January 2016

Oh Wonder – Lose It

To shoot a music video with dancers requires a lot of preparation, and before anything: Auditions. Oh Wonder decided to accelerate the process and directly shoot the dancers during the first audition in a very beautiful “prank”.

Kelela – Rewind (Goldlink Remix)

Wow ! The first time we saw that Goldlink remixed the amazing track by Kelela called “Rewind”, we were overwhelmed by the excitement of seeing two of greatest rising stars of 2015 collaborating. The track was premiered via Annie Mac‘s show on BBC Radio 1

Jones – Hoops (Wet Remix)

The amazing track “Hoops” by Jones continues to inspire a lot of artists. Now, it is Wet turn to give their own revisit of the track, giving a very melancholic turn to the track

The Chemical Brothers – Wide Open (feat. Beck)

The Chemical Brothers released “Born In The Echoes” during last summer. It features collaborations from artists such as Q-Tip, St. Vincent or Beck. Finally, here is (once again) the Dom & Nic-directed video for the track with this latter artist: “Wide Open”. It follows the theme of human-robots that was already used in the video of “Go”.

Tourist – To Have You Back

After releasing many tracks during 2015 and traveling around the world, Tourist has announced the release of his debut album “U” in this spring and he shared the first of it called “To Have You Back”

Lizzo – Humanize (Video)

Lizzo‘s album “Big GRRRL Small World” was one of our favorite from last year thanks to her sweet yet powerful voice and her amazing production. To promote this album, she shared the video for her track “Humanize” directed by Quinn Wilson, Asha Efia and Lizzo herself

Youth Lagoon – Rotten Human

Trevor Powers‘ musical project Youth Lagoon recently released a video for “Rotten Human”, a highlight from their last LP “Savage Hills Ballroom”. The Patrick Blades-directed video, whose aesthetics is sublime, fits perfectly the track and stars Daytona Williams.

4AM – More.


The sun is about to rise, the rain is still striking on the windows where you wrote with your finger his name on the mist. You are laid down on your bed, you didn’t sleep. You are just obsessed by this guy that you miss all the time. You need more of him. This feeling that you all probably felt once in your life is perfectly captured by the English mixed duo 4AM and their debut oneiric and smooth R&B ballad: “More.”