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Watch M83′s Almost NSFW “In The Cold I’m Standing” Music Video

As one would expect, M83‘s early material–2001’s M83, 2004’s Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts, and 2005’s Before the Dawn Heals Us–sold out long, long ago. To help fans out, the indie synthpop act have reissued them all in CD, vinyl, and digital formats through Mute Records with, you guessed it, rarities and B-sides.

To give people a taste of what those rare tracks sound like, M83’s Anthony Gonzalez has shared two lost music videos. The first was the outer space phenomenon “Lower Your Eyelids to Die with the Sun,” and this time we get an …

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Watch BRONCHO’s VHS-Ready Video for “Class Historian”

BRONCHO dropped their sophomore album Just Enough Hip To Be Woman yesterday, but we’ve been busy spinning “Class Historian” long before then. The single is catchy as ever, clocks in at the perfect length, and makes you wonder why you haven’t been listening to the band longer (or seen them live). Simply put, it’s about as perfect as a summer single gets.

Directed by George Salisbury and Delo Creative, the new music video for “Class Historian” sees BRONCHO appearing in some retro clips straight from a VHS tape. Prepare for some excellent curled phone cords, giant sweater clothing ads, …

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MUSIC VIDEO: Death From Above 1979 – “Trainwreck 1979″

Two people can make a lot of noise, and Death From Above 1979 are responsible for reminding us of that 10 years after their debut. Their new album, The Physical World, sees them creating a whole thunderstorm of noise with bass and drums and shrieking vocals. One of the album’s singles, the snarky “Trainwreck 1979,″ just got a music video, and it keeps that pounding force coming strong.

In the music video, we watch a young woman going about her life, seemingly thinking about how it’s still not delivering all she hopes to get out of it thanks to …

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Watch Clipping.’s Incredibly Inventive “Inside Out” Music Video

Sub Pop has gotten really into hip hop lately, and Clipping. is their newest act on the bill. After dropping a remarkable debut, CLPPNG, full of extremely vivid lyricism and original instrumental backing beats, the Los Angeles-based trio have been prepping highly-engaging visuals. The newest on their list is a side-smirking lyric video for “Inside Out.”

Instead of taking the usual route and pasting the words across the screen, Clipping. have plopped Daveed Diggs in the center of the screen and asked him to walk around the city rapping the song’s lyrics. One snip in Photoshop and his head is …

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Watch Charli XCX Hijack a School Bus In “Break The Rules” Video

Back before “Fancy” and The Fault In Our Stars and millions of YouTube views, Charli XCX was ghostwriting for singers and working on her own set of pop songs. Fastforward to 2014, and she’s putting out a new album called Sucker (out October 21), and singing a little off-key on the radio to “Boom Clap.” This year has seen her swap her sound to a new house pop style, but “Break The Rules” is phenomenally recorded, giving attention to bass drops and electric drum claps carefully instead of overindulging when not needed — and the new music video …

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Spin 360 Degrees in The Kooks’ “Forgive & Forget” Video

English indie rock heartthrobs The Kooks have dropped a new single titled “Forgive and Forget” this year as a precursor to their upcoming full-length, Listen, due out September 8 via Virgin/EMI (pre-orders are ongoing). In anticipation, they’ve shared a music video for the EP’s catchy title track.

The video shows all four members performing the song on a white, circular platform while modern go-go dancers in ’60s eye-ware twirl around them. In case their moves didn’t get your heart fluttering, the constant camera rotation will. Spin around in a full circle in what pans out as a bright …

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Watch Alt-J’s New “Left Hand Free” Music Video

English indie rock group Alt-J do a good job of keeping their sound quivering with unanticipated volumes and tones. It looks like they do the same with their music videos, too. In the new clip the band shared for “Left Hand Free” off This Is All Yours (out September 22 via Warner Music), we take a massive turn in the road from where their “Hunger of the Pine” video left off.

Last time we were left watching a man literally run for his life. Now we get the chance to breathe as they screen clips of …

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Get Hooked on Hula Hoops in Bishop Allen’s “Why I Had To Go” Video

In just two weeks, Brooklyn indie pop group Bishop Allen will mark their return to the scene after five years with their newest full-length, Lights Outon Dead Oceans. To celebrate, they have shared a music video for single “Why I Had To Go,” the effortlessly punchy track that has us eager to hear the whole record.

Directed by Chad Smith and Justin Rice, the video shows the ins and outs of hula-hooping as done by a myriad of characters. With every new face that picks up the hoop, we see them relax and try their best, …

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Watch Azealia Banks’ “Heavy Metal and Reflective” Video

Harlem rapper and headline buzzer Azealia Banks has been talking about dropping her debut album, Broke with Expensive Taste, for years now. After some issues with her label, bashing Universal, ditching Interscope, and then launching her own Azealia Banks Records, it seems that LP is finally on the horizon. Considering she just shared an HD music video for her first new single in months, “Heavy Metal and Reflective,” that album seems more real than ever.

The “Heavy Metal and Reflective” video has Banks dawning a flaming catsuit in which she performs the single in the desert surrounded by …

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Listen to New Stevie Nicks Song “The Dealer”

Last year, Fleetwood Mac released their first new material in over a decade and made a triumphant return to the stage. After going through what must have been a treasure trove of material, Fleetwood Mac singer and general classic rock icon Stevie Nicks has rounded up old solo tracks and recorded some new ones for her new album, 24 Karat Gold: Songs From The Vault, out October 7. 

The album’s unreleased tracks were primarily written between 1969 and 1987. One of those new songs is “The Dealer,” which Nicks has shared a lyric video for today. It’s the type of …

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Pomplamoose Release New Record, Music Video for “Video Killed The Radio Star”

Internet-famous pop duo, Pomplamoose, have returned with the release of their second album, Season 2; a compilation of covers, medleys, reinterpretations of popular songs, and some original works. The album features songs based on the work of Lorde and Pharrell, and even Taco’s “Puttin’ On The Ritz,” to create quite the eclectic mix of music.

As we’ve come to expect from the inventors of the “VideoSong,” the band has released a video for their cover of the infamous “Video Killed The Radio Star,” which is available to stream below the jump. Pomplamoose’s recent videos are fascinating and intricate …

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MUSIC VIDEO: The Gaslight Anthem – “Rollin’ And Tumblin’”

The Gaslight Anthem have released a new music video for their track “Rollin’ And Tumblin’.”

The video, which finds the band performing in black and white to synchronized dancers encapsulating them, is the second video released for their new album Get Hurt, following the release of the video for the album’s title track, “Get Hurt.

Get Hurt is said to be a stylistic change for the band, and that evidence can be seen in their new video. The video features a barrage of flashing white lights, not unlike The 1975. The band even chose Mike Crossey, the …