LA rap trio Clipping. have a disturbing new video for “Back Up (feat. Antwon + Signor Benedick The Moor)“. The track is off their 2016 EP Wriggle, out now on Sub Pop. Directed by Anna Zlokovic, who recently collaborated with Clipping.’s Jonathan Snipes when he contributed sound design for her film, Shorty, Zlokovic describes the video this way: “Through the […]Read more ›
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Watch The Range’s “Florida” Video: This week The Range released a new video for his track “Florida“, off the LP Potential out now on Domino. Directed by Andrea Allen, the video employs a 360° perspective. Shot on a rooftop, and featuring a gaggle of dancing kids, “Florida” allows the viewer to pan around the video’s 360° environment as the kids […]Read more ›
Watch Clipping.’s “Shooter” Video”: Playing catch up here, a bit, but there’s some Clipping news we need to get to like this new video for the track, “Shooter“, off the band’s Wriggle EP out now on Sub Pop. Carlos Lopez Estrada returns to do the directing and he collaborates with the choreographer Voltaire Wade-Greene, while rapper Daveed Diggs takes center […]Read more ›
Watch Clipping.’s Video “Air ‘Em Out”: LA rap trio Clipping. has a new video for their track “Air ‘Em Out“, off the band’s upcoming dystopian concept album Splendor and Misery out September 9th via Sub Pop. Director Carlos Lopez Estrada returns (“Work Work,” “Inside Out”) to work with the group and he delivers this unsettling concept video starring Clipping.’s rapper, […]Read more ›
VIOLENCE is the interdisciplinary project of producer/multi-instrumentalist Olin Caprison, and on August 26th the multi-media artist will release his A Ruse Of Power LP via NON. The label, run by Chino Amobi, and fellow producers ANGEL-HO and Nkisi, seems like the perfect home Caprison’s challenging new work. NON bills itself as, “a collective of African artists, and of the diaspora, […]Read more ›
Noise rap trio Clipping. will release their Splendor & Misery LP on September 9th via Sub Pop. Billed as an “Afrofuturist, dystopian concept album that follows the sole survivor of a slave uprising on an interstellar cargo ship, and the onboard computer that falls in love with him”, it promises to be another intriguing chapter in the band’s growing discography. […]Read more ›
Death Grips released a new video for their Bottomless Pit track “Eh” this weekend. Directed by South African photographer/filmmaker Sean Metelerkamp, and featuring eye-melting post-production from Christopher Bisset, the visuals star rapper MC Ride and some curiously masked characters running amuck. Rendering forms as three dimensional bands of digitally colored light makes for some creepy humans here, as well as […]Read more ›