New Music Videos from She Past Away, Jae Mansa, and more | Client Roundup – June 20, 2019

New This Week: “Disko Anksiyete” music video from She Past Away, plus new videos from Jae Mansa, Gino McKoy, and more

 

It’s officially summer here and things are busy as ever here at HIP HQ: we’ve got a whopping eight new video for you this week! Here’s our latest HIP Picks – Weekly Client Roundup- take a look at the videos above, and learn more about each clip by clicking on the links below.

“Disko Anksiyete” Music Video: She Past Away (Dark Wave/Eletronic)

From Bursa, Anatolia, Turkey, She Past Away create brooding, darkwave music that’s hypnotic yet emotional. And yes, they sing in Turkish – but that hasn’t stopped them from connecting with fans worldwide (their summer U.S. shows are selling out). “Disko Anksiyete”, the title track from their latest album (out now on Metropolis Records), is accompanied by an equally grim and unnerving clip – but one that sees the band poised to break through on a true U.S. takeover.

“Fate” Music Video: Jae Mansa (Hip Hop)

 Jae Mansa – a two-man team consisting of Daron “Jae” Johnson and Brandon “B” Boone – is a piece of hip-hop gold in the North Carolina scene. In the clip “Fate”, from their EP Yung Kings, they team up with director Mark Lee to portray a group of young schoolchildren who are determined to go after their dreams, even when their teacher won’t believe them.

“YUNG KINGS” Music Video: Jae Mansa (Hip Hop)

On every track, Jae Mansa share true stories and honest emotions with clever sampling and rhythms. “YUNG KINGS” is the title track from their latest EP, out now on Atlanta-based label EOARN ENTERTAINMENT, and in the video, they bring us in to their world and show us the reality they grew up with and are now working to get out of.

“Sensy Girl” Music Video: Gino McKoy (Pop/Dance)

Gino McKoy is a prominent singer-songwriter (his first-ever composition was played at the 2006 FIFA World Cup!), but a talented film and music video director, screenwriter, and film producer. His independent sci-fi film Lumina will be distributed by Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures/Freestyle Releasing (US) and Filmnation (Worldwide theatrical). McKoy’s latest video is for “Sensy Girl”, one of the original tracks on the Lumina EP, the film’s soundtracks. Produced by legendary producer David Kershenbaum with McKoy and mixed by 15-time Grammy winner Mick Guzauski, “Sensy Girl” is a modern R&B track that showcases McKoy’s songwriting and collaborator Diamond’s lyrical flow. The “Sensy” video is Nouveau-chic with old-school effects, and was color-graded by Chris Jensen, the mind behind the color grading for the live-action Aladdin, M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies, and Ready Player One.

“California In My Mind” Music Video: Truxton Mile (Country)

Second only to Music City itself, perhaps no city means more to country fans than Bakersfield, California. Truxton Mile take their name from a street in their hometown, and their music – which blends country sincerity and rock swagger – is a perfect homage to the city. “California In My Mind” is a serenade to their ideal woman – and a love song to their home state. Ernie Vasquez directed the video, which sees them show off the Golden State’s glory, as Truxton Mile rocks on a bluff overlooking Bakersfield, and visits the Lengthwise Brewing Company, a true local landmark.

“Let You In” Music Video: Pete Muller (Pop/Folk)

Even when he’s singing his heart out, Pete Muller’s voice radiates a smile. “Let You In”, his latest, is a duet with Missy Soltero, and sees Muller at his creative best, combining elements of jazz, folk, pop, country, and classic rock. Muller and Soltero both appear in Lenny Bass’s performance video for the song, and their chemistry is so infectious, two other couples join them and dance before they’ve finished the first verse.

“All My Love” Music Video: Carol C (Dance/Pop)

New York native Carol C is no stranger to music – she’s a prominent DJ and fronts the acclaimed Si*Se – but Seven is her first solo album. The sultry “All My Love” was produced and mixed by Mario McNulty (Prince, David Bowie) and mastered by Bob Power (De La Soul, Erykah Badu); its video was directed by Navegante. When Carol C sings, everything dances, and on screen in “All My Love”, she showcases some of Manhattan’s most quintessential scenes: the Empire State Building, Orchard Street, the Domino Factory on the East River… oh, and graffiti that pulses with life and vibrance.

“Rat” Music Video: Howlin’ Whale (Rock/Jam)

Since 2011, Howlin’ Whale has been honing a psychedelic harmonica style she calls “bog.” Unrelenting wanderlust led her from New England to Los Angeles, where she lent her harmonica skills to locals Sea At Last on their album Atlas. She co-wrote “Castle” with them, which premiered on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic. “Rat” is the first single from her debut EP Many Lives, and it’s a powerful introduction to what Howlin’ Whale is all about. In the “Rat” video, director Immanuel Otto shoots from the point of view of someone front and center, as Howlin’ Whale and her band –  Fire Mist, Kavika G, M.Cat Spoony, and Tyler Hammond – play the song in a small, dimly lit room.

 


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