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Fox/Soper Duo Opens Portals To Neon Realms In 'I' Video

The synth/drum duo whirs and explodes like Sun Ra leading a psychotropic industrial punk band.

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Video: Horse Lords' Hypnotic 'Truthers' Will Blast Your Noodle

The band makes body music influenced by desert blues, krautrock, jazz and the band Television.

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First Watch: PJ, 'Gangster'

A quiet fixture of the R&B/hip-hop scene comes into her own with a hat-tip to Alanis Morissette.

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Crosss' Occult-Ridden 'Golden Hearth' Video Is The Stuff Of Nightmares

The sludgy rock 'n' roll band gets the horror flick its creepy-crawly music demands.

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Got A Broken Heart? Hit The Karaoke Bar With Luke Bell's 'Sometimes'

The country singer's VHS-quality video gathers friends in a bar to laugh and forget the pain.

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First Watch: OSHUN, 'Protect Your Self'

The neo-soul and hip-hop duo wages a war against superficiality that spares no one.

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Psychic Temple's 'Brother O' Video Captures A Dazzling Southern California

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Tiny Moving Parts Has The Best. Day. Ever. In 'Headache' Video

Skydive, shotgun beers and bathe in milk with members of the pop-punk band.