“I Blame Myself” is a personal song about Sky Ferreira and her public image (as a troublemaker, I think, I’m not sure, she may also be exaggerating, as is her right). The black men in her video are also not what they may appear to be, although I’m not sure they should blame themselves, too.
South Korea’s Waveya dance group show off their versatility in a video produced for Belgium’s B-Classic – Festival van Vlaanderen. They’re shaking their thing to “Allegro con Fuoco”, the fourth movement of Czech composer Antonín Dvořák’s famous Symphony No. 9 from 1893. You’re hearing Herbert von Karajan’s 1985 recording with the Wiener Philharmoniker.
Happy Easter! Join the celebrations with L.A. singer/model/performer Actually Huizenga and a tattooed Jesus in “Baby Love”. The song is a cover of a 1984 single by the Hungarian-Italian former porn actress, recording artist and parliamentarian Cicciolina (who appears in archival footage).
The new video from US band Real Estate has undead skateboarders, cermanic figurines *and* a ‘tribute to yesteryear’ in it. Let director Tom Scharpling explain to you how this came to be in “Crime”.
Everywhere she goes, a woman is confronted by perfectly colour-coordinated Hamburg duo Parasite Single. Having been stalked by the song, she finally gives in to “The Hunt” in a Korean restaurant and karaoke bar.