troye sivan and charli xcx bring back 90s nostalgia in their new video
Burn your Sims, lay down on a bed of rose petals and embrace your boo Titanic-style at the front a ship. This is 1999.
troye sivan teams up with charli xcx and other local music you need to hear
Our favourite new music from Australia and New Zealand in one curated list.
the ultimate beyoncé reference guide
From a famous 50s sex icon to a lost masterpiece of French cinema, these are the inspirations behind Bey's most iconic visuals.
you may kiss the band! you're invited to a very hmltd wedding
I do, I do, I do!
this music video is inspired by a notorious gang of street kids in peru
A.CHAL’s A$AP Nast-featuring single has been given the Dexter Navy treatment.
sunflower bean are pageant-ready in the beautiful new video for twentytwo
The NY trio just won greatest video of the week and it’s only Tuesday.
tyler is kali uchis's flower boy in the new video for after the storm
Daydream to the Nadia Lee Cohen-directed visual.
what were the 10 best music videos of 2017?
We asked our in-house music video aficionado for their hot take.
rina sawayama’s cyber stockholm syndrome and the other new music vids you need to watch
Annie Clark restrains a swan, French-Cuban twins Ibeyi announce their second album and reenact the circle of life with a disturbing visual, and our pal Rina Sawayama gives us life with her 90s R&B dreamworld.
10 music videos that we’d like to see in 3D
As Michael Jackson’s Thriller gets the 3D treatment, we choose ten other music promos we’d like to see enter the third dimension.
where were all the female directors at the vmas?
Here are 2017’s underrated music videos, directed by women, that should’ve made the cut.
jay-z’s manyfacedgod and the other new music vids you need to watch
As well as another brilliant video from Jay-Z, L.A. producer Logic shares an emotional rollercoaster in support of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and Lil Peep is on fire – literally – in the visual for Awful Things.
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