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Earlier this year, the former Das Racist rapper Kool A.D. released two solo mixtapes, 63 and 19, on the same day. And in the new Weird Days-directed video for the 19 track "Jaleel White" -- named for…   Read Story »
I can't imagine any of the artists on this week's list had huge budgets to play around. Even Santigold, the one who could've presumably commanded a small pile of money to make a video, ended up doing…   Read Story »
HBO's Girls had a huge night last night. Its second season debuted with a pretty great episode. And over on another channel, it also won the Golden Globe for Best TV Show - Comedy, and…   Read Story »
In March, Brooklyn's Lemonade gave us the sterling "Neptune," as well as some remixes a little later on, and now the group's come through with a clip to match. It's a pretty thing awash in cerulean…   Read Story »
Up until now, the Brooklyn directing team Weird Days has mostly been responsible for instant-classic indie clips like Das Racist's "Michael Jackson" and Real Estate's "It's Real." But they've somehow…   Read Story »
My two favorite music videos this week were slow, lyrical depictions of combat sports full of squalid shots of slovenly audience members and slow-motion images of gladiators at work. So, a note to…   Read Story »
Though music isn't as location-driven as it once was -- which is, you know, sort of the thematic undercurrent of our Area Codes series -- Florida-bred psych rockers the Jameses hold it down for their…   Read Story »
Hey, no new BeyoncĂ© video this week! Actually, this week's list is pretty much entirely comprised of inventively low-budget indie rock videos (or, in a couple of cases, indie-dance videos that might…   Read Story »
"It's Real" is one of Real Estate's best tracks from Album Of The Week alum Days, so it's fitting that the song's equally great video maintains the same cheery, upbeat attitude. Oh, and there are…   Read Story »
Local video clique Weird Days directs this lurid clip for Das Racist's "Michael Jackson" that's almost as reference-heavy as your average Das Racist song. The things touched on: the Last Supper, The…   Read Story »