Best New Videos

Cheap Thrills is the lead single of Sia’s forthcoming album, This Is Acting. This is a massive pop song that is likely to burrow its way into your very soul.
Karate is the first single we’ve heard off Metal Resistance, and it’s as effortlessly catchy as everything else BabyMetal does. The video for Karate finds our heroine fighting martial arts masters, ghosts, and other monsters in fanatically fashionable outfits in a dramatically lit setting. It’s EPIC. Or at the very least, highly watchable.
Eccentric Swede Martin Molin, a.k.a Wintergatan, has made the sort of instrument you’d expect to see at the World’s Fair. His Marble Machine is an immensely impressive engineering feat, and it plays a pretty bitching song too.
Ok Go long ago became a good enough band that they don’t need these stunt videos, but we’re all the better for the fact that they keep making them. Their latest viral video, Upside Down & Inside Out, is the best yet.
Los Angeles duo Bixel Boys teamed up with Amsterdam’s Poupon to produce Ain't Your Girl. The song is a fantastic mixture of Bixel Boy’s violent house trances and Poupon’s gloss and gloom style of electronica. The video is even better.
With her stunning and surreal music videos, Grimes is as much a visual artist as she is a musical one. Her latest offering, Kill V. Maim, does nothing but reinforce that notion.
When we last checked in on singer-songwriter/visual artist Lawrence Rothman, we were praising his newest music video which was directed by Floria Sigismondi. We return this month with his soaring pop ballad, H.
Less than a week into the New Year, Yeasayer dropped the new single, I Am Chemistry, and announced their fourth LP, Amen & Goodbye. The best thing to come out of all this is probably the video for I Am Chemistry.