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New Electronic/Dance Music Videos: Robyn “Call Your Girlfriend,” Amon Tobin & Data Romance

Think: A carefree Swede raving on her own

“Call Your Girlfriend” finds Robyn returning to an old theme of hers as the Max Vitali-directed video showcases the Swedish singer dancing on her own. Pulsating lights later fill the mammoth warehouse setting, contrasting the singer’s dirty line-dancing with a slick rave aesthetic. The single is taken from one of 2010′s finest albums, Body Talk.

Think: Welcome to a digital future

Similar to Nosaj Thing‘s stage-design at the 2010 Lunchmeat Festival, the development of Amon Tobin‘s “ISAM” tour visuals follow a remarkably innovative projection-based stage set-up. Creating a show around densely pixelated animations, the visuals triggered by Tobin’s music and are projected against a cubed backdrop to create other-worldly effects. The project shows how ridiculously gorgeous an otherwise-standard DJ set can truly be. (Dap to The Daily Swarm for the heads up.)

Think: The spookiest B-boy routine you’re likely to see all day

Directed by Alistair Legrand (Beach House) comes this new video for “The Deep” by Vancouver-based duo Data Romance. Featuring Memphis-based performer Lil Buck and a pair of New Styles Krew dancers, the eerie visuals complement the slowly creeping song, crafting an element of grungy darkness which offsets the slick single. “The Deep” is set to be featured on the group’s eponymous debut EP which will be release this month.


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