“Remember, Remember” by Nolse from United States

Part angel, part man, part actor, part alien character looks with mourning and confusion at the sea (earth). He is confronted with flashes of ocean and dazzled by his own wand of light as he is rocked like a ship with a violent force beyond language. In this world of voices apart from the world the darkness comes and goes from his soul and gaze with the rise and fall of voices until there is a calm by which the actor sings a song of longing and loss, a plea for company in a fallen planet.

“Thought” by Phresh $yndicate from USA

Hailing from the west side of Detroit, Phresh $yndicate’s incomparable style leaves them speeding in their own lane. These 2 best friends have continuously aimed to create original music since 2008. Star Richie is the group’s producer and singer, Buffy B. is the emcee. Together they bring adaptable sensations with a unique edge and profound sound.

“Open Water” by Casey Mattson from USA

Oliver Tree’s keyboardist/guitartist/prodcuer Casey Mattson steps out front with his second music video for the self-produced “Open Water”. The song features a hypnotic, driving guitar riff, soaring vocal layers and contemporary electronic production. The video is a hilarious and mystical journey through Proto, Portugal, Belgium and all the way home to Los Angles California.
Music video debuting January 8th 🙂

“Both Ways” by Wire & Wasteland from United States

The story depicts a young woman who is seeking to find spiritual happiness – she seeks to find it in religion and romantic relationships, but ultimately she has to discover what actually makes her feel alive and free. The video concludes with her embracing her new life, and learning how to find her own spirituality.

“White Lies & Palm Trees” by The Lovepools from USA

White Lies & Palm Trees is a synthpop song featuring sounds inspired by Stranger Things and sing-a-long vocals. With a cinematic visual style comparable to “Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World”, the singer wakes from an obvious hangover and leads the viewer down a rabbit hole of temptations: masked girls, drug deals, bags of money and unsigned record contracts.