Major Lazer reveals video for Jet Blue Jet feat. GTA, DJ Raz, DJ Biggy and Leftside

The new video comes from Major Lazer camp for the track ’Jet Blue Jet’, it’s a dancehall-EDM bad boyd off the latest ’Free the Universe’ LP out on Mad Decent for some time now.


"I was born to be high" goes the mantra for the visuals that combine psychedelic sights with pretty tattooed women smoking.

As on every album, there’s a whole lineup of contributers on this particular track: Major Lazer feat. GTA, DJ Raz, DJ Biggy and Leftside and ’Jet Blue Jet’

UNICEF and Moderat work together to #ENDviolence: watch the official video for ‘Gita’

The German electronic producer Moderat has published a video for the beautiful single 'Gita' taken from his latest album 'II'. What's more, is that the video is the outcome of a collaboration between UNICEF and Monkeytown/Mute


Directed by Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schembori, the video sheds light on the latest ground breaking #ENDviolence against children campaign. The movement of global magnitude aims at raising awareness and sparking local action to combat the violence against children. Making 'the invisible, visible' watch the video for yourself as it tells the story of domestic violence through the eyes of a child experiencing it in his own home. 

Dillon Francis shows soft spot in an artistic video for ‘Without You’ feat. T.E.E.D.

Dillon Francis isn't exactly known for soft productions. But everybody does know that the Mad Decent signed producer has got his soft spot. If you've yet to experience it, you're probaby not aware of the time when he re-enacted a sensual scene from 'Ghost' with 12th Planet


This piece accompanies Francis' track 'Without You' produced together with the electronic indie group Totally Enormous Extinct Dinousarus. The first single lifted from the upcoming album gives a clue that Dillon will be exposing his deeper side in contrast to his usually quirky productions. 

His videos have always been creative, so this one's no exception. Directed by Mister Whitmore & Devon Gibbs, the artistic visual approach to a rather mediocre EDM tune has helped amass almost 30K views in first 2 days. There's no telling how many T-shirts were printed in the making of this tune. But it's been reported that no child labor was used in producing the shirts that deliver the lyrics throug-out the song.

Enjoy the official music video for 'Without You' by Dillon Francis feat. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs! If you like it, the tune itself can be bought via iTunes and Beatport.

Disclosure publish a 360 degree video of ‘Latch’ live performance

A few months ago, the brothers who make up the Disclosure duo were caught in their first 'DJ-acting' controversy. It was a nasty affair, where apparently the organizers were to blame, with Disclosure not doing much of acting anyway now even plugging in headphones. Everybody who's in the know, have a pretty good idea that the one of the highest rising young producers out there are actually capable musicians. 


As a follow-up to the live show at New York's Central Park last month, Disclosure have shared a 360 degree video of them performing 'Latch'. The show took place at the yearly Summer Stage festival on August 6. They were joined by vocalist Sam Smith on stage. 

Everyone still in doubt about the live playing abilities will have a close-up view of Guy and Howard playing their instruments. Overlook the crowd or check out what was happening in the skies, the choice is yours. 

The eventful year has seen the Mercury-nominated debut album 'Settle' hit number one, start a collaboration with the ever sought-after Nile Rodgers and announce another North-Americas tour in 2014.

Enjoy the 360 degree video of Disclosure featuring Sam Smith performing 'Latch'!

Nicolas Jaar answers to What Has Happened to New York?

Seems that the mini-documentary is a popular medium for drawing attention. Shortly after Porter Robinson released his Language tour video, we've got another to share with you. This one comes from the courtesy of The Red Bull Academy. A variety of producers and nightlife figures give their input on 'What's Happened To New York?' The biggest name is NY-based electronica wonder-kid Nicolas Jaar who comments: “There’s something about finding yourself through exhaustion. And New York is such an exhausting city. This is why I can make music here, I can really push myself to do maybe unhealthy things.”


Watch 'Rough Around The Edges', featuring Dev Hynes, Venus X and Veronica Vasicka among others!