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Yeah Yeah Yeahs "Sacrilege" - reversed version (unofficial)

Befuddled by the chronologically tricky Yeah Yeah Yeahs "Sacrilege" video, which starts at the end and ends at the beginning? Well, independent editor/composer...

Jamie N Commons "Lead Me Home" (Jordan Bahat, dir.)

Walking Dead fans will likely recognize this song from the show's soundtrack, but any music nerd worth their salt should be able to recognize familiar straings in this...

Longtime MTV Newser John Norris Joins Fuse

Don't call it a comeback...NY Times reports that longtime MTV News peronality John Norris has shifted over to Fuse, where he'll be a supervisiong producer for the...

Best Music Videos of March 2013

30 music videos plucked from the over 140 "watch it" posts we ran this March. This month's Best-Of covers nearly all the bases, from the jump-cut...

Azealia Banks "No Problems" (Rony Alwin, dir.)

Even for an accelerated age, everything with Azealia Banks seems to be covering every phase at a crazy rate. The sweet, yet actually salty debut of "212" led...

Phosphorescent "Song For Zula" (Djuna Wahlrab and Matthew Houck, dir.)

Love might be a burning thing for some people. For others, it's a shackle you spend your life trying to escape. 

Tyler The Creator "IFHY/Jamba" (Wolf Haley, dir.)

Tyler, The Creator's plastic appearance makes sense once the camera pulls out and we see it's  life in a dollhouse situation for the rapper and his girl. 

Drew Seeley "Into the Fire" (Donlee Brussel, dir.)

Pop singer Drew Seeley plays a private eye who goes in deep on a mission to get dirt on a woman who has caught the eye of his client, Wayne Brady. In the end, Seeley...

Depeche Mode "Soothe My Soul" (Warren Fu, dir.) NSFW

Director Warren Fu uses a square aspect ratio to focus in on all the body parts that keep Depeche Mode singer Dave Gahan's soul apprpriately soothed. Some of those parts...

Robin Thicke "Blurred Lines (UNRATED / NSFW)" (Diane Martel, dir.)

Last week's Robin Thicke, Pharrell and T.I. collabo "Blurred Lines" was one of those rare videos that managed to be both sexy and fun. And, even rarer: The...

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