Here’s a collection of some of the best music videos released this week
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This new KOPPS EP will make you move like you’re making love to every sound it makes
Brooklyn synth-pop duo Telepathe are back with a brand new album and damn is it good!
This new Crystal Castles track is pretty damn good
The cruisey disco rhythms of DBFC could be just what you need in your life right now
A new Crystal Castles track appeared on their Soundcloud page overnight..!
Today we premiere the latest EP from Brissy producer, JNGL featuring SKIES and Rromarin
Introducing the stunning sounds of Canadian newcomer Stacey, along with her debut single ‘Worst Part.’
ADULT. are a Detroit-based electro-synth duo who are prepping the release of fifth studio LP The Way Things Fall. Take a listen to their latest single, ‘Tonight, We Fall’.
Sounds like: The Knife, Crystal Castles
Featuring the voice of Ellie Fletcher (Crystal Fighters) and the production skills of Luke Smith (Foals, Depeche Mode) is the latest single from London-based trio IS TROPICAL, called ‘Yellow Teeth.’
I was dubious upon entering Sydney’s The Hi-fi on January 17, wondering how an electro-pop act that is Gold Fields could support Crystal Castles. I was wrong to question their ability to adapt.
To our excitement, Victorian indie-dance lads Gold Fields will unleash debut full length album ‘Black Sun’ next month. ‘Dark Again (Lights Out)’ is their latest single. In coming months, you’ll be bragging to your mates that you liked ’em before they were famous.
New single ‘Wrath Of God’ from Canadian duo Crystal Castles will deliver you to the footsteps of Hades. The psychotic electro anthem is the second sample from their forthcoming, third album III.
Jessie Ware, Cat Power, Frank Ocean, CITIZENS!, Miike Snow, Northeast Party House, Tame Impala, Rush Midnight, Breakbot, Capracara, KidsOf88, Style Of Eye, Picture Book, Hortlax Cobra, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Mock & Toof and Crystal Castles
The Big Day Out’s 2013 line up has landed and to everyone’s delight, it sports a list of impressive acts. Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Vampire Weekend to name a few.