Devendra's latest is a pretty strange and trippy ride.Tags: Claire Voon, Devendra Banhart, music, music video, The Wild Magazine
The video Kanye and Kim wish they made.Tags: electronic music, Indie, Michelle Chung, milosh, music, music video, Rhye, The Wild Mag, The Wild Magazine, video.
It's Australia via Brooklyn for Flume and Chet Faker's latest collaborative release. Plus an exclusive look into the making of the video, shot in Red Hook, Brooklyn.Tags: Australia, Chet Faker, Flume, Future Classic, Garen Barsegian, Garen Pictures, lockjaw, lockjaw ep, lorin askill, Michelle Chung, music video, storyboard, The Wild Mag, The Wild Magazine, video.
Swedish singer, Lune’s new clip for her track “Leave the World Behind,” is a little different to what we’ve come to expect from a music video. When you first watch the scenes of a 4×4 […]Tags: Advertising, Axwell, Campaign, cars, isolation, Joseph Johnson, Laidback Luke, lake, landscape, Leave This World Behind, Lune, music, nature, Norway, review, scenery, Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello, Sweden, Swedish, Swedish House Mafia, The Wild Magazine, video., Volvo
At the beginning of his latest collaboration with English producer, Paul White, Detroit rapper Danny Brown sets the scene with the rather ominous hook: “I’m living where I know it ain’t right. In the city […]
Don’t have your scuba diving certification yet? Dutch Uncles will help tide you over (pun intended) with their new video for “Bellio.” It’s a dreamy swim across dark aquatic landscapes that serves as a simple-yet-effective […]Tags: Dutch Uncles, Katie Chow, music, music videos, The Wild Magazine, video.
During a time of political transition for same-sex marriage and pervasive homophobia in athletics, French duo LOGO have made a strong statement in their latest track “Cardiocleptomania.” The clip was directed by Alice Moitié and […]Tags: Alice Moitié, dance, Electronica, gay, homophobia, Issac Perez Solano, Joseph Schiano Di Lombo, LGBT, LOGO, music, Neils Schenider, Politics, Social Commentary, Virgile Texier
Anders Trentemøller has enough credibility to justify his reputation as one of the most interesting and inventive artists in the electronic music scene. Beginning with the release of his 2006 debut album The Last Resort, […]Tags: Anders Trentemøller, Christiana, Den Grå Hal, Diego Martinez, Into The Great Wide Yonder, Live In Copenhagen, Shades of Marble, The Last Resort, The Wild Magazine
We now have faces to place with the dreamy electro trio that brought us the celestial “Hey Now” and “Metal & Dust.” London Grammar are Hannah Reid, Dot Major and Dan Rothman, a group of college […]Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Electronica, London Grammar, music, music videos, The Wild Magazine, UK, video.
Azealia Banks is making a strong and obscure statement with her latest video clip for her single “Yung Rapunxel.” The shocking production, directed by Jam Sutton, leaves no room for dainty imagery, but rather overflows […]Tags: Azealia Banks, Illuminati, Jam Sutton, LilInternet, Video Release, Yung Rapunxel