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Welcome to FACT’s weekly video round-up.

As we note at the end of every year, music videos have never been better. But too often, music videos — along with documentaries, live sets and interview clips — get lost in the shuffle of news and new music.

With that in mind, FACT is doing what it does for mixes, mixtapes, vinyl and more: rounding up the internet’s best videos on a weekly basis. And to remove our bias, we won’t be including our own content — you’ll have to stay tuned to FACT TV for all your Against The Clock, FACT Freestyle and Big Narstie needs.

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Dir: Andrew Huang

Björk re-teams with Andrew Huang for the ‘Stonemilker’ video, which was shot with a 360-degree camera at Grótta’s beach in Reykjavik. Originally premiered earlier this year, you can now enjoy this interactive experience without an Oculus Rift headset.

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Holly Herndon
‘Morning Sun’
Dir: John Merizalde & Mat Dryhurst

Holly Herndon is the first woman on Mars (well, except for Tinashe, we suppose) in her cinematically-inclined ‘Morning Sun’. While significantly less abstract than previous efforts, it still has a few Herndon touchstones: the overlaid HUD graphics and a political message in the form of a hopeful postscript regarding interplanetary travel: “May it be more humane and fair than the world your governments have made before.”

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Mic Terror
‘Like This’
Dir: Aaron Perkins

A track from the frenetic Treated Crew x Tek Life EP, ‘Like This’ bounds from salvaged video dating tapes to a very-millennial collage: cat GIFs, Sega graphics and faux-VHS effects.

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Little Boots
‘Better In The Morning’
Dir: Nova Dando

Little Boots returns with a video for her walk-of-shame anthem, combining timely hashtags with nostalgic artifacts of the workaday lifestyle. In bleached-out pastels and mind-numbing loops, everything is a little off.

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Zuzuka Poderosa
Dir: Shruti Parekh

Caricoa bass artist Zuzuka Poderosa is ready for summer in tropical neon with a video whose style and dance routine is an electric Indian-Brazilian cross-cultural exchange.

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Omar Souleyman
‘Bahdeni Nami’
Dir: Mina Tosti

How’s this for a tour video? Omar Souleyman lights up and hits the road as director Mina Tosti shows the street and hills of Turkey with a Four Tet-produced soundtrack.


Fucked Up
‘Year of The Hare’
Dir: Trevor Blumas

The 21-minute title track of Fucked Up’s forthcoming EP is about “getting stuck in time-sucking gadgets and trends, stress and scheduling” of modern life. The interactive video is comprised of a series of (user-controlled, if you can figure it out) loops that explore the surreal monotony of city life.

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OG Maco

OG Maco pays tribute to his brother with ’15’, a well-shot tour video that recounts some highlights of his recent rise to fame, with some home video footage, for good measure.



Produced by Always & Forever, ‘Dennis’ is a 3D visual where “each frame is created in real time with code—nothing is pre-rendered,” making each viewing of the maximalist track a different experience.

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Lil B
‘Soul Food’

Fresh off cursing James Harden out of the playoffs, Lil B teases Thugged Out Pissed Off with ‘Soul Food’. It isn’t much, but we do get to see Lil B launder money like Amelia Bedelia.

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