10 videos you need in your life this week

10 videos you need in your life this week

Claudia Maddaluno · 12 months ago · Music

Solange – Almeda

Last Friday Solange released her new album When I Get Home and here is everything you need to know about it. Now the artist has returned with a brand-new video for Almeda, which is a snippet from the 33-minute film directed by herself.
Let’s synchronize our eyes with every single move in this visual.

Nick Murphy – Sanity

Nick Murphy is back with a new one. He announced that his new album called Run Fast Sleep Naked will be out on April 26. In anticipation, he’s offered the first single Sanity accompanied by a surreal video shot in the Canary Islands.

Faye Webster – Room Temperature

A Wes Anderson-inspired scenario, hula dancers and synchronized swimming. Everything is perfect in this colorful visual for Faye Webster’s breezy song Room Temperature which is the new single off her forthcoming album Atlanta Millionaires Club out on May 24.

Mick Jenkins – Consensual Seduction

The Chicago rapper has shared the new pleasurable video for Consensual Seduction, which gives us some hot lessons like eating papaya seductively.

Zacari – Midas Touch

Zacari’s Midas Touch marks the first video he has ever shot and his first time overseas. The R&B artist will drop Run Wild Run Free next Friday. Watch the PANAMÆRA-directed video above.

Barrie – Darjeeling

Brooklyn five-piece Barrie are releasing their debut album Happy To Be Here on May 3 but previously they shared Darjeeling, another soft song from the record accompanied by a video that calls to mind Wes Anderson and his cinematic landscape.

Mac DeMarco – Nobody

Nobody is the lead single from Mac DeMarco’s new album Here Comes the Cowboy, out on May 10. We love him, despite the music video for the track finds Mac dressed up in Voldemort makeup.

Kamaal Williams – New Heights

From now on we’ll only watch martial arts videos soundtracked with this Kamaal song.

Eliza – Alone and Unafraid

Friday. Hair flying.

Massimo Pericolo – Sabbie d’oro

Watch this video, then we’ll talk about it.

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3 essential new albums you should listen to right now

3 essential new albums you should listen to right now

Claudia Maddaluno · 11 months ago · Music

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Helado Negro – This Is How You Smile

Last Friday, Roberto Carlos Lange, better known as Helado Negro, has released his sixth album This Is How You Smile. It’s a record that reminds us why we are fans of his beautiful music: we love the way he reminds us Devendra Banhart as well as the way he leads us exactly in the place where we want to be.
This Is How You Smile offers a view of secret, sunny, and sleepy landscapes mixed with the murky atmosphere of the best folk records, the latin suggestions, bossa nova, and synth-pop.
This Is How You Smile in an album that knows you as well as you know yourself: it knows the arms you want around you, the hand you want to hold, and the way you smile.

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Kyle Dion – SUGA

The South Florida-native R&B crooner Kyle Dion makes his wonderful debut with SUGA which arrives three years after his first Painting Sounds EP. Combining funk-infused soul with vibrant R&B and suggestive rap, Dion paints his new colorful sound and makes a remarkable album.
The artist describes the project as “a poetic outlet exploring the intricate complexities Suga endures, as he rises to fame whilst fighting an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.”
Outfitted with 13 tracks total, SUGA doesn’t include any features: there’s only Dion’s dreamy falsetto fighting against his ghosts.

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Stella Donnelly – Beware of the Dogs

Stella Donnelly’s first full-length, called Beware of the Dogs, is one of the most delicate albums you will listen to in your life. And it’s just her debut.
The Australian singer-songwriter already released an EP (Thrush Metal, 2017) but on her newest album she can teach everyone how an indie-folk album should sound: intense, gentle, sincere and dreamy.
There are some tracks that make you smile and some others that make you feel a little shiver go down on your spine: her bitter songwriting is sweetened with the breezy guitars and her soothing voice.
We should put this album in a frame.

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10 videos you need in your life this week

10 videos you need in your life this week

Claudia Maddaluno · 11 months ago · Music

Khalid – Talk

Can We Just Talk? Yes, we can.
Let’s just talk about how excited we are for Khalid’s upcoming album called Free Spirit, out on April 5, and how lovely this video is!

Solange – Binz

Thank you, Solange, for twerking and dancing on camera in a snakeskin outfit for 1:26.

Toro Y Moi – 50-50 (feat. Instupendo)

This is exactly the kind of track you can use to forget for a second who you are, what you’re doing and where you are.

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Fishing For Fishies

Sometimes the drugs can make you do beautiful things

Vampire Weekend – Sunflower feat. Steve Lacy

Steve Lacy joins Ezra in Sunflower’s new visual, shot by Jonah Hill at the iconic NY gourmet market Zabars and the Upper West Side’s Barney Greengrass. At some point, we are surprised by a super cameo…

Sunni Colón – Psicodelic

Sunni Colon has returned with a new self-directed video that incorporates three of his latest tracks, starting off with Morning Dew then transition to Baby I Don’t Mind and finishing off with Technicolor. We just can’t wait until more people recognize his fucking talent.

M¥SS KETA – PAZZESKA feat. Guè Pequeno

PAPRIKA IS OUT ON MARCH 29. IT WILL BE MMMM… SO CRAZY.

Dola – Supermercato

Dola’s debut album is out on April 5 via Undamento and now we can listen to another track called Supermercato which follows Shampoo and Lil Pump. This one is co-produced with Stefano Ceri and comes with a brand new video shot in a supermarket. If you need some beer, press play.

duendita – Magdalena

Poetic.

Orion – I’m Not

This digital video directed by Lorenza Liguori mixes visual arts with electronic music. It comes with Orion’s new track I’m Not which is included in their first EP.

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10 videos you need in your life this week

Claudia Maddaluno · 11 months ago · Music

Avey Tare – HORS

Your daily dose of psychedelia is offered by Avey Tare who has just released his new album called Cows on Hourglass Pond.
In the video for HORS you can see a number of horses you’ve never seen in your life.

Chicano Batman, Caloncho – Hablame

On one side a colorful animated video which is inspired by 70s and a tropical track rich in melody which features the vocal performance from the Mexican indie artist Caloncho. On the other side some kind of melancholy that breaks your heart.

CLAVDIO – Nacchere

The Ground’s Oranges collective always delights us with beautiful videos.

VanJess – Honeywheat

This video slips smoothly like a forefinger on a satin slip dress. Their sound is so soft, elegant, sinuous and has a fascinating 90s patina that we can’t resist.

Weyes Blood – Movies

And now a Weyes Blood-directed movie of which we ourselves are the protagonists.

We are enamored with Movies. Our generation is the most cinematically saturated of all time. Videotapes, DVD’s, streaming… Spielberg…all of it has thrust us into an endless loop of consumption. They provide formative experiences as children, standing larger than life before our fragile adolescent minds. I wanted to take a look into the emotionally manipulative powers of Movies – how have Movies succeeded in telling the myths of our time? How have they failed (miserably)? What is the consequent effect on a society of beings looking for themselves in the myths on the screen? It’s safe to say that they have failed us, but I can’t help it…I love Movies”.

Ryan Pollie – Aim Slow

You can cry from now until the end of time.

Teyana Taylor – Issues / Hold On

I know you’re envying Teyana for marrying the most beautiful rapper of all, aka A$AP Rocky. But… You have to watch the rest of the story!

Mereba – Stay Tru

Mereba has dropped her debut album, The Jungle is The Only Way Out, on February via Interscope.
Press play and fall in love with her.

Joy Crookes – Since I Left You

I swear this is the last sad thing I show you today. But, how beautiful it is, come on.

No Vacation – Yam Yam

So, this is a fantastic long shot rich in dream pop and good vibes. Have a nice weekend!

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Listen now to Patience, the new single by Tame Impala

Listen now to Patience, the new single by Tame Impala

Claudia Fuggetti · 11 months ago · Music

Tame Impala are finally back with the new single Patience, a song with sounds influenced by disco music and psychedelic rock, so much so that some anger makes you think of Duke by Genesis.

We remember that Patience is the first extract of the band years after Currents, an album that was nominated for Grammy in 2015. For the moment, the details of their new project have not yet emerged, but the expectation is great since they were announced headliner for the Saturday day of Coachella 2019.

Listen to Patience below:

Ascolta ora Patience, il nuovo singolo dei Tame Impala | Collater.al
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