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The Alice Phoebe Lou song "She," is about female empowerment in the age of "Me Too." It now has an equally powerful video seemingly shot in a aqueous abyss.
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The video premiere from his forthcoming album, Fever, is a zombified wake-up call.
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The prodigal pair of teenage post-pop creators return by enlisting the help of two other forward-looking geniuses.
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Lance Bangs directs the video for the New Jersey trio's endlessly hummable punk-bop catharsis.
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A lawsuit won't stop the Little Homies from seeing their vision through in the latest video from Black Panther: The Album.
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The inventive U.K. band writes about the many ways in which the world can seem like more of a meritocracy than it is.
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Steeped in detuned guitars and iridescent noise, Drowse sounds like an intimate Mount Eerie home recording overdubbed with a worn-out cassette of The Cure's Disintegration.
In an oddly chaotic — and comical — new video for the song "Florida," the band digs into the sad necessity of sometimes having to flee in order to survive.
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The Seattle rock band and 2018 Slingshot pick chooses to tackle romantic fallout in a kindred setting in its new video for the song 'Torpedo Love.'
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"Must Be Nice," the first single from the Chicago band's forthcoming album Parallel Person, mixes pop punchiness with self-conscious anxiety and has an animated video to match.
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The Afrofuturist music video is the first from the highly anticipated Black Panther soundtrack album, co-produced by Lamar and set to drop Feb. 9.
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The song is from Half Waif's forthcoming album, Lavender, which songwriter Nandi Rose Plunkett says focuses on "themes of aging and collapse."
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This time around, the band has teamed up with Greg Kurstin, who's fresh off of a repeat win for producer of the year at the Grammys for his work with the Foo Fighters, Beck, Adele and Sia.
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Finnish singer Lau Nau, who makes beautiful and wandering folk music, writes a comforting song to her ten-year old, "younger, depressed" self.
Austin-based singer Caroline Sallee appropriates the well-known Lynryd Skynyrd title to juxtapose that celebration of the south with her own, much grimmer take on those who never leave it.
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Like the pipe organ she commands at harrowing volumes and in disquiet drones, her howls rattle and shake with a sublime elasticity.
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A second song is now out from the upcoming sophomore full-length by Lucy Dacus in the form of a self-directed video that takes on the many toxic forms of addiction.
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"Street Livin'" presents a stark departure for the Top 40 hip-hop group.
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The last video from Swift's sixth album, Reputation, unites three of 2017's heavy hitters. The New Taylor came to play, and she would like you to know she's game.
It's not every day you see a young, skinny, queer kid get to be completely himself in a music video, and Sivan makes us want to dance along with him.
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Below the concrete beams which hold the building's iconic sails, the Melbourne trio performs a scathing song about representation and indie rock's virtue signaling.
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Car Seat Headrest remakes and reimagines the 2011 album 'Twin Fantasy' in ways not possible when it was recorded in 2011. Hear the maturation, and see Will Toledo's directorial debut.
"Slowly," the latest single from Son Lux's upcoming album Brighter Wounds, takes an unnerving look at life in the age of alternative facts and fake news.