mykki blanco, “Lucky (Live in London)”

mykki blanco, “Lucky (Live in London)”

Queer rap extraordinaire Mykki Blanco‘s late December hit “Lucky” has paved the way for a gorgeous partnership between the storied artist and Dazed & Gucci. A new live-performance take on the track, it is full of warm colors, a feeling of community, and a glimpse into the talent that London holds, as that is where they filmed this version. This video is the first in a series that will be branded #GucciGig.

Directed by Diana Kunst and Mau Morgó, the video includes a 3 piece string section and choreography by Tom Heyes to complete its whimsical and fun atmosphere.

Keep up with Mykki Blanco here.

magdalena bay, “how to get physical”

magdalena bay, “how to get physical”

We might have to wait until March 13th to enjoy Magdalena Bay‘s upcoming EP in its entirety, but today we get a sneak peek of what to expect with the music video for their new track “How To Get Physical”. The song is a synth-fueled throwback dream, with a music video absolutely littered with special effects. That’s right, you get a chance to see the electro-pop duo in front of cherries, dancing on handheld video game consoles, dancing with anime around them, flowers falling, and more. You don’t have to pick a specific dream to hold on to with this video, choose them all!

Let us know what you think over on Facebook!

Keep up with Magdalena Bay here.

bedroom, “gulf”

bedroom, “gulf”

Singer/songwriter Noah Kittinger has been releasing music under the moniker Bedroom since he was just 16. And though he started with talent on his side, he now has the luxury of time, allowing him to create next level art. The new music video for his song “Gulf” is like watching old video footage, clips of what looks to be a comic book convention shot and compiled by Parker Stallworth in New York City. Set to the backdrop of the slowly meandering and ethereal track, it romanticizes the idea of cosplay for us, severely making our team want to dress up a bit in the near future. Who’s with us?

Let us know who you’d cosplay as on Facebook!

Keep up with Noah Kittinger here.

neon dreams, “turn back now”

neon dreams, “turn back now”

Halifax-based pop duo Neon Dreams truly creates music straight from your dreams. There is no exception with their latest single “Turn Back Now” and its accompanying music video, which premiered this week with Billboard. The song was inspired by Kadillac’s experience with the power of positive thinking, and the composition of the track would indicate it is meant to be a bit of an uplifting anthem. Definitely a summertime sounding piece, it gets us revved up for the new year.

Visually clean and fun, pops of color and set design integral in the video’s existence. Giving us a glimpse into the performance tactics of these two, we’re pretty thrilled to see more tour dates down the road!

Keep up with Neon Dreams here.

january 2020 | simply the best

january 2020 | simply the best

Before I started to draft this post, I was wondering what lyric or phrase to associate with the title. For simply no reason, Tina Turner’s “Simply the Best” popped into my head, and it just seemed to fit. (As I quote, “Simply Dusty… is there any other kind?” in my head. Those of you who get that quote, understand me.)

But 2020 is going to be the best. And if it hasn’t been yet, it’s just the start! So get amped with all of these incredible new music video releases, all in one place!

polly money, “roommate”

polly money, “roommate”

Enjoy UK-based Polly Money‘s sweet as honey vocals as you view visuals recorded on what looks to be my dad’s 50lb camcorder from the 90s. That, at least, is the vibe that has been captured in the new music video for “Roommate.” The song is dripping with young love, as sticky sweet as her voice, and we’re swept into the gorgeous chaos of romance.

Explains Polly Money:

This song is the undeniable need to spend all of your hours lost in the person you love. Their place or yours it doesn’t matter as long as you are waking up next to them. It’s the surprise late night turn ups, it’s the falling head over and it’s wanting to build a home together. This song is for the hopeless romantics.

Keep up with Polly Money here.