Here's the first video off of The Chemical Brothers newest album, "We Are The Night".
Here's the video for Hatiras' track 'Space Invaders', which was released in January of 2001.
This track won Hatiras' a Juno in 2002 for Best Dance.
Here's a video from Calanit (caí li neet), a supposed 'international pop/dance star' (personally, I've never heard of her).
The track does have a catchy beat, but I'm sure that won't be the reason why you keep playing the video.
Here is the video to (what I think is) one of the most recognizable, distinctive and remixed tracks ever played (excluding 'Billy Jean' of course).
Here's another music video from the Canadian duo MSTRKRFT (pronounced 'mastercraft'). Enjoy the singing nipples.
Here's the music video for TiŽsto's 'Adagio For Strings'. Enjoy
Here is Nine Inch Nails' first video, 'Survivalism' off of their latest album 'Year Zero'.
Here is the video for the new single from Dada (Matt Schwartz of The Drill, Deepest Blue), with Vocals from House Legend Sandy Rivera (Kings of tomorrow) and the wonderful Trix (from the electro-punk band, LIPS).
The brand new Armin van Buuren single is a long awaited Dutch collaboration between Armin and Rank1, with vocals from Kush (UK).
Here's the video for Armand Van Helden's single 'Touch Your Toes' (with Fat Joe/BL), which is off of his sixth artist album, Ghettoblaster, due out in May.
Here are two videos for Tiesto's first single "In The Dark" (featuring Christian Burns previously of BBMak, now electro rock outfit Inhaler), off of his latest album "Elements Of Life" which was released on April 16th.
Here's "Artillery", one of the tracks off of the new Infected Mushroom album, "Vicious Delicious".
Such a classic song song, but I'm not too sure about the video. See for yourself.
I'm not really sure what to write, just check out the video.
If you thought Rahzel (from The Roots) was good, check out these videos of Roxorloops (considered the best), Fatty K, Roustix, and of course Rahzel.
While looking around to find out more about MSTRKRFT (who were mentioned in the posting below), I stumbled across the video on their website, which also happens to be on YouTube (how convenient). Enjoy.