New York based DJ/producer Jesse Marco is revisiting his impressive “Superstar,” the euphoric summer-time anthem released last month. After his silver screen debut, starring as himself in Project X, Marco takes to YouTube for his latest music video. The visuals for “Superstar” sees misfit teens breakdancing throughout a supermarket, becoming superstars in their own respect. The setting is comical, but the message beneath the laughs tells an inspiring story within the brief music video.Posted by
Watch This: Official video for Skrillex’s remix of Benny Benassi’s ‘Cinema,’ behind the scenes footage included
The Grammy Award-winning, Best Remixed Recording of 2012, has received it’s visuals. Skrillex’s remix of Benny Benassi’s “Cinema” has been one of the mightily standing anthems since it’s release in 2011, but is met by it’s coinciding music video two years later. The three-and-a-half minute video is packed with dance entertainment from beginning of end and will you have trying out some moves for yourself. If that is the case, go behind the scenes with the dance team, i.am.me.crew, and watch them perform from Hollywood, California to complete the saga of “Cinema.”
Steve Angello’s “Yeah” is known for its anthemic nature and is nothing less than powerful progressive house. Normally used to provoke large crowds, Steve is giving his production comic relief with the official music video. The video portrays an old woman and a young girl playing cards in a boring setting. The two drop the needle on “Yeah” and are suddenly suited as superheroes, ready to take off in a flying car to fight a series of battles. Watch the video and experience the unexpected visuals that accompany Steve’s 2012 gem.Posted by
Skrillex is back with a video to “Breakin’ a Sweat,” his famous collaboration with The Doors that was released earlier this year. The video starts out following two mutants jetskiing around a deathly body of water, being chased by robotic sharks. Bizarre antics remaining consistent, after feasting on some floating eggs, the mutants are transported to the real world with the woman impregnated. After stealing a car and fleeing, the woman finds her self giving birth – or something like that. Checkout the video, but take caution — it is as weird as it seems.
Anyone in the mood for another pair of teenage Dutch producers? Julian Jordan, who first stormed onto the scene by collaborating with Sander van Doorn on “Kangaroo,” has teamed up with Martin Garrix to preview the progressive-meets-electro house bomb, “BFAM (Brothers From Another Mother).” The finished product offers progressive synth leads, a whiny bassline, and a stuttering, down-winding sidechain drop. The official video features footage of the underage duo destroying dancefloors at Privilege Ibiza and raging harder than your average seventeen-year-olds. Check it out and stay tuned for the November 12th release via Spinnin’ Records.
Get ready for a trip down memory lane with the video for Alesso and Matthew Koma’s “Years.” Starting off in the present day studio with Alesso, we’re quickly transmitted back in time when Alesso was just getting started, including when he would burn CDs to bring to gigs and bang out beats on his Moog keyboard. We see his dreams get shattered after getting kicked out of a club, and he even sells his motorbike for cash to buy a non-Apple laptop to get producing for real.
Soon enough, Alessandro is burning copies of “Dynamite” — one of his first big singles — and dropping discs on Sebastian Ingrosso’s windshield with the simple title “Alesso Demo.” Before you know it, Alesso is at the EDC New York main stage, chronicling his incredible rise over the course of a few very short, um, years. It’s a really great video whether you’re a fan of Alesso or not, so be sure to check it out below.
Along with the release of his full album Clarity, Zedd is out with a new music video for “Stache.” One of our favorite tracks on the album, the video feels more like a mini-movie than a music video. The plot centers around an unidentified scientist experimenting with something called the “Clandon Particle,” — a bomb-like device we can’t find any real information on — all the while being pursued by a swat team trying to take him down. A very unhappy-looking Head of National Security named Howard Cunningham is seen cut in throughout the video, addressing whatever country this is taking place in (most likely Zimbabwe, from the ZW.gov branding). You’ll have to watch the video for yourself to see how things end up, but the video is timed perfectly to the track itself so be sure to check it out and see if the world ends or not. (Hint: it doesn’t.)
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“She Wolf” was one of the songs we preferred on David Guetta’s Nothing But The Beat 2.0, and now there’s something to watch as you listen to yet another Guetta / Sia collaboration. The video — which does feature a single semi-NSFW shot — features a pack of hunters sledding through the arctic in pursuit of wolves, who proceed to ‘break them to pieces,’ literally. It’s definitely not the typical David Guetta video, but the sweeping nature shots and overall vibe work with the emotional track. Check out the video for yourselves below, and don’t forget to read our review of Nothing But The Beat 2.0 for the full lowdown on all of Guetta’s latest tracks.Posted by
Madeon is back with a video to his latest single, “The City.” The video starts with a crew of rowdy teenagers mobilizing for action, with colored powder as the weapon of choice. As the ‘fight’ breaks out, neon clouds erupt in spectacular colored clouds, creating a scene that could be from Call of Duty: Crayon Warfare. This video definitely more on the artistic side than the technical side, but we certainly appreciate the different approach. An extended version of “The City” is expected to be released sometime in October, but you can buy the radio edit on iTunes right now.Posted by
Perhaps the most documented release from the soon-to-be ending saga of Swedish House Mafia, “Don’t You Worry Child” will finally hit America on September 18th. For the time being, the boys have released the music video for the emotional track – a fitting retrospect on the career of the mega-trio. The video features footage from SHM’s legendary Milton Keynes Bowl extravaganza, reliving the night that “Don’t You Worry Child” was unleashed to the world for the first time. Jump below the break for full length video and stay tuned for the track’s official release next week.