The New MTV: Video Roundup Ep. 1 - Yacht, Feeding People, Woods, Melody's Echo Chamber, ESP

September 12th, 2012 2:29pm EDT

Feeding People - 'Island Universe' Ok. Time for a new feature at Get eXposed Music here at Starpulse - a video roundup feature. With so many excellent videos floating around, sometimes you just cant get to them all, but we can. As we continue to pick up the slack for MTV (even though they still have a Music Video Awards show), use these video to fill your enrich your life with the sound of music (of something hokey like that).

Yacht - "Le Goudron"

"Le Goudron" is a surrealist revolutionary song originally recorded in 1969 by Brigitte Fontaine with The Art Ensemble of Chicago; YACHT has reinvented its naive-apocalyptic candor for a neon-soaked dance floor, our preferred autonomous zone.

Feeding People - "Island Universe"

Feeding People has released a video for "Island Universe" shot at author Ray Bradbury's old house and the Salton Sea, the Dick Thompson directed video stars Feeding People's Jessie Jones and Louis Filliger.

Woods - "Cali in a Cup"

Woods offer up their best late-1960s West Coast vibes in the new Adarsha Benjamin-directed video for "Cali in a Cup".

Melody's Echo Chamber - "I Follow You"

Melody's Echo Chamber, the project of Melody Prochet, premieres its first ever music video for "I Follow You" (directed by Laurie Lassalle). The song is taken from the self-titled album due Sept. 25 on Fat Possum and Sept. 24 in the UK via Weird World.

ESP - "Serenade"

Here's ESP's new video for "Serenade," directed by the hyper-talented Alexandra Pelly. The concept is an homage to Yellow Magic Orchestra - if you don't know them, do yourself a favor and watch the hell out of this video. Anyway, "Serenade" takes its cues from this YMO video, which will also blow your mind apart like one of Gallagher's watermelons.

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Photo Credits: YouTube/Feeding People

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