WATCH IT | A New Sound for The xx's 'On Hold'

A much needed update in anticipation of the group's upcoming release I See Youtheir third studio album slated for release on January 13th of next year. 
November 28, 2016 by Matt Scheffler

WATCH IT | The Digital Reality of Mykki Blanco's "Loner"

In a culture obsessed with Internet porn, virtual reality, and vanity, Mykki Blanco's music video for "Loner" fits right in. In collaboration with Nicopanda and Pornub, the music video, directed by promising newcomers Anthony&Alex, strives to define the digital age we inhabit.
November 22, 2016 by Matt Scheffler

WATCH IT | Princess Nokia Debuts 'Kitana' Music Video

While her musical influences have a wide range, Princess Nokia's music is laced with common themes drawing from pop culture and digital media inspiration. 'Kitana' surges with powerful lyrics and Princess Nokia's raw vocal talent.

November 19, 2016 by Matt Scheffler

WATCH IT | Future Island's Lo-Fi Aesthetic

Directed by Elena Johnston & William Cashion, indie rock group Future Islands' 2014 music video for "A Dream of You and Me" (Singles, 2014) evokes the do-it-yourself spirit of the hipster movement.

October 04, 2016 by Matt Scheffler

MOMENTS | Mash-up: Rapper Pell Debuted New Animated Music Video for the LARRY BRRD Remix of “Runaway”

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It’s always pretty rad when artists have music videos made for the remix of their songs too—and it’s even better when there’s effort behind the production. New Orleans rapper Pell commissioned Aaron Keuter to create and edit a collaged animated video for LA-via-Boston producer LARRY BRRD‘s remix of “Runaway,” one of the exceptional tracks from Pell’s 2014 Floating While Dreaming LP. “I wanted to create an animated video that illustrated the most sacred union being broken, and I think we accomplished that,” says Pell to The FADER. “I’m very inspired by cartoons, and Aaron was able to turn my vision into a masterpiece with his animation.”

MOMENTS | Mash-up: Kelela Transforms Into a Neon Animated Character in “A Message” Music Video

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R&B singer Kelela has announced a May 5th release for her Hallucinogen EP, a six-track EP that will tie us over while we wait for her forthcoming debut LP, which will be out this fall. As a sneak peak at what to expect from her Hallucinogen, Kelela shared her visually stunning music video for “A Message,” an Arca-produced track that “spilled out” of the two in 25 minutes during a three-day intensive collaboration. The Daniel Sannwald-directed video was made with i-D Magazine and transforms Kelela into a virtual creature.

March 04, 2015 by Robert Cordero

MOMENTS | Mash-up: Black Atlass “Jewels” Music Video x Digitally Remixed Images With 3D Rendered Humans 


We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers. 
Black Atlass‘ slow burn and melancholic RB jam “Jewels”, from his Young Bloods EP, has a music video now. Directed by Yoann Lemoine, the video’s digitally made and remixed images of reality are a perfect embodiment of how the lines between the “real” world and the technological world have been blurred.

MOMENTS | Mash-up: Gwen Stefani Returns With Technicolor Collaged Music Video For “Baby Don’t Lie”


We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers. 
She’s back! Gwen Stefani just released synth-heavy (and very catchy) “Baby Don’t Lie”, her first new solo song in eight years. Directed by Sophie Muller and Weirdcore, the music video for “Baby Don’t Lie” is a playful collage of glitches. Muller has worked on seven No Doubt videos, two of the band’s concert films and six Stefani music videos.
The track’s Wizard Of Oz-inspired music video features a digital polygonal yellow brick road and an army of pop art dancers and psychedelic colors and patterns that morph as Stefani veers between reality and a technicolor fantasy.
Watch the video below.