Posts tagged "Kate Moross"

All We Are – “Keep Me Alive” & “I Wear You” Videos

Liverpool trio All We Are just released the video for "Keep Me Alive," one of many fine tracks on their upcoming self-titled debut album. Like "I Wear You" before it, "Keep Me Alive" is an airy, effervescent, soulful take on indie rock -- "psychedelic boogie," they call it. Their music crosses boundaries with an ease… More »

By: Chris DeVille / December 3, 2014

Lion Babe – “Jump Hi” (Feat. Childish Gambino) Video (Stereogum Premiere)

Lion Babe is quite the duo. Consisting of sassy, lion-maned songstress Jillian Hervey (daughter of Vanessa Williams) and producer Lucas Goodman, the group boasts a unique, appealing chemistry. It shines through in the new video for "Jump Hi," a danceable track that features Childish Gambino. In the clip, which was co-directed by Lion Babe and… More »

By: Ethan Jacobs / November 12, 2014

The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

Lady Gaga, it turns out, did a smart thing. She'd made a shitty, ill-advised, creeped-out video with two guys who became public pariahs shortly thereafter, if they weren't already. And then she scrapped it, though it's certainly possible that she leaked the piece of it that went up on TMZ. She really had to… More »

By: Tom Breihan / June 20, 2014

Wild Beasts – “Mecca” Video

Wild Beasts tend to make good videos, and the British art-rockers have a new one, for "Mecca," a song from their powerful new album Present Tense. Kate Moross directed this one, and it plunges the band into a gooey, kaleidoscopic landscape. That, by itself, is nothing new, but the difference this time is that… More »

By: Tom Breihan / June 19, 2014

The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

For someone who consistently trumpets his own taste and ably namechecks filmmakers whenever possible, Kanye West sure has a dubious history with music videos. He got all pissy when an early version of his "Black Skinhead" video leaked because viewers weren't getting the full experience, but then the full experience turned out to be… More »

By: Tom Breihan / July 26, 2013

Washed Out – “Don’t Give Up” Video

"Don't Give Up" is a lush ripple of a single from Washed Out's forthcoming sophomore album Paracosm. And for its video, director Kate Moross is on her Planet Earth shit, using nature-documentary footage so pretty and close-up that it seems almost hallucinatory. Moross zooms in tight on the various body parts of… More »

By: Tom Breihan / July 23, 2013

Jessie Ware – “Imagine It Was Us” Video

"Imagine It Was Us" is a clubby new track from the great British soul singer Jessie Ware, one of the two bonus tracks from the new American edition of her debut album Devotion. And in its new video, from director Kate Moross, Ware gets to play disco queen in an '80s-style vogue… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 8, 2013

Jessie Ware & BenZel – “If You Love Me” Video

The London soul singer Jessie Ware released the utterly amazing debut album Devotion earlier this year, and now she's teamed up with BenZel, a duo of teenage Japanese producers based in New York, to cover "If You Love Me," a 1994 hit for the R&B group Brownstone. That might not look particularly exciting… More »

By: Tom Breihan / November 6, 2012

Jessie Ware – “Wildest Moments” Video

The British singer Jessie Ware has been steadily building a seriously strong catalog with her spare, evocative electro-soul, and today she unveils the video for her very good "Wildest Moments" single. The video is about as minimal as it gets: Just Ware, against a blank background, slowly rotating while singing the song and making… More »

By: Tom Breihan / July 2, 2012

Stream Simian Mobile Disco Unpatterns

This week, British dance duo Simian Mobile Disco return with their new album Unpatterns. Years removed from the blog-house zeitgeist that birthed them, SMD are now all-in on near-minimal instrumental electro blips and bleeps. We've already posted videos for "Seraphim" and "Put Your Hands Together," and now we've got a stream of the… More »

By: Tom Breihan / May 16, 2012

The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

Corban took over for me on this column last week because I went down to Asheville, North Carolina to experience Actionfest, a film festival dedicated entirely to movies where people get kicked in the face or stabbed with broken glass. After four straight days of that, I'm still in something of a bloody-eyeball daze, and… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 20, 2012

Jessie Ware – “110%” Video

Over the past couple of years, the British producer SBTRKT has incited a new wave of breezy bass-pop singles, and one of his collaborators, the British singer Jessie Ware, is presently following suit. Ware's Julio Bashmore-produced new single "110%" is a lighter-than-air sigh with some serious bass wobbles. The video's exquisitely photographed video, from director… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 17, 2012