Here’s the video for Nautical Disco superstar Goldroom’s current offering ‘Till Sunrise. The track features Australian electronic producer Mammals and has been pretty much doing the business for the last couple of months.
The clip was directed by Dianna Agron and is one of those young-people-in-soft-focus-doing-some-stuff videos that are all the rage. Nice crane shots too!
Goldroom’s ‘Till Sunrise is out now.
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Here’s the video for the The Inevitable End version of Röyksopp & Robyn’s Monument. The Inevitable End being Röyksopp’s forthcoming final album release. This album seriously can’t come soon enough.
The clip is mostly footage from Röyksopp & Robyn’s Do It Again tour, which pretty much leaves us pissed that they largely snubbed the UK. Looks like fun.
Röyksopp’s The Inevitable End is released on November.
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Film are a Greek avant-guard synth outfit who’s Vangelis influenced fourth LP, Eclipse, had just been released. Check out the single Ping Pong With Angels, for a taste of the dark retro electronics.
The clip was directed by Gregory Rentis and plays on the title perfectly. We reckon the elephant won.
Film’s Eclipse is out now.
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Russ Chimes recent Sula EP held this little gem; We Need Nothing To Collide, a deep and powerful House tune that now comes to life in video form.
Mark Wheeler put this clip together. It’s a stunning excursion into light and sound that was all done ‘in-camera’ with projectors.
Russ Chimes Sula EP is out now via Uno Mas.
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French ElectroPop duo Reflex’s last single; the amazing Sunset, is now all shiny and new in video form. Relive it’s excellence all over again!
The clip is a dazzling Tropical Disco themed affair with extra helpings of geometry. Awesome stuff!
Reflex’s Sunset is out now.
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The video for Australian/Swedish majestic ElectroPop sisters Say Lou Lou and Norwegian Cosmic Disco master Lindstrøm’s Games For Girls is finally here.
Directed by Dimitri Basil, the clip features the girls just doing some stuff. Pretty much just that.
Say Lou Lou X Lindstrøm’s Games For Girls is released 12th October.
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Here’s UK Dreamwavers Futurecop!’s new single, Sun Is Mine. A sunny slice of electronic nostalgia that features the sweet vocals of the one and only Mereki.
This clip of youthful exuberance was directed by Luke Thompson of Canopy Films, the first in a series of six videos.
Futurecop!’s Sun Is Mine is out now.
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At the start of the week we dropped the majestic ElectroPop new single from Ladytron’s Helen Marnie, Wolves. Today we drop the video. Go there to read the words, stay here to watch the pictures. Simple.
The clip was directed by Helen herself and Michael Sherrington and is a glossy, hazy, performance piece. I hope you like lens-flare.
Marnie’s Wolves is out now.
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Here’s the video fro New Jersey based SynthPopper Teeel’s Disk Go, taken from his brand new album Hydrostatic. A track, which like most of the record, is a squelchy New Wave-fest, loaded with nostalgia.
Adam Murphy directs the VHS tinged clip which runs a nice line in vintage video effects.
Teeel’s Hydrostatic is out now.
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Aussie Disco/House masters Flight Facilities recently announced the release of their forthcoming début full length record. Titled Down To Earth, the album is set for release next month; ahead of which they have released this epic deep groover of a single, Two Bodies. Featuring the vocal talents of Emma Louise, the track is a warm and mellow vocal House burner, check out the new video.
The clip was directed by Lorin Askill, and kinda’ does what it says on the tin. As minimal as it comes.
Flight Facilities’ Down To Earth is released 254th October.
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