Dutch Uncles shifts between pop and art-rock on “Out Of Touch Into The Wild”, making an enjoyable record that falls prey to its cleverness.
Daughter has Bon Iver and Hot Chip all mashed up.
The self-described “popular electronic music duo from the Internet” Big Data – Daniel Armbruster and Alan Wilkis – have given us an exciting first taste with “The Stroke Of Return”.
Things get really weird really quickly in the video for Hot Chip’s “Don’t Deny Your Heart”.
Theme Park puts out a lovely cover, perfect for a romantic evening with that special someone.
Hot Chip drops their second video within a week. It will make you want to go out and buy a green screen to partake in the fun.
Hot Chip proves why they are still the weirdest beat and dance makers since 2004. Also show us video of mad scientist cutting open purple tails of dead models filled with cotton to make sure we know just how weird.
Hot Chip prove once again that they can create some great jams, although they might have to tweak their formula a bit.
“Don’t Deny Your Heart” is the latest song Hot Chip offer leading up to the release of “In Our Heads”.
It doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, but this new Hot Chip video is sharp. It also has super model Lara Stone and Malcolm McDowell in it too.
Watch Hot Chip debut “How Do You Do” and “Don’t Deny Your Heart” on Later… With Jools Holland, two new cuts from their new album “In Our Heads”.
Listen to Hot Chip’s latest single “Night And Day” from their upcoming album “In Our Heads”.
Hot Chip’s new album, “In Our Heads” hits stores this summer, but you can watch a very dizzying video for “Flutes” right now.
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