We covered the SynthPop gold that is the new single from Toronto’s Parallels a week or so ago. Civilisation is taken from the EP of the same name, which is out now; as is this lovely new video. See it with your eyes below.
Mark Moliterni directly this shimmering clip; with some softest focus performance shots contrasted with sharp, real world footage and some nice projector overlays.
Parallels’ Civilisation EP is out now.
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London’s DiscoPop powerhouse production duo JBAG’s storming new single Everybody (Come On) is out now. The track features an enchanting mantra of a vocal performance from Chibi of Belgian ElectroPop outfit Shindu as Jerry and Andrea lay down some seriously thick beats and funk fuelled vintage House. The bass alone is enough to shake you to the dancefloor.
Check out the brand new video, which we’re premièring right here, A simplistic affair proving you don’t need a budget or to be a great artist to make a video as it flashes in time to the JBAG’s monster tune and features a cast of superstars.
JBAG’s Everybody (Come On) is our now.
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Arches (Seba Vandevoorde A.K.A. Moonlight Matters and Jochen from Sound Of Stereo) dropped the Karen Harding featuring New Love back in April. It’s an amazing slice of Poppy House that has now got itself a brand new video. Peep this.
Karen herself starts in this clip, as her and her friends take on London’s nightlife; looking for that new love.
Arches’ New Love is out now.
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One of the most interesting producers coming out of France right now, and in the past half-decade, is Pyramid. Film Noir, (a collaboration with Holy Oysters) is out now on Kitsuné Music as part of the Night Tales EP, alongside this official video.
Rodrigue Huart directed this turbulent tale of band in-fighting.
Pyramid’s Night Tales EP is out now.
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Coming from her new album, Hairless Toys, Evil Eyes is the new single from Avant-DiscoPop siren Róisín Murphy. Accompanying the single is this suitably left-field video for the track.
Murphy appears both in front of, and behind, the camera in this clip, a darkly humorous descent into suburban madness.
Róisín Murphy’s Hairless Toys is out now.
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French multi-Grammy nominated Disco legend Cerrone returns to his classic Supernautre this year, now with Beth Ditto in tow in vocal duties. The track has been reMixed by French Touch pioneer Alan Braxe (not for the first time) and is out now as a single, and precursor to the forthoming Best Of Cerrone album. The reMix has got it’s very own video. Indulge yourself.
The video is very gold. A towering gold tribute to all things retro and all things Cerrone.
Alan Braxe’s reMix of Cerrone’s Supernature is out now.
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North London outfit Cardboard Foxes’ soon-to-be-released, Minerva featuring, single Forever has been doing it ‘round these parts since the sun has come out. Ahead of the tracks’ release the Foxes have dropped a brand new video. Peep this.
For such a buoyant track, the video (shot by Crooked House Films) is quite moody. But a stylish moody. There’s a lot of choreography that seems to play again troubled relationships. Or something, we’re not great at interpreting videos. Looks nice though.
Cardboard Foxes’ Forever is released 29th June.
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The first single from the chairwoman of the board, Little Boots’, soon to be released third album, Working Girl, can now be presented in it’s fresh video glory. Better In The Morning is the epitome of catchy, quirky, ElectroPop and the video suits it well.
The clip, directed by Nova Dando, is a GIF ready hangover remedy; where Victoria continues her favouritism for still, snapshot, camera work and 80s yuppie styling.
Little Boots’ Working Girl is released 10th July.
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The lead track from L.A. Dreamwave outfit Leitbur’s The Moment That I Knew You EP, the wonderful Strange In L.A., has gone and got itself a brand new video. Peep this!
The clip, directed by Jaron Widman, is pieced together from creative commons clips, with an added layer of the surreal served up by some slick animation. It really is strange in L.A.
Leitbur’s The Moment That I Knew You EP is out now.
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Here is the video for Believe, the current single from Maya Jane Coles’ dubby alter-ego; Nocturnal Sunshine. The track, taken from her just released self-titled début album, features a soulful vocal from London vocalist Chelou against the warm bassy sounds.,
The clip, directed by The Fashtons, is a kaleidoscopic, and slightly creepy, study.
Nocturnal Sunshine’s self-titled début album is released 25th May.
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