anja kotar, “kids”

anja kotar, “kids”

Beginning with a little tongue in cheek dialogue, Anja Kotar‘s single “Kids” is infectious and honest, its accompanying music video no different. As the artist parades around in candy colored outfits, rocking each of them with a confidence that addresses the self love aspect of the track better than any other visual could. This is one of our new favs, and you’re going to want to check it out.

Keep up with Anja Kotar here.

mallrat + basenji, “nobody’s home”

mallrat + basenji, “nobody’s home”

Australian pop musician Mallrat has created yet another catchy, beautiful, melancholic track for our ears to enjoy, this time with Basenji in latest track “Nobody’s Home”. The 20 year old has taken it up a notch with the new visual to accompany the song, and it’s quite a vibrant and enjoyable way to experience the song. Theatrical, a feeling of longing ever-present, this video will make you evaluate your own love life. We’re almost certain of that.

Keep up with Mallrat here.

lili st anne, “wolves”

lili st anne, “wolves”

Portland-based groove folk project Lili St Anne – comprised of Elizabeth Fagan, Jason Miller, and Sam Arnold – has created a sound that is soulful, soothing, and intensely ethereal all at the same time. Throughout the duration of their track “Wolves”, we fall more and more in love with Fagan’s vocal range, as she tugs – no rips – at all of our emotions with her words. The video that accompanies the track mirrors its disposition, dark with hints of glitter that bring with them that wonderful voice.

Give yourself the full experience with the visual, below!

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cry monster cry, “citadel” (richey mccourt remix)

cry monster cry, “citadel” (richey mccourt remix)

Dublin-based art-folk brother duo Richie and Jamie Martin have created quite a bit of magic with their music under the moniker Cry Monster Cry. Today, the Richey McCourt remix of their track “Citadel” is released, with slight edits made to the original visuals. Neither track is better than the other, a completely different set of emotions associated with each soundscape. Though we will admit that the poignant words wrench at your heart ever the same.

Try it on for size!

Keep up with Cry Monster Cry here.

kiki halliday, “majesty”

kiki halliday, “majesty”

Today, singer/songwriter Kiki Halliday released both the track and the accompanying visual for her single “Majesty”. Soulful, raspy vocals electrify the track, simplified acoustic guitar that sets the songstress in center stage from the first notes of the track. The video itself is comprised of varying camera angles highlighting Halliday’s relaxed live performance vibes, as she sings in a seemingly empty room. The dusty colors and soft shading set the tone for the track itself, and we’re certain this is the beginning of a long, beautiful road for Halliday.

Keep up with Kiki Halliday here.

34 of our favorite visuals of the new year

34 of our favorite visuals of the new year

Still in that “puppy love” stage with 2019? The New Year has given you more opportunities, more of a social life, and more things to get done too? Well, why not do it with help from some of our favorite emerging artists? 2019 has been so inviting to us, especially within the music sphere. We have a batch of our 34 favorite videos from the first half of the month that we think are worth checking out. Full screen this bitch while you’re cleaning, cooking, or dancing with you cat. Keep it small if you want to side-eye it while you’re at your desk. Either way, it’s worth a little bit of time to dig into this new, artful work, featuring Nina Nesbitt, American Football, Alice Phoebe Lou, and more!