In their big-budget new sci-fi video “Come Back Home”, Korean girl group 2NE1 work on sabotaging a popular entertainment device called Virtual Paradise. Reality may often be difficult, but at least it’s real.
It’s amazing how much you can express with the use of emojis. A certain Jesse Hill (who, like Beyoncé, also happens to be from Texas) has been able to fit the whole of “Drunk in Love” in one amazing video sequence.
Aging rocker David Yow (maniac frontman of The Jesus Lizard) tries to cut it as a superhero on Hollywood Blvd, but finds out the hard way that two Captain Americas is one too many. Meanwhile, OFF! play their new song “Hypnotized”.
House music may be a relatively new invention, but even the cavemen liked to get down in their time. Successive generations of humans claim their space on the dancefloor in “Goodbye Future”, the new video from Australian duo The Presets.
ASAP Ferg is on a mission to save the queen from the evil twins, who have her captured at a salvage yard. The ninja villains are no match for his arm cannons in the rapper’s ridiculous new “Let it Go” video.
Dum Dum Girls singer Dee Dee Penny stars in her band’s new video “Are You Okay”, a short film written by Bret Easton Ellis. A therapy session brings on a flashback to a murder, further enhanced by a freak accident in an art gallery.
Laibach are inspiring the youth of today to train for physical fitness, musical ability and telepathic powers in the Slovenian band’s new video “The Whistleblowers”.