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Arcade Fire Announce "The Reflektor Tapes" Film with "Porno" Video (Khalil Joseph, dir.)

"I'm not interested in something that's not all-in"...

Return to the Reflektor ball with Arcade Fire and director Khalil Joseph with this music video "Porno" and the corresponding feature-length film The Reflektor Tapes, chronicling the creation and subsequent tour in support of the group's ambitious 2013 album.

"Porno" is a haunting multi-layered piece, ping-ponging from bliss to chaos as it jumps from the recording studio in Haiti to an arena stage and back and forth again.

WARRIORS (2014) - Teaser Trailer (Ram Bhat, dir.)

WARRIORS - Fan Trailer

Poster Art: http://imgur.com/a/EQPAE

Los Angeles 1992 - The Warriors and every other gang in the city are called to meet in the Valley. Cyrus, the leader of the biggest gang (The Riffs), wants to take over LA and proposes a truce amongst them all. But as events take a turn for the worse, the Warriors have to fight their way back home to Long Beach. WILL THEY SURVIVE THE NIGHT?

Directed by Ram Bhat (http://www.rambhat.com)

By Ram Bhat on February 4, 2014 @ 10:00am PST

Solange "Lovers In The Parking Lot" (Solange, Peter J. Brant, Emily Kai Bock, dir.)

There's something magical about a music video breaking after-hours out at a Houston indoor Flea Market. But what makes this clip work is how the switch never gets flipped to transform the location into anything other than its drab reality: We never enter that typical MV fantasy, except that Solange is fabulously in the moment. 

London Grammar "Strong" (Sam Brown, dir.)

Don’t bother with the spell check coz Sam Brown is back with his first music video since the Grammy winning 'Rolling in the Deep' for Adele (418m views and counting). ‘Strong’ is the second single from the hugely acclaimed London Grammar who craft the kind of soul drenched, intimate angst laden pop music designed to lift your heart and remind you why you loved music in the first place.