Category Archives: VIDEOS

Film At 11: Dawes

Dawes may be the hardest-working rock band making music today. Last year, we got We’re All Gonna Die, and now we’ve got a new live album, We’re All Gonna Live, and a new video to enjoy. Watch “Roll With The Punches,” which features an acoustic guitar being sawed amid other domestic destruction. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Angel Olsen

Angel Olsen released one of the best albums of 2016 with My Woman, and now we’re making sure you’ve seen her latest video. The clip for “Pops” is as foggy and melancholy as Olsen’s heavyhearted track, proving that the song is the perfect track for staring aimlessly out the window. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Parquet Courts

Parquet Courts are bouncy and ambiguously upbeat on “Outside,” and the song’s video is a fun, bite-sized look into their live shows: Christmas trees, crowd surfing and eager fans jumping up and down in excitement. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Spiral Stairs

Spiral Stairs will release Doris And The Daggers later this week. Brainchild of Pavement’s Scott Kannberg, the band’s new video for “Dance (Cry Wolf)” is as tense and claustrophobic as the jittery rock song, characters trying to communicate with each other through tiny TV screens. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: High Up

High Up’s funky “Two Weeks” comes from the band’s self-titled EP and sports a fun, diner-themed video. Still, the main attraction is Christine Fink’s powerful, soulful vocals soaring over intense, dizzying horns. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Kath Bloom

Kath Bloom will issue This Dream Of Life on March 10. With the release date approaching, MAGNET is proud to bring Bloom’s new video to your eyes. Black-and-white home movies play alongside the tender, moving “Just Can’t Make It Without You.” Three angles at once, each frame reveals a different scene in a single room—people at all stages of life. Check out our premiere below.

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Film At 11: Split Single

It’s been a few days since we’ve posted something about Split Single, so let’s talk about the official video for standout Metal Frames track “Untry Love.” (We’re kidding about the number of Split Single items, but the Jason Narducy-led band deserves the love regardeless.) “Untry Love” finds Narducy, who wrote and produced the clip, receiving advice on between-song stage moves from comedian Dave Hill and singer/songwriter Anya Marina. Genial amusement ensues.

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Film At 11: The Orwells

The Orwells will release Terrible Human Beings on February 17. Right now, though, we’re brining you the rollicking “Black Francis” (Pixies, anyone?) and its washed-out dance party of a video. Check it out below.

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Film At 11: Foxygen

Foxygen‘s video for “On Lankershim” contrasts the song’s undeniable Fleetwood Mac influence with a plotless-yet-dramatic look into small town life. Characters walk forlornly around laundromats and dance silently in front of sliding window blinds. Check it out below. Hang is out now.

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Film At 11: BONZIE

We are pleased to premiere the new video from BONZIE, a darkly supernatural clip for her song “As The Surface Rose.” The single is a textured dream that hinges on Nina Ferraro’s lavish vocals. The clip was shot by RobisRob, who gives the artist a natural, comfortable power beneath her own veil of northern lights. Check it out below, and keep an eye out for more from BONZIE in 2017.

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