A new, aesthetically-appealing music video for What So Not’s first release of the year, “Better, has been finally been released. The video’s unveiling comes in wake of the Australian producer’s announcement of his tour with Baauer.
“Better’s” visual counterpart pairs strongly with the track itself featuring LPX, as both bring dream-like, artistic elements that blend together immaculately to deliver a full-sensory experience. The video itself features What So Not and vocalist LPX, backdropped against various arbitrary images that quickly disperse through different geometrical patterns. Enticingly visual frames and bold transitions create a truly surreal experience.
What So Not and Bauuer gear up to co-headline their East Cast tour starting Thursday, October 19.
Each and every artistic endeavor from Scott Hansen, known musically as the Ghostly International artist Tycho, solidifies his status as an artistic mastermind of this generation. Following this notion are the designer’s cinematically-aligned live visuals for his tune “Glider,” off 2016’s Epoch.
Created as an homage to the visionary Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky — the creative force behind films such as Ivan’s Childhood, Andrei Rublev, Mirror, Stalker, and more — Hansen incorporated elements of Tarkovsky’s 1972 film Solaris into these visuals for the tune.
Tycho is now set to take these visuals on autumn tour of Europe.
Tycho Autumn Tour Dates:
19 OCT – Dublin, IE – District 8 – SOLD OUT 22 OCT – London, UK – The Roundhouse 24 OCT – Barcelona, ES – Razzmatazz 2 25 OCT – Toulouse, FR – Bikini 27 OCT – Bologna, IT – Estragon 28 OCT – Turin, IT – Movement Festival 30 OCT – Basel, CH – Kaserne 31 OCT – Zurich, CH – Plaza 01 NOV – Antwerp, BE – Trix 02 NOV – Utrecht, NL – Tivoli 04 NOV – Copenhagen, DK – DR Koncerthuset 05 NOV – Stockholm, SE – Nobelberget 09 NOV – Moscow, RU – Izvestia Hall
Earlier this Spring, the seminal indie rockers — or “rokkers,” if one prefers the band’s spelling — MGMT took to social media to hint at a comeback and went on to announce the title of their first record in over four years,Little Dark Age.
At last, the band has unveiled new music in the form of the record’s title track and a confirmation that the LP is slated for early 2018.
“Little Dark Age” marks a sinister departure from the band’s well-known numbers like “Time To Pretend” or “Kids.” Still, it maintains some semblances of pop, in a seemingly candid, illustrious fashion. The tune flourishes in its chorus, “If you get out of bed/ And find me standing all alone/ Open-eyed/ Burn the page/ My little dark age.”
Little Dark Age will mark MGMT’s first album since their 2013 self-titled. Speaking with Beats 1 radio’s Zane Lowe, the duo detailed the recording process, “We felt like we had reached a flow, it was the sort of chemistry, the kind of magic feeling we had when we started the band.”
Today we have the fabulous pleasure of premiering the trance and avant grade legend, Arnaud Rebotini’s new video for his remix of “Small Town Boy” by Bronski Beat. The original piece, now sitting at around 23 million plays on Spotify, is a dance music classic from the 80s. Featuring electric vocals, sensual piano melodies, and
Dirtybird tech-house veteran Justin Jay has his new album, Home, along with an accompanying self-made music video for track “Ease Up,” featuring Josh Taylor.This is Jay’s second studio album — a definite product of exploration for the accomplished 24-year-old, as it flirts with elements of Tame Impala-esque psych-rock and funk.
The playful video stars and was produced by shaggy-haired Jay and his friends. Its psychedelic tones/overtures and distortion effects keep it in theme with the vibrant song itself.
“Ease Up,” while perpetuating Jay’s tech-house tendencies–especially in the 4×4 beat and dissident, also features futuristic sampling and has a chromatic design that is unique to Jay’s early discography. The track also breathes a vintage texture, most audible in the distorted vocals and free-flowing guitar riffs.
Project Nightfall is a name that is more than likely going to sweep the pop & future bass scenes in the coming future. The emerging audiovisual talent, who’s carved out a niche thus far in the video world with cleverly-edited films that cover his life as an independent filmmaker.
After working arduously to make it out the United States to film, we see Project Nightfall entering a new realm: music video production. The Polish talent paired with two new music producers on the Los Angeles scene — Dropstadamus and Up High — to create an emotive visual backdrop to their new single, “Now I know.”
Emotive vocals are enhanced further by the video’s star character, who portrays a sense of longing through her facial expressions as somber lyrics about a crumbling world hum out in the background. Its mellow, future bass structure is one guaranteed to be palatable to contemporary EDM consumers, and paired with such a cinematic video, will likely be circulated through the masses. Indeed, the collaborators have quite the “project” blooming on their hands.
Feature photo taken from ‘Now I Know’s’ music video
Veteran Australian producer Hook N Sling has just dropped a new music video for his single “Arms Around Me,” released earlier this year.
The producer’s is characterized by a light, bouncy sound and has a distinctly soft, summer feel to it — perfectly fitting its late August release
In that vein, the new lyric revolves around a young couple embarking on a romantic summer road trip, and features stunning visuals, which strongly reinforces the same subtle and tranquil undertones that permeate the original track’s warm vibe.
Back on September 7th, ODESZA debuted their brand refined sound on their new EP A Moment Apart. ODESZA – Across The Room (Ft. Leon Bridges) Official Music Video Earlier we wrote that “‘A Moment Apart’ is steeped in the classic ODESZA style that fans have come to adore. ODESZA packed ‘A Moment Apart’ with both
Fedde Le Grand is by all accounts a master of reinvention. Over his illustrious career, the Dutch DJ/Producer has tried his hand at different styles in electronic music, collaborating with artists at the top of their game along the way. Now Fedde has taken on the more pop-centric side of dance music, with ‘Wonder Years’, out
Gazzo has come together once again with long-time friends and multi-platinum recording rock band American Authors for their collaboration, “Good Ol’ Boys.” The nostalgic Dance Pop single is accompanied by an awesome music video perfectly depicting the friendship of a group of bros. This song & music video are just f’ing awesome. As a 31