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There were so many music videos this week. It was out of control. I could just barely watch all of them, and that glut means that fascinating things like MGMT's alien-abduction dance party and Kirin…   Read Story »
"Für Hildegard Von Bingen," one of the best tracks off Devendra Banhart's new album, was named after the German saint in the Catholic sense, though the new video is concerned with a different idea…   Read Story »
Now that nobody ever watches music videos on TV anymore, it's becoming increasingly obvious that the people who make videos don't have to submit themselves to any television network's Standards &…   Read Story »
Today, MGMT release their messy self-titled third album, and they've also got a new video for us. The "Cool Song No. 2" clip, directed by Isaiah Seret, stars Michael K. Williams -- Omar from The…   Read Story »
Norah Jones's new Danger Mouse-produced breakup album Little Broken Hearts is imminent, and today we get the video for the chugging first single "Happy Pills." In the clip, Jones deals conclusively…   Read Story »
After last week's avalanche of amazing videos, things slowed up a bit this week. Still, our top pick is an uncanny, impossible-to-forget piece of work, and there's plenty of other good stuff further…   Read Story »
Cults now have a video for their oldies-radio weeper "You Know What I Mean," and some serious stunt-work went into it. The group's two members play two of the sides of a carnival love triangle, and…   Read Story »
A couple of Best Videos Of The Week ago I mentioned how nearly every good clip that week was too long, too nude, or too violent to make it on to MTV; one was even removed from YouTube, verification…   Read Story »
Over two EPs on Manimal Vinyl and a split 7" (with Nosaj Thing) via IAMSOUND, Rainbow Arabia have made good on their name, toying with microtonal Arabian melodies and the sort of florid world beats…   Read Story »