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Music Video: Cross My Heart Hope To Die - "Rollercoasting"

Trippy, ominous, languid, cinematic. All these words have been used to describe the sound of Cross My Heart Hope To Die. Read more...

Music Video Monday: Janelle Monae - "Dance Apocalyptic"

It's not as sprawling, as ambitious or as tripped out as her brilliant video for "Q.U.E.E.N.," but Janelle Monae's newest clip, "Dance Apocalyptic" is still pretty great. Read more...

Music Video Monday: David Lynch Directs Clip for Nine Inch Nails

The video for "Came Back Haunted," Nine Inch Nails' first single in five years, came out on Friday. It's directed by David Lynch, marking his second collaboration with Trent Reznor. They worked together on the soundtrack for Lost Highway back in 1997. Read more...

Music Video Monday: Irish Waltz Cover of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky"

It's the Daft Punk cover you never knew you needed--then you heard it and couldn't get it out of your head. Read more...

Music Video Monday: Gary Baseman X Die Antwoord - Buckingham Warrior

L.A. homeboy Gary Baseman has collaborated with South Africa's most famous art-rap weirdos on a music video. Read more...

Music Video Monday: Lorelle Meets The Obsolete - "And Time Will Act Upon Them"

A tripped out visual arcade that's perfect for the Guadalajara band's spacy, psych rock Read more...

Music Video Monday: Flynt - "Mon Pote"

Ever watched the scene in 'Pulp Fiction' where John Travolta accidentally blows off Phil LaMarr's head and thought, "You know, that shot would be a whole lot better with a French rapper in it?" Of course you have. Read more...

Music Video Monday: Empire of the Sun - "Alive"

Like an episode of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky Read more...

Music Video Monday: Nick Cave - "Mermaids" + KCRW Live Set

The only performer at Coachella with a Berwick Street tailor on his speed dial played a small, live set for KCRW. Read more...

Music Video Monday: "Space Oddity" Sung from Outer Space

Astronaut Chris Hadfield may not have the benefit of gravity but he has gravitas, playing the song for all its deadpan brilliance while his guitar gently spins in midair. Read more...

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