Major Lazer have shared the brand new video for ‘Particula’ from the ‘Know No Better’ EP. You can watch it below.
The new video features a number of African artists including Nasty C and DJ Maphorisa as well as Nigerian rapper Ice Prince.
The video for Major Lazer’s ‘Particula’ was shot and directed by South African filmmaker Adriaan Louw.
Axwell /\ Ingrosso have released a 12-minute short film, entitled ‘More Than You Know’. It consists of four segments each backed by a cut pulled from the duo’s recent ‘More Than You Know’ EP.
The film was directed by Nicolas Caeyers in partnership with Axwell /\ Ingrosso’s creative director Francesco Ragazzi. The footage follows the hedonistic escapades of young revelers.
Check out the short film below. The duo’s recent Tomorrowland set can also be viewed in full here
Having clocked up 2 billion plays for their 'Lean On' video, it wouldn't be an understatement to say there was a lot of anticipation around Major Lazer's new video for their new single, 'Know No Better'.
Released today, the new video sees the main protagonist, a young teenage boy, having his normal boring life juxtaposed with the life of one of those rich kids of Instagram.
At the time of writing the video has clocked up an impressive 2.8 million views — so just another 1.98 billion views to go until it eclipses the group's 'Lean On'.
Check out the video below.
Having announced the release of her debut album last week, Canadian DJ and producer REZZ has shared the video for the album's first single, 'Relax'.
'Relax' features a sample from a Michael Seeley YouTube hypnosis video, who was nice enough to let the Canadian producer use his voice for the track.
The video features REZZ being interviewed in a dilapidated Psychiatric hospital, as a voice calls out for REZZ to "allow yourself to relax.”
Kygo and Ellie Goulding have now officially shared the visual accompaniment for their collaborative single ‘First Time’.
Reflecting the quick ascent of the single, the music video garnered over 1.5 million views in less than 24 hours. The pair had each teased the visual work last week.
The 3:14 cinematic endeavor was co-written and directed by Mathew Cullen. Javier Jimenez served as executive director.
Calvin Harris has shared a video online that shows how he made his collaboration with Frank Ocean and Migos.
In the video — which has been posted to Harris' social media channels — you can see Harris systematically go through each sound that features on 'Slide'.
Harris shows how he made and layered each individual sound — from pianos, synths and guitars — for the track, which features Frank Ocean and Migos on vocals.
The NYDJAY by New Yorker DJ competition is in full swing. Europe’s biggest DJ competition gives you the chance to be signed to leading management company, Sushi3000 and land a set at UNTOLD festival.
The competition host, Danny Avila, is taking a film crew with him across some of the world’s major cities, to discover more about the scenes around Europe.
In this end of year special, you can relive 2016’s best moments from NYDJAY Weekly by NewYorker.
Watch the full episode below, and don’t forget to enter your DJ mix at nydjay.com
There’s something of a French electronic renaissance in the air at the moment. There’s the return of Justice and constant murmurings of a Daft Punk tour — it almost feels like the noughties are happening all over again.
With that in mind, Justice have just unveiled the accompanying video for their current single ‘Randy’ — and it’s a clever live action art installation.
The Weeknd has shared the video to his new album title-track 'Starboy'.
Directed by Grant Singer (the man behind the video to previous The Weeknd hit 'Tell Your Friends', the clip features the Canadian artist murdering himself, smashing up his apartment with a huge neon crucifix and taking his cat for a drive.
Daft Punk — who helped produce the track — appear only briefly as a painting on the wall.
The 'Starboy' album is set to drop 25th November, in the meantime, you can check out the video below.
If you've caught an andhim DJ set recently, you may have noticed the German duo are a man down — they've become "justhim". Well, if you were wondering why Tobias was all on his lonesome, we now have an answer: during the filming of the new video for their joyful house ditty 'Super', Simon managed to break his leg.
As Simon puts it, "maybe shooting a video on roller skates, without actually having ever been on roller skates before was not the best idea we've had." Maybe not.