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Queens Of The Stone Age Share Video for “The Way You Used To Do”

posted by Oscar August 16, 2017

Queens Of The Stone Age have released their new music video for their sexy, danceable lead track “The Way You Used To Do.” The visual was conceived by QOTSA leader Joshua Homme and it was directed by Jonas Akerlund and produced by Serial Pictures. The video starts off in black and white as the band is jamming together in a small room, until Homme bursts through to another side where things come into color, wardrobe changes liven things up, and the frontman even delivers a stupendous dancing performance.

QOTSA’s seventh album, Villains, arrives August 25th on Matador Records. The album is available now for pre-order at

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Watch Femdot Display His Handles in “kola’sinterlude” Music Video

posted by Alejandro Hernandez August 15, 2017

Chicago rapper Femdot. dropped a new music video last night for his song “kola’sinterlude” from his 20/20hour mixtape. Durag Dilla has just been having fun with it since his mixtape dropped, and this video is reflective of just that with him showing off his sweet handles and smooth jumper.

It’s a short and fun video, much like the song itself which just features Fem dropping bars over mellow boom-bap beat. Clocking in at just shy of a minute and half, make sure to squeeze in the video in your schedule to see one of Chicago’s best young rappers display both his skills on the court and on wax.

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Jamila Woods Shares Video for “LSD” feat. Chance The Rapper; ‘HEAVN’ Available in Physical Copies

posted by Oscar August 15, 2017
After premiering her new music video at a premiere party at the House of Vans, Chicago’s Jamila Woods has now publicly shared the visual for “LSD.” The clip for her collab with Chance The Rapper was directed by Chicago Public Schools (CPS) students, in a project together with Chicago-based VAM Studio.
The three forces came together and conceptualized the “LSD” video to include aspiring filmmakers from CPS, ultimately selecting one student’s idea and brought it to life. Ashley Huicochea, a senior from Prosser Career Academy, and was able to shadow the directors (Vincent Martell & Sam Bailey of VAM Studioon the set during the shoot, while the six student runners up were able to shadow other key parts of the production. See the full list of finalists below.
Along with that release, Jamila Woods’ debut LP, HEAVN will now be available to purchase for the first time via Jagjaguwar and her original label home, Closed Sessions. Get your copy, in a variety of formats and packages, here.
Check out Jamila’s upcoming tour dates below.

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Video: At The Drive In – “Call Broken Arrow”

posted by Oscar August 14, 2017

At The Drive In have shared their new video “Call Broken Arrow,” directed by Rob Shaw. The visual works as the prequel to the video for “Hostage Stamps.” Using the same intricate mix of digital and stop-motion animation, the video for “Call Broken Arrow” gives viewers a closer look behind the man’s reason for imprisonment, as Rob Shaw explains:

“In ‘Hostage Stamps,’ we have a prisoner being tortured and monitored by some sort of authoritarian organization. The guys wanted to show why he was imprisoned, as well as cast doubt over his innocence. It’s funny how in stories, especially film stories, you tend to sympathize with whoever you spend time with. When you watch someone being mistreated, the assumption is that person is the victim. ‘Call Broken Arrow’ is in part about illustrating the prisoner’s culpability, but even that is in doubt as we see the Watcher character who follows him around slipping something in his drink at the end.”

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Skepta Drops New Video For Latest Single, “Hypocrisy”

posted by Alejandro Hernandez August 7, 2017

Last month, Skepta dropped his latest single, “Hypocrisy.” Yesterday the grime legend dropped the visual he co-directed himself. The fact that the song was also produced by the man makes this a fully committed work of art that deserves appreciation.

The video features the London native as the host of his own show at the beginning, but then quickly transitions to him just straight up rapping directly into the camera in front of what could possibly be the corniest fake TV set you will ever see. That doesn’t matter though because Skepta keeps the focus on him by oozing swagger while calling out his haters throughout the video. At one point, the whole fake set is lit aflame, more than likely due to Skepta committing arson with his fire bars.

Peep the video above and enjoy the show.

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Gorillaz Share Music Video for “Strobelite”

posted by Oscar August 7, 2017

Gorillaz have shared their latest visual, this time for Humanz dance track “Strobelite.” The music video was directed by Stoke native and Murdoc Niccals’ acolyte Raoul Skinbeck, and it features Peven Everett along with band members 2D, Noodle, Murdoc and Russel Hobbs hitting a club in London.

Vince Staples and Savages’ Jehnny Beth, who also appear on the album, make cameos. Check out the new video above.

A remix of “Strobelite” by one of our favorite producers, Kaytranada, is set to drop on Friday the 18th.

Also coming in time for Notting Hill Carnival is a dancehall remix of “Saturnz Barz” by Cadenza, featuring all new verses from Mad Cobra, Assassin, Kila P and Teddy Bruckshot in addition to original vocals by Popcaan and Damon Albarn.

The band headlined the inaugural Demon Dayz festival in Margate earlier this summer and most recently opened their Humanz world tour across sold out dates in the US. See the remaining dates below. Continue Reading