Directed by Ian Pons Jewell, Staples’ clip packs in B&W storytelling and a powerful set of visuals.
METZ’s new music video (dir. by Scott Cudmore) is a numbing head trip that’s way too tragic.
The Winnipeg trio up the noise with a pro-sludge PSA that was filmed at Toronto’s Soybomb HQ.
The Aussie DJ wonder co-stars with “McLovin” in a hair-raising preview of her debut studio album.
The balls-to-the-wall “supergroup” will have you shotgunning Old Mill and yelling about nips.
The Philly sweethearts grab a few accessories (baseball bats) and lay down the law.
Trash Talk’s latest video takes a page from “Slander” and wreaks havoc with blood, weed, demons, and lasers.
Borrowing elements from Road House, SOA, and all things Snake Plisskin, “Easy Rider” is a visual masterpiece.
The Glasgow producer previews his hit-heavy LP with a new throwback video for the Danny Brown collab “Attak”.
Lykke’s new music video is stark/abstract/artsy but it puts a stamp on the heartache that’s plastered on “Gunshot”.
The Arctic Monkeys’ latest cinematic feat features a pretty lady who just can’t stop obsessing about the band.
Relive that forgotten era of Cursive and Person L with Weatherbox’s simple but effective clip for “Pagan Baby”.
Mac’s new Pierce McGarry-directed video takes a grim (but leafy) turn, detailing the life of an everyday serial killer.
The TTC-meets-Flatbush collab is dirty in itself but the video for it will straight up give you a tripgasm (a trippy orgasm).
The Toronto foursome keep it punk by reminding you why you should have taken Physics in high school.