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Wolf Alice throw some shapes in front of some pretty coloured background graphics. At times it looks like they’re dancing along to their own song at others not so much but that might just be a result of their choreographic ability.
Drop Out Venus took a stroll down Deptford highstreet with some of their kooky friends and nobody batted an eyelid because South East London is like that and stuff. Directed by EyesOnTheWall. The track is from the Glitz EP which comes out on the 20th of May.
You can get the new Jaw Jam record from Tuff Wax now complete with remixes from Lockah and ¥oin. If you need an incentive The Truth now has a video courtesy of Zach Isaac.
A couple pose for a romantic memory on a beach at dusk. Little do they know that in the water behind them seems to be lurking an escaped character from a video game seductively paddling in a bikini.
Hooded Fang’s album Gravez is out on Full Time Hobby on May 27th. This video for the correctly spelled track off it was directed by Andrew Olivares with animation from Mark Pellegrino. The video is basically what computers will see Post-Singlularity when they start manufacturing their own narcotics.
Jon Hopkins new album ‘Immunity’ is out on Domino on June 3rd. The video for Open Eye Signal, directed by Aoife McArdle, sees Chris Chann on a beautifully shot skate across landscapes of deserted Americana.
A glance at the title of the track is probably enough for you to guess that the video for this song isn’t going to be kittens and rainbows. It is instead the story of a frustrated man just trying to finish something he’s started but coming up against hindrances as he does so. Luckily he is a resourceful man and makes good use of the things he has to hand.
This song has been knocking about for some time but as Splashh get ready to release their debut album it’s getting thrust back into public attention as the lead single. The album is called ‘Comfort” and it comes out on June the 3rd. The Errol Rainey directed video sees the band playing through a haze of effects that you can only assume were designed to highlight the perceived slacker nature of the band as well as gazing longingly at sea-life in an aquarium and playing with some tires.
Odonis Odonis’ new EP ‘Better’ came out today on Buzz records. It’s joined by the release of a video to go with the title track. It’s a black and white paganistic affair but any menace is drained by the fact that a number of the masks look like they were made by children as an after school activity.
‘More Than You Thought’ was on Flume’s album which came out last year. Now it has it’s very own music video. Pitchfork described it as featuring “A mysterious hexagon and a cloaked woman.” That’s pretty accurate.