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VIDEO OF THE WEEK: Zola Jesus – Hunger

Hunger is the third video off Zola Jesus’ last record Taiga. It is our favorite song and the video is simple and fun: it shows Nika Danilova doing some sort of twisted variation of yoga or standing model for various statues. Or whatever else you want to interpret into what[…]

VIDEO OF THE WEEK: Color War – Shapeshifting

Although this video has already been released last fall, it is too good to let it pass. Filmmaker Crystal Moselle did this video for the Brooklyn electronic music duo Color War. The song is great, but juxtaposing it with three young ballet dancers having fun all over Manhattan is genius.[…]

VIDEO OF THE WEEK: Ibeyi – Ghosts

Ibeyi are twin sisters from Cuba who do a very special kind of music out of piano and percussion. The video is black and white and minimalistic and gorgeous.

VIDEO OF THE YEAR: Kiesza – Hideaway

This video is just a lot of fun, especially for us, who have passed this passed this street corner dozens of times. Kiesza is from Canada, but she chose to film this clip on N 12th and Kent in Williamsburg, which is very close to Output and a some of[…]

VIDEO OF THE WEEK: Blonde Redhead – Dripping

It was not too easy to find a video of the week this time. Blonde Redhead, after we went to their show last week, felt like a little too obvious choice and it is in the end just a classic band performance video. But the overall video selection is small[…]

VIDEO OF THE WEEK: EMA – 3Jane

EMA’s song about being losing yourself in the cyberspace, perfectly set into a futuristic environment, including an android and a drone.

VIDEO: The Kooks – See Me Now

Followers of glamglare might remember when I reviewed “Listen“, The Kooks‘ fourth studio album earlier this year. Three of the album’s songs made it already into a video, the lastest one is definitely the most personal one. Singer and the band’s creative mastermind Luke Pritchard addresses in See Me Now the loss[…]

VIDEO: Black English – Hold On

Earlier this year, we saw Black English at SXSW and then a couple weeks later playing at New York’s famous Mercury Lounge (show review here) and at both occasions the band still called themselves NO – quite a social media nightmare these days, despite having gotten all the necessary user[…]