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M.I.A. "Bring The Noize"

M.I.A. has a certain knack for thriving upon culture clashes and this first new video in a while — "Bring The Noize," off her forthcoming Matangi album...

Megadeth Wearhouse: You're Gonna Hate The Way You Feel

Megadeth mastermind Dave Mustaine and good friend (seriously) Kenny G take the piss out of those Men's Wearhouse commercial.Megadeth Wearhouse from Dave Mustaine

Deer Tick "The Rock" (Colin Devin Moore, dir.)

Deer Tick's John McCauley might not win this staring contest, but can you blame him?John McCauley, Deer Tick: "The Rock" is a song about being in love with...

Yeah Yeah Yeahs "Despair" (Patrick Daughters, dir.)

Yeah Yeah Yeahs and director Patrick Daughters have transcendently stopped time before — and the intro here proves they can easily repeat the same feat — but...

Lorde "Royals" (Joel Kefali, dir.)

Meet Lorde. She's 16 and from New Zealand. And odds are she'll be much more than just a contender very soon... 

Lenka "Nothing Here But Love" (James Gulliver Hancock, dir.)

Her body is a landscape, filled with forests, towns and so much more.

Bob Sinclar "Summer Moonlight" (Benjamin Kutsko, dir.)

We get a Bob's-Eye-View thanks to a split-screen motif that takes us along the dance music star's journey through Venice, CA...

Shabazz Palaces "An Echo from the Hosts that Profess Infinitum" (Joris Grelet, dir.)

At the beach, enjoying Molotov cocktails, practicing swordplay and getting ready for war.

Jake Bugg "Broken" (Andrew Douglas, dir.)

Can Jake Bugg get attention with a ballad at Open Mic Night with a most unruly crowd? Of course he can, even without these folks knowing that Rick Rubin re-recorded the track...

New Yeah Yeahs Yeahs Video Shoots Atop Empire State Building With Director Patrick Daughters

Director Patrick Daughters + Yeah Yeah Yeahs + performance at the top of the Empire State Building sounds like a winning combo..This was actually the first ever music video...