MØ – Tour Life

A bit of the insight into Mø’s tour life 🙂 The Danish artist, whose real name is Karen Marie Ørsted, reveals some information about touring, gigs, collaborators, meaning of music and… her name. You’ll like it if you’re her fan.

Music Remains – A history of recorded music in 90 seconds

Brilliant 1,5-minute video showing the history of recorded music. It was made in one-shot at London’s world-famous Abbey Road Studios. Music remains, no doubt about it 🙂

Dum Dum Girls – Are You Okay (By Bret Easton Ellis, Official Short Film)

American rock band Dum Dum Girls have released a short, 11-minute movie which features the song ‘Are You Okay?’ from their latest LP ‘Too True’. The thriller was written by Bret Easton Ellis and it stars Dee Dee, Shiloh Fernandez and Sophia Marzocchi. Pretty gloomy story!

Short Documentary on Berlin’s Club Scene [Real Scenes: Berlin]

Very interesting, short documentary about Berlin as a European capital of club music. It explains the beginnings of the underground techno music in relation to the fall of the Berlin Wall. That historical event from 1989 apparently played a crucial role in the future development of electronic scene in the capital of Germany.

Faul & Wad Ad vs. Pnau – Making of ‘Changes’ + Official Video

This song was definitely one of the highlights of 2013, at least for dance house or saxophone fans (is there anybody else on the planet? 🙂 ). The amazing video has been released quite late (Dec 2013) and now Faul and Wad Ad have shared a making of ‘Changes’ videoclip which you can see below. Toilet paper paradise!

Watch Lana Del Rey’s ‘Tropico’ Mini-Film


Lana Del Rey as Biblical Eve? No, this is not a joke. This is what happens in her short movie ‘Tropico’ which just had its premiere last night. Highly-anticipaded, 27-minute long video is described as ‘an epic tale of sin and redemption’ and besides the singer, stars the first male albino model – Shaun Ross, known from Beyonce’s and Katy Perry’s videos.

‘Tropico’ is divided into three segments  where you will respectively hear LDR’s songs ‘Body Electric’, ‘Gods and Monsters’ and ‘Bel Air’. The story was written by Lana Del Rey herself , directed by Anthony Mandler and produced by Rick Rubin.

Watch the full video below or here.