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Exclusive Video Premiere: La Vida Bohème's "Flamingo" [VEN]

Well, this is wonderful. Venezuela’s La Vida Bohème teamed up once again with director Carl Zitelmann—and a whole cavalry of accomplished animators—to create this jarring, surreal, and impressive clip, titled “Flamingo.” The …
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Video: Deers “Bamboo”

Spain is out of the World Cup, but fans can take solace in the fact that the Spanish music scene continues to provide wonderful treats. Well, okay, that’s no real consolation for …
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Video: N-Fasis' “Dibujos Animados” [R.D.]

N-Fasis, a.k.a. El Hombre De 1000 Virtudes, is an artist from the Dominican Republic who's no stranger to making jaws drop for a number of reasons. 99% of the time, it’s because …
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Video: Picadillo's "Mango Tree" [GLOBAL]

The members of Picadillo must have known what they were getting into when they chose their band name. Anyone claiming the title of a popular dish featuring minced meat and varying veggies …
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Video: Nelumbo's "My Wife" [ARG]

In Nelumbo, Jorge Estebenet (former guitarist of Nairobi) leaves all Jamaican dub aspirations behind to become a jazz crooner, but the darkness remains. The all-analog, Anglophone quartet recently released their debut album titled …
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Video: P3CULIAR's "Wicked" [USA]

In P3CULIAR's second video, Marcelo C. becomes the wicked, manipulative character who seduces a young, naïve girl with promises of fame and fortune and leads her onto a path of ultimate corruption. With …
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Video: La Mecánica Popular's "Guajiro" [USA]

With an impressive animation assist by Muriel Holguín, La Mecánica Popular's video for "Guajiro" attempts to illustrate the track's trippy soul by upping the crazy. Off the band's 2013 self-titled album, "Guajiro" …
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Video: Furland's "Estar Solo" [MEX]

Furland’s follow up to 2009’s Historia de la Luz, Cuervos, is scheduled to drop soon. The album’s first single, “Estar Solo,” shows off a less-boyish, more mature side of the usually colorful …
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Video: BIA's "La Tirana" [USA]

BIA popped on our radar this past Friday after seeing her Karmaloop directed video for “La Tirana.” Not sure if the video is a teaser, but clocking just under two minutes it …
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Video: Olmeca’s “Can’t Sleep” ft. Bambu [USA]

Sometimes, the cure for insomnia is a little social justice. At least that’s what the female protagonist discovers during a late night stroll through Los Angeles in Olmeca’s “Can’t Sleep.” Days before the …
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Video: Univers' "Travessant la llum del sol" [ESP]

Screens within screens within screens is the name of the game of Univers’ latest video, “Travessant la llum del sol,” directed by Martín Gutiérrez. The track is off the Barcelona band’s debut …
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Video: Teen Flirt's "Welcome Home" [MEX]

Mexican producer Teen Flirt soundtracks the trailer of an imaginary narco cinema film. It has every single element you would imagine: thugs, guns, girls/strippers, and drugs; each of them in large quantities. …
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Video: Magio Lalala's "Chicle Globo" [ARG]

Bubblegum pop was a label coined in the '60s for a then-emerging genre of manufactured music intended for pre-teen consumption. By definition, this music had to be upbeat, edgeless, happy, unsophisticated, silly---think …
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Video: Fuckaine's "Hooray" [ESP]

Thanks to Fuckaine, we already have one of the best albums of the year (so far), and now we have one of the strangest videos of the year (so far). “Hooray” is …
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Video: Los Oxford’s “Chevette” [URU]

I’ve never been into ping pong tournaments, but any game that features guys in '70s garb, mullets, and black-rimmed glasses fixed with masking tape, I could definitely be up for. Even better …
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Video: Milkman’s “About You” [MEX]

The Mexican city of Monterrey never ceases to amaze us. The area’s music scene first gave us some amazing hip-hop in Control Machete. Years later, the city gave us pointy boots, tribal …
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