Published Dec 08, 2014Our Music/Video Roundup is back this week with another excellent handful of the week's most popular album streams, music videos, singles, remixes and more. Read over our picks below, and be sure to stop by our Music/Video section for more new music and videos every day.
Greek dream-pop outfit My Drunken Haze tell the story of a woman "in search of love, longing, separation, and redemption" with a new set of visuals for their tune "Carol Wait." With the clip telling the story of how Carol's night-time stroll takes a trippy turn, the psychedelic experiences on screen match the "retro vibes" provided by the track.
In his new video for "Mamacita," Houston rapper Travi$ Scott gets together with Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug to hang out with traffic-directing models in an abandoned bowling alley parking lot. To complete the already absurd visuals, glowing corpse paint and a T.I. cameo also prove this is anything but a standard rap video.
Montreal-based musician Alex Calder recently treated La Blogette to a quiet acoustic performance of his song "Strange Dream" from inside a laundromat, complete with bagels for those who hung around to watch. Elsewhere, Vancouver hardcore crew Baptists have delivered an incredibly graphic new video for the title track from their recent Bloodmines. Set in an abandoned mining compound, the sangue-soaked violence is definitely not safe for work.
Here's a weird one to have to write: When Exclaim! Senior Editor Stephen Carlick put out a call for a mashup tape between Drake and the Smiths, I jumped at the chance to create one. 'Views from the Smiths' celebrates the five moody musicians by bringing together their music in a humorous yet palatable fashion.
Finally, OVO crooner Partynextdoor has released four new tracks in advance of his upcoming world tour, with the #PNDCOLOURS EP containing both smooth slow-burners and a few bangers for good measure.
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