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VIDEO: Set Mo ft. Scott Quinn 'Nightmares'

Australian duo Set Mo teamed up with vocalist Scott Quinn for the song 'Nightmare', and director James Chappell for the video.  The video brilliantly encapsulates the hard to describe effects that anxiety can have on our lives.  This depiction may not ring true for everyone, but it certainly is an eye opening look.  It follows a young chef as his circumstances grow overwhelming.  The tune is one that brings to life the essence of what makes Set Mo special while being unafraid to try new things.

Get 'Nightmares' here


Amtrac ft. Anabel Englund: 'Old Times'

Amtrac brings along Anabel Englund for the new single 'Old Times' on Big Beat Records.  Anabel Englund stands out on the piano driven, emotive track.  Classic Amtrac production but with a raw, honest feel that makes Englund's lyrics an eye opening compliment.  The track is prime example of music that makes you feel good, but isn't really 'happy' music at all.  I guess that's part of it's genius.

Get 'Old Times' here and watch the visual by Sven Barth below!


Claptone presents the 'In The Night' video


Claptone's new video is for the song 'In The Night', bringing that ubiquitous mask to Grand Park in Los Angeles.  It's unexpected and unpredictable, much like Claptone's career in the world of dance music.  Ben Duffy features as the voice in this brilliant track, paired with the piano sound that's synonymous with so many dope Claptone tracks. The mask maintains mystery amongst a wild variety of performers who are extremely visible through social media.  That difference is powerfully evident throughout this video... Get the single now and watch for Fantast, the new album out June 8th


VIDEO: Night Things 'Til I Kissed You'

The Los Angeles band Night Things have done something we've never seen before with their new video.  The song is a cover of the Everly Brothers classic 'Til I Kissed You'.  They interviewed couples from all over the city from ages 16 to 70 in relationships ranging from 1 month to 40 years.  The video focuses on them, and the band have shared more of these interviews on their Instagram.  In each one the subject discusses their first kiss, making the video the center piece in a larger project.  It's a profound, joyful, and truly powerful video because you not only see but you can feel how much these people love each other. 

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shy kids: 'i was in new york'

Toronto's shy kids have acheived a great deal of acclaim with their new single and video 'i was in new york'.  If New York looks a bit odd in this video, it's because they've got Toronto masquerading as New York.  It's an example of the incredible talent the band possesses not only musically, but visually.  The song comes from their upcoming sophomore album in a state, watch for it February 23rd on Culvert Music.