Jaden Smith WILD mag music

Jaden Smith Wants to Say “Hello”

by: Joseph Johnson

Unlike his little sister, Willow, who burst onto the music scene with hair-whipping attitude, Jaden Smith – or simply, Jaden – has opted for a more laid-back approach for his latest track, “Hello.” Less chipper than his father […]

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Joanna Newsom WILD mag fashion

You Win Some, You Newsom: Wren/Joanna Newsom, FW13

by: Jia Sung

Songstress meets songbird in L.A.-based collection Wren‘s video contribution for FW13, featuring singer-songwriter Joanna Newsom as its main star. The hum of Newsom’s harp and the delicate husk of her vocals combine to beautiful, poignant […]

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Lily Cole kissing priest Yeah Yeah Yeahs WILD mag music

Yeah Yeah Yeahs / Sacrilege

by: Blaine Skrainka

A melodramatic anthem certainly deserves to be paired with a sensational music video, and that’s exactly what we get courtesy of our beloved Yeah Yeah Yeahs. In this Megaforce-directed clip, we follow the sexually deviant […]

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Laura Welsh / Unravel

by: Blaine Skrainka

You see me unraveling I know the difference this time You pull me in, you pull me out I’m deserving Muhammad Ali once said, “I know where I’m going and I know the truth, and […]

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Deptford Goth / Feel Real

by: Joseph Johnson

Don’t let the name fool you, Deptford Goth isn’t the name of a dark rock/metal band, it is actually the moniker of a solo music maker based in south London (Peckham, not Deptford), whose songs […]

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Banks / Fall Over

by: Blaine Skrainka

If you’ve yet to meet L.A. singer Banks, her new video for “Fall Over” will be quite an inviting introduction. Dark synths on top of heady downtempo beats yield a very U.K. feel for this […]

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AlunaGeorge Attracting Flies WILD mag music

AlunaGeorge / Attracting Flies

by: Joseph Johnson

London-based duo AlunaGeorge have gone from strength to strength this year. With a new album on the way, anticipation is rising for what could be one of the most exciting musical releases of 2013. It […]

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Moko music WILD mag

Moko Summons the Strength

by: Joseph Johnson

When you listen back to some of the most highly regarded music in history, there seems to be a simple formula. More often than not, the tracks are written by great songwriters and performed by […]

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Atoms For Peace / Ingenue

by: Blaine Skrainka

Though not quite as gripping as the moves from “Lotus Flower,” one cannot pass up the opportunity to absorb the interpretive dances of Thom Yorke. In the first video from AMOK, the new album from […]

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Jessie Ware WILD mag music

Jessie Ware / What You Won’t Do for Love [Live & Acoustic]

by: Blaine Skrainka

The always lovely Jessie Ware has given us a new little gem in the way of an acoustic performance of Bobby Caldwell’s “What You Won’t Do for Love” — a seemingly perfect fit for the […]

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