that brought together Hudson Mohawke, Eric Wareheim, Oneohtrix Point Never, Flying Lotus, and more. It was also the night that…   Read Story »
The internet's favorite target this week was Avril Lavigne's garish, shrill, quite-possibly-racist "Hello Kitty" video. I didn't see it until I'd read a bunch of euphorically annoyed online chatter…   Read Story »
When Eric Wareheim gets the time out of his busy schedule to direct a music video it's always worth your time. His Major Lazer and Beach House videos were two of the very best of last year. But while…   Read Story »
We're in the thick of results season for Stereogum and Videogum's annual readers poll, the Gummy Awards. Your favorite albums and new artists of 2013 have already been revealed; now it's time to…   Read Story »
Last night, Arcade Fire were on Saturday Night Live's Tina Fey-hosted season premiere, where they played "Reflektor" and "Afterlife" and appeared in a sketch. Following the show, NBC aired a 30…   Read Story »
This week's top clips tended toward the brighter, flipper side of things. Because summer, probably! But before we dive into the quirk and laughs, there's a short filmic clip by a film director that…   Read Story »
Eric Wareheim (of Tim And... fame) and Diplo's Major Lazer have a longstanding relationship when it comes to the dancehall-inflected project's visual needs. Wareheim introduced a Passa…   Read Story »