‘I initially dedicated this song to Donald Trump due to him being a bully’
obviously, Donald Trump is heavily represented in the video
their combustible-auto-destructive sound
‘It’s a metaphor for giving all of yourself to someone else’
a paper mâché Ronald Mac Donald’s décor
Tillman manages to be ironic and sincere
‘because fascism is illegitimate’
that’s a bold way to say we are here and we are big
wearing the King’s famous black leather jumpsuit
a cryptic choreography on a bed
‘I just want to help restore some sanity’
bringing wide-screen adventure in the middle of a video clip
oozing melancholia through cryptic lyrics
a sad but realistic view of our world!
‘The artists are united in their desire to speak out against the ignorant, divisive, and hateful campaign of Donald Trump’
‘What I’m trying to do is decolonize myself’
a sort of cathartic, Radiohead-ish and liberating awesomeness.
a kid jumping party
a strong will to survive arises
‘Move’ is the title of this all-clapping infectious funky dance floor
Should a work of art reveal all its secrets?
‘Maybe one of Charlie Manson’s runaway followers is responsible for the carnage or maybe Rodney is just caught in a dream’
the rest of the video is barely a song but only a pretext for a lot of mammary display with a very lacteal theme in Hugh Hefner’s playground
the camera moves around the celebrities’ intimate details of their bodies,
‘Her disarming, timeless voice is even more front-and-center than before.’
‘We consider that there is a breach of copyright and we are deciding what to do next.’
So is the whole album a reflection on their entire career?
‘Let’s break her ribs!’ It’s insulting, it’s rude. Especially because I’m the only artist who talks about it.’
Sixteen years ago, when Rage Against the Machine released the video for ‘Sleep Now in the Fire’
A giant pile of trash gets the head of Donald Trump and scares the hell out of .Paak
Make it happen
They’re emotional surrogates so I can carry on with my day to day.
‘When I wrote ‘Play House,’ it was about a boy that made me want to dress super-girly, cook for him and have tiny human babies with him!’
His performance was completely genuine
there’s probably nothing that can embarrass Lowndes.
‘Dorothy, my guitar, represents the people I’ve encountered and experiences I’ve had over the past 7 years of touring, because she has always been there with me.’
The Frights are just kids
The video perfectly captures their theatricality and their frontman’s charisma, who still has this same 1966 haircut
filtered visuals, lethargic affectation and the two of them doing drugs under the sun
We can now watch a new footage of a stripped down version of their song ‘Here Comes the Night Time’ produced and filmed by the students of Artists Institute.
A video like this one doesn’t come without some controversy.
‘ She falls in love with a beautiful she-male, but gets her heart broken and then ventures on a path of self-discovery.’
Never mind, the two punk bands decided to cover the Magnetic Fields song and the result is actually fun, while giving to the ’69 Love Songs’ earworm an Island vibe, yes the tune would actually go very well with Carper’s Hawaiian shirts
Pink Mountaintops and White Lungs have teamed up for a Halloween spirited song and video, which is probably weirder than it is scary. The tune is randomly called ‘Chinese Watermelon’ and the video is very wild.
‘Now that it has completed its theatrical run, Paul Thomas Anderson’s 7-minute video for Joanna Newsom’s “Divers” has made its way online and can be viewed right up there.’
‘To be evaluated by women. To be graded. To be rated.
Where do I stand? How big? How strong? How enduring? How energetic? How inventive?
So sad that it comes to this. So sad.
It IS a competition and I AM being compared.’
In the double video, Grimes changes costumes more than Lady Gaga or Rihanna, from French-revolution marquise to angel, among other outfits, she dances in bed and on a tennis court, and if the colors are great, there is too much of that raspberry fake blood for my taste, and it sounds and looks like a cross vision between many things you may have seen before, like a collaboration between Rihanna and Taylor Swift
Tyler the Creator has dropped a video for his new song ‘Buffalo’ and it is the weirdest thing ever. Actually it is two songs for the price of one as there is soon a transition to the smooth R&B number ‘Find your Wings’, another track from his new ‘Cherry Bomb’ album
Taylor Swift released this mini movie/big production for ‘Wildest Dreams’ on Sunday, and it looks like a Karen Blixen remix with her song for soundtrack. Nothing in the song suggests Africa, but this is nevertheless where the video was shot, because Taylor probably thought she would look good in colonial outfit or Scheherazade veils in front of lions and exotic animals.
The song brings some nostalgia for Donna Summers’ ‘She Works Hard For The Money’, with a modern twist, combining soul and an energetic dance over some infectious beats. weareTheBigBang was listed in Music Connection Magazine as ‘one of the best-unsigned bands to see live’, which can be easily understood from the video below, a playful mini-movie directed by Emmanuel Fordjour.