LA bass producer Getter released his Allegiance EP through Skrillex's OWSLA a few months ago and now we have visuals for the biggest single from the release "Head Splitter." He has recruited the talents of Visual Creatures, Kid Mograph, Liam Underwood and Deladeso for a trippy animated meets real life journey of a virus infected Getter in the streets of LA puking slime, eating slime from the walls and making extra creepy faces. Watch the video below. OWSLA has released limited amount of shirts inspired by the trippy visuals which you can check out here. Enjoy
Getter – Head Splitter (Music Video)
The Weeknd is exploding across the music and entertainment landscape as his highly anticipated new album Beauty Behind the Madness hits digital and physical shelves this Friday, August 28th. After teasing fans with an 18-minute preview of the album, The Weekend delivers a sinisterly delightful visual for one of its biggest tracks, “Tell Your Friends,” which was produced by Kanye West. Containing an emotionally charged theme and choice expletives, you can stream the music video in all its glory below, and pre-order the album as well. Enjoy!
The Weeknd – Tell Your Friends (Music Video) | iTunes Pre-Order
Aussie duo Carmada have been making waves out of their home country and gaining a global name thanks to their Realise EP from earlier this year. Well they are shifting efforts to the latest single from the project “On Fire” which has been brought to life with a very serious video. A dog is being delivered apart of a top secret plan going to space and the Carmada boys take things into their own hands. Watch the hysterical video featuring both members of Carmada (LDRU & Yahtzel) as stars in the video. Enjoy!
Carmada – On Fire (Ft. Maribelle) (Music Video) | iTunes
[PREMIERE] Break Science – Misaligned (Ft. &CO) (Music Video) : Electro Soul Original [Free DownloadPosted in Chill, Premieres, Uncategorized by nick | Tags: &CO, Break Science, Electro Soul, Misaligned, Music Video, Premiere
When they aren't performing as essential members in the Pretty Lights Band, New York based duo Break Science, are turning out some incredible music of their own.
Today we have the premiere of their newest single, "Misaligned", a standalone song showcasing a more matured sound from the group. We hear a nice cinematic intro which quickly progresses to a signature keyboard fueled drop, yet with a new atmospheric twist. To accompany the new song the duo are premiering an equally impressive set of dark visuals for it's official music video. Watch the video below, and stay tuned as we'll have the free download later this month. Enjoy!
Here are some quotes from Adam Deitch of Break Science and the director of the video Paul Greenhouse on the video.
"Honored to have collaborated with a true visual artist such as Paul Greenhouse for our new "Misaligned" video. This will be our 3rd musical collaboration with Sonya Kitchell (&Co is her new project) and we feel it's the best yet.” – Adam Deitch
"The concept for the video was to use the singer, Sonya Kitchell's face as a frame and fill it with imagery that would illustrate the nuances and textures of the track. I didn’t understand the meaning of the lyrics until we filmed Sonya’s performance and learned it was a breakup song. My friend Eric who worked on this with me got Sonya into a discussion about the meaning of the lyrics, and by the last take (the one we use in the video), her performance was really intense and powerful. It’s bit obscured by all of the images laid over top, but I think you can still feel it in her eyes and some of her expressions." -Paul Greenhouse
Break Science – Misaligned (Ft. &CO) (Music Video) | Free Download
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