Paolo Nutini – Iron Sky (Video)

The Scottish crooner Paolo Nutini burst back onto the music scene after a brief hiatus and now his a video has been released for his rousing soul track, Iron Sky. His new single, Iron Sky is taken from his platinum selling album Caustic Love and samples Charlie Chaplin’s speech from The Great Dictator. The track is … Continue reading

Kanye West features a topless Kim Kardashian in Bound 2 video

Kanye West has unveiled his new video for Bound 2 with a mixture of horses, a motorbike, a tie-die t-shirt, the Grand Canyon and a naked, writhing Kim Kardashian. The cringeworthy video shot by Nick Knight, first shown on The Ellen Show, is full of sexual surrealism, with West seen riding a motorbike against a … Continue reading

David Bowie – The Next Day (Video)

David Bowie has enlisted some of Hollywood’s A list talent for his latest music video ‘The Next Day‘, the second coming from the album of the same name. Directed by Floria Sigismundi and features sultry French actress Marion Cotillard as a prostitute suffering from a severe case of stigmata and Gary Oldman as a less-than-pious … Continue reading

Justin Timberlake – Mirrors (Video)

The video for Justin Timberlake‘s current number one hit Mirrors is finally out and it’s an emotionally-charged rollercoaster charting a couple’s relationship. The video by Floria Sigismondi, who did the latest David Bowie video, is dedicated to Timberlake’s grandparents William and Sadie Bomar and the love of their 63 year marriage. A widow is seen … Continue reading

David Bowie – The Stars (Are Out Tonight)

David Bowie has released his latest track, The Stars (Are Out Tonight) with a music video by Floria Sigismondi co-starring Tilda Swinton. Bowie and actress Tilda Swinton play a happily married couple whose domestic serenity unravels when a menacing celebrity couple, portrayed by models Andrej Pejic and Saskia De Brauw, try to insert their ‘horror … Continue reading

High Highs – Once Around The House

Brooklyn-based, Aussie three-piece High Highs have still to release a debut album despite being one of SXSW 2011’s most well received bands. Oli Chang (electronics), Jack Milas (vocalist) and Zach Lipkins (drums) are signed to Elton John’s Rocket Music Entertainment Group (also home to Friends and Ed Sheeran), so there will undoubtedly be another big … Continue reading

Haim – Forever

Haim an LA-based quartet – three sisters and drumming friend Dash Hutton – who received rapturous reviews at SXSW this year have released EP ‘Forever’, with the title track a true beauty. Lot of talk at the Austin, Texas event was of the band’s mixing of endless genres, but Forever is full of energy indie pop … Continue reading

Shia LaBeouf strips for Sigur Rós ‘Fjögur píanó’

Icelandic experimental rock group Sigur Rós have given a dozen film makers the same modest budget and asked them to create whatever comes into their head when they listen to songs from the band’s new album ‘valtari’. ‘The valtari mystery film experiment‘ the idea is to bypass the usual artistic approval process and allow people … Continue reading

Theophilus London – All Around The World (Video)

Brooklyn rapper, songwriter and producer has been on the underground urban pop scene for too long now, it is time that he became mainstream cool. Now Theophilus London has presented his new video for ‘All Around The World’, the first track from his soon to be released remix album, ‘Timez Are Weird These Nights’, out … Continue reading

Beatrice Eli – The Conqueror (Video)

Swedish sensation, Beatrice Eli’s new track ‘The Conqueror’ is a beauty. Combining heart-swelling vocals, offbeat production and wrenching lyrics about love and loss, ‘The Conqueror’ may well be one of the most devastating yet beautiful pop songs you’re likely to hear all year. Taking the listener through a roller-coaster of highs, lows, synth-heavy beats and … Continue reading

Bon Iver – Towers (Video)

Bon Iver are one of the greatest acts out there at the moment, their melodic indie folk pop is a regular stayer on my weekly playlist and Towers, the band’s forthcoming release since their Grammy win, has been there for weeks and weeks. The stunning cinematography by Nabil Elderkin, a Los Angeles-based director and photographer … Continue reading

Feist – The Bad In Each Other (Video)

The latest song from Feist off her fourth studio album ‘Metals’, and the first track on the album, ‘The Bad In Each Other’ has been made even better with one of the best music videos you will see this year. Talented director Martin De Thurah has produced a compelling piece of work that showcases multiple story … Continue reading

Spector – Chevy Thunder (Video)

Despite the surprise non-placing in the BBC Sound of 2012 poll, London band Spector show no sign of letting that get to them and have now posted a new video for ‘Chevy Thunder’. Frederick Macpherson, Christopher Burman, Thomas Shickle, Danny Blandy and Jed Cullen, shot the awesome video on location in Southern California and Mexico, showing the … Continue reading

Jack Penate – No One Lied

English singer-songwriter Jack Peñate, is without doubt the nicest man you will ever meet in the music industry. After time out traveling and settling down in Notting Hill, the ‘Torn On The Platform’ singer has posted the first track off this year’s forthcoming album on his YouTube account. ‘No One Lied’ was directed by Dani … Continue reading

Coldplay – Paradise (Video)

London creative collective, Shynola are back with another brilliant video for a British artist. Coldplay are latest band to ask Chris, Jason and Kenny to create a beautiful film for them, with a stunning piece to accompany their single ‘Paradise’.

One To Watch: Beatrice Eli

Beatrice Eli is the latest Swedish import to plant her musical feet in London and following rave reviews in her native Stockholm, Eli is sure to emulate the successful pop footsteps of Lykke Li and Robyn. ‘Conqueror’, set to be her first release, combines stunning vocals that reach their crescendo at the chorus and a … Continue reading

First Look: Ed Sheeran – You Need Me, I Don’t Need You

One of my favourite artists at the moment, acoustic singer-songwriter & rapper Ed Sheeran is back with his follow up to his excellent ‘The A Team‘, which saw Ed reach number 3 on the UK singles chart. He’s just released a new video for fan-favourite ‘You Need Me, I Don’t Need You‘, featuring sign-language from … Continue reading

First Look: White Denim – ‘Street Joy’

White Denim plays an ’80s prom in this clip for ‘Street Joy’ one of the stand out tracks from album ‘D’. The film is directed by Carlos DeRotta. Let me know what you think, but if I know you, you’ll love it –