Night is one of the many highlights of director and Horror synth legend John Carpenter’s recent, and first, full musical album; Lost Themes. A pulsating and brooding soundtrack to a film never made.
This new video for the track was directed by Gavin Hignight and Ben Verhulst and features the man himself experimenting with a virtual reality retro future world.
John Carpenter’s Lost Themes is out now.
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We peeped This Soft Machine (ex-Das Moth)’s raw Disco new single On & On last month. the track is released this week, along with this crazy new video.
With direction and animation by Rob Judges, the clip is a madcap, psychedelic, nostalgia fuelled five minutes.
Via FACT Magazine.
This Soft Machine On & On is out now.
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New York DreamPoppers Noosa have a new video out. The track in question is Walk On By, which comes from their début EP of 2012, and subsequently their 2014 début album, Wonderland.
Rachel McDonald directed the clip, a hazy and dreamy nature trail that flows well with the song.
Noosa’s Wonderland is out now.
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Avant-Disco-Pop queen Róisín Murphy’s new album, Hairless Toys is out this week. Here’s another track from the release, Exploitation, a woozy and skippy SynthPop dream in video form.
The clip was directed by Róisín herself and, in keeping with the sings themes, is a surreal study of manipulation in the arts.
Róisín Murphy’s Hairless Toys is out this week.
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Invader Girl has produced a gloriously quirky slicked of ElectroPop in the form of her new single Stuck On Me. It’s like a massive 80s GothPop epic fed through contemporary SynthPop and it’s pretty special.
Check out the drama fuelled video directed by Will McDowell; loaded with just as much bombast as the track.
Invader Girl’s Stuck On Me is released this week.
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Norwegian Cosmic Disco king Todd Terje latest release from his utterly amazing album, It’s Album Time, is Alfonso Muskedunder, which has just been released as a reMix package. Check out the new video for the track.
The clip was made ‘with love’ by Bendik Kaltenborn and Espen Friberg and is four minutes of madcap animation, kicking off with Todd himself.
Todd Terje’s It’s Album Time is out now.
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Australian/Swedish majestic ElectroPop sisters Say Lou Lou’s long awaited début album, Lucid Dreaming, is released this week. To celebrate the duo have premièred their new video. This one’s for the track Nothing But A Heartbeat; a robust slice of Scandinavian SynthPop.
Joanna Nordahl directs the clip, a monochrome chase that becomes increasingly abstract.
Say Lou Lou’s Lucid Dreaming album is out now.
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Denver’s own moody ElectroPopper Roniit has unleashed a bran new video upon the world. It’s for her track of late last year, Runaway. A chilling blend of Electro Goth and Future R&B.
The clip was directed by Hannah Purport; who delivers ominous and smokey visuals to match the song’s atmospheric vibes.
Roniit’s Runaway is out now.
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Here it is. Long awaited. It’s Nile Rodger’s Chic’s first new song in 23 years; I’ll Be There. A glorious blend of classic Chic and modern touches, celebrating the history of Disco. If fair to say no-one has replaced Nile in the last two decades.
So, here’s the video. It features Karlie Kloss, who is apparently a supermodel or something, and also seems like a bit of an idiot. To be honest we’re a bit disappointed with the clip. We expected more from Nile than ‘rake thin model writhes in her pants’. Oh well, let’s hope there’s a next time to make up for it.
Chic’s I’ll Be There is out today.
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In a week that saw the huge reMix of UK SynthPoppers Monarchy’s Dancing In The Corner from The Penelopes, we are also treated to a brand new video. The clip is for Black Widow, taken from the duo’s just released Abnocto album.
The video features Monarchy’s best chum, Dita Von Teese, and has Ross McElwain & Manos Ioannou directing some monochrome bondage and synth shenanigans.
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