Posted by jewcebox on May 26, 2016
The Geek x Vrv are back with the official music video for the name single off of their Origami EP, and we can’t stop watching it. The four-minute video is a stop-action type of film that follows a girl through a variety of different daily tasks that all of some sort of interesting twist to it. It’s the perfect counterpart to the track, which is a fusion of dance and breakbeat that perfectly shows off The Geek x Vrv’s signature style of production.
Posted by VMan on May 25, 2016
With divergent cultural influences and a unique blend of energetic beats and rhythmic foundations, Australia’s most talked about electronic artists, Slumberjack unveil a dystopian fantasy world in the film clip for their genre-defining new single. The new music video, encapsulating the trademark creativity, liveliness and adventurous production of the duo, paints the virtual journey of a blurred reality, mirrored in an abandoned, post-apocalyptic game-scape. Crazy shit here!
Posted by jewcebox on May 12, 2016
One of the best parts about Mysteryland USA, aside from its absolutely stellar lineup and even more impressive culture & arts offerings, is its strong tie to music history, thanks to the festival’s founding ethos’ as well as its festival grounds at Bethel Woods, the home of the original Woodstock. Mysteryland USA is a bit of a history lesson itself, as the Netherlands-based brand is the longest-running festival in the world, and Bethel Woods was the home to one of the most renowned festivals in the world. Mysteryland’s newest trailer for its 2016 edition manages to capture that exact relationship, from the old-school days of music, to the newer, dance-driven scene that is front and center at the festival. This trailer is nothing short of awesome, so check it out above.
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Posted by VMan on May 4, 2016
For fans of Blade, Black Tiger Sex Machine’s new music video for “NUMBERS” may conjure up some nostalgia. The reason for that is because this sci-fi music video is a reinterpretation of the opening scene of the 1998 Marvel film, although they cut out the blood spurting from the ceiling. BTSM have taken that scene and made it their own, in their own universe that they have been building with their label Kannibalen Records. The “NUMBERS” video pays homage to not only blade, but warehouse style raves that put dance music on the map, as well as a little hat tip to Star Wars by way of their own unique lightsaber. Check all that and more in the video, and make sure to head to iTunes to grab their debut LP, Welcome To Our Church, if you haven’t already.
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Posted by jewcebox on May 3, 2016
Gryffin’s debut original, “Heading Home,” has undoubtedly left a strong impression. Since its release earlier this year, it has garnered nearly a combined 20 million streams on SoundCloud and Spotify, and has helped cataput Gryffin into stardom, selling out his debut tour by the same name. The uplifting, melodic house track is the perfect summer anthem, as Josef Salvat’s soaring vocals combine with Gryffin’s bright melodies and strong production to create a track that you can’t help but sing-along with. Now, “Heading Home” has its official music video, and the visual accompaniment is exactly as you’d imagine – bright, beautiful, and full of love. Take a peep at the official music video above.
Posted by VMan on April 11, 2016
Pure insanity is what comes to mind when scoping Joyryde’s new music video, “Fuel Tank.” After what looks like an incalculable amount of editing, Joyryde’s high octane track could not fit any better with the myriad of clips from Mad Max: Furry Road. From start to finish this video is bound to get your heart pumping and feet moving. The video, which fans have been anticipating for some time now, has delivered in full. With Joyryde not only producing the track, but also cutting and editing the video himself, his insurmountable amount of talent is beginning to shine. We speak on behalf of rydrz everywhere when we say; when does the next video come out?!