Punk rockers probably shouldn't age gracefully, but such is (debatably) the case with Mau Maus singer Rick Wilder in this portrait of the anarchist as a very old man for Ariel Pink. Wilder still looks the part — think Johnny Rotten, but older and skinnier — and still clings to his punk dreams, but his days are mostly spent just scraping by and surviving.
What if that 2001 monolith touched down in the middle of a nicely woozy parking lot rap video? It would be awesome, obviously, which is the case with director Grant Singer's video for Travi$ Scott, Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan.
Just in time for Halloween, this creepy-funny clip finds something grotesque beneath the surfaces of suburbia. When a 1950s housewife discovers her husband's infidelity, revenge is a dish best shared with the neighbors. Hope you're hungry for dinner!
If you're an American male of a certain age then you probably remember trolling the mall for chicks, striking out, and then wasting some time and quarters at the arcade. So it goes for the gameless and hopeless Ariel Pink and his buddy in this video...
The news intro gives you a taste of the hell that is Los Angeles gangland, but things get more immersive when the gender-bending artist Mykki Blanco walks you through the sex, the drugs, the violence and the danger.