Having recently been crowned Indie Crush of the Week, electronic-noir duo IOTAPHI have unveiled the behind-the-scenes video for their striking video ‘Kids Of Chaos’.
Speaking of the video, the duo said:
“We believe society needs to re-evaluate its core values. We see beauty where it really is, in people’s souls. We are constantly driven away from truth and towards superficiality. There will be change “we will take your world apart”.
Watch the BTS video and original video below.
We’ve got a real curveball for you guys today, but a curveball that’s certainly worth a few minutes of your valuable video watching time!
If you love comics, animation, any of that stuff – then you’re sure to love Psyrena’s new video for ‘Rainbows and Unicorns’. Joined by her closest pal, Mr. Bear, the duo create catchy brand of electronic pop that they combine with their very own comic books!
It’s colourful, it’s psychedelic, it’s escapist, it’s can’t-take-your-eyes-off-it: Everything you could possible ask for in a video – the song’s pretty damn good too…
Check out more on the wonderful world of Psyrena and Mr. Bear here:
Check out the latest video for ‘Lately’ by Shannon K, taken from her new album Perpetual.
With a great story of unrequited love in the video, combined with Shannon’s infectious vocals and you’ve got yourself quite the recipe!
Find out more on Shannon K here:
Egyptian Artist, Music Theory, has dropped the romantic video for his upcoming single ‘Down The Aisle’.
Naturally, with a name like ‘Down The Aisle’, you’d expect something romantic and this is exactly what we get from Music Theory: footage from prom nights, showing the joy of young love that perfectly compliments the nature of the song.
You can find out more on Music Theory and read his blog here:
Crossover artist, Georg Roman has dropped his video for his latest single, a track that truly hits you in the face on your listen.
With a powerful operatic style voice, combined with rock tendencies, Georg Roman has developed a niche style of music that blends genres in a way that few have done before.
Comparing himself to Josh Groban, Georg takes influence from both classical artists like Luciano Pavarotti, as well as rock legends such as Eric Clapton.
Georg notes that there is nothing quite like the feeling of singing iconic opera songs like ‘Rigoletto’ or ‘Tu Ca Nun Chiagne’, and he seeks to mix this feeling with other types of music that he loves, such as rock. Georg also believes that every song should be told in its own way, and this is certainly something he does with great emphasis on ‘Forever’. Check it out!