VIDEODRONES

Videodrones are where we share music videos and visual art from artists from around the world.

PAUL COUSINS – “THOUGHTS IN THE ETHER”

Rooted by a steady piano line, Paul Cousins creates a beautifully airy and textural piano / synth composition with his latest “Thoughts in the Ether”. Anchored by a piano melody that serves as a ballast for the various tonal shifts, synth micro-movements and ambient lift throughout the composition, Paul Cousins explores those moments of take …

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DIVIDE AND DISSOLVE – “WE ARE REALLY WORRIED ABOUT YOU”

Divide and Dissolve continue their unrelenting output of crushing Doom Metal from an avant-garde lens. The Melbourne duo continue to push the envelope into harrowing territory, combing their characteristically crushing percussion and towers of feedback with barritone saxophone and an orchestral intro into this unsettling video of bodies contorting – a window into a tortured …

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CAMILA FUCHS – “MOON’S MOUNTAIN”

On the second video from Camila Fuchs album Kids Talk Sun, the duo of Camila De Laborde (Mexico City) and Daniel Hermann-Collini (Munich) creates a psychedelic pastiche of images that burn themselves in the retinas with ecstatic reverie. According to De Laborde, “Moon’s Mountain” is the song that references moments and places during this time: experiencing psychedelics, encountering …

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URAL MOUNTAINS – “KAMIKAZE”

Paired with documentary and archival footage of people and communities in crisis, the Argentinian based Shoegaze band Ural Mountains offer a convincing pastiche of 90’s Shoegaze and Art-Rock bands ranging from Chapterhouse to Sonic Youth on “Kamikaze”. We’ve been impressed by Ural Mountains convincing approach to the genre, combining straight forward alt-rock compositions with the …

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