Music| 5 Awesome Music Videos Worth Checking Out

• This week in music, Jane Jupiter drifts us away into a desert oasis, Charli XCX teams up with Rita Ora for a Tarantino-style road trip, and G-Eazy offers a video diary of what it’s like to be a Tumblr girl. Check below for our picks of the most interesting visual content in music that may have slipped under your radar this week.

Jane Jupiter x Chapman – “Stargazing”

Jane Jupiter, the alter ego of electronic rapper Kid Sister, has released a new video in collaboration with NYC recording artist Chapman. Evoking a soothing Sade atmosphere where crooning R&B vocals melt over an impeccably photographed desert landscape, the video’s title track is taken from the singer’s mixtape  DUSK2DAWN: The Diary Of Jane Jupiter.

G-Eazy – “Tumblr Girls”

Oakland rapper G-Eazy’s “Tumblr Girls” offers both a video and photo montage documenting the seemingly superficial lifestyle of the “Instagram model”. Minimal clothing, “artsy” filtering, and provocative posing provide substance for the video’s eye candy appeal, which also mimics the very notion as to what garners these models’ social media prominence.

Years & Years – “King”

British synthpop trio Years & Years are subjects to physical manipulation by a troupe of touchy feely dancers in their latest video for “King”, shot in the suburbs of LA.

Charli XCX – “Doing It” feat. Rita Ora

Charli XCX embarks on a road trip across the western American countryside complete with campy roadside attractions, sleazy motels, and flashy 70s getups. Accompanied by Rita Ora, the video’s punchy colors and B-movie aesthetics were inspired by the photographic works of David Lachapelle and films such as Natural Born Killers and Thelma and Louise.

Novelist x Mumdance – 1 Sec

Grime act Novelist releases a disorienting new video for the Mumdance-produced track “1 Sec”, which takes place around a gritty locale centered in a shady London neighborhood.

Music| Listen to Tove Styrke “Brag” & Watch “Borderline”

• What started at Swedish Idol has blossomed into what is today Tove Styrke. After coming in third place on the renown show, this singer received a record deal from Sony Sweden and soon after released her debut self-titled album back in 2010. To what many saw as to early of a career choice, this album in turn went platinum in Sweden and also landed Tove a Swedish Grammy nomination. Four years later the singer has returned with more releases and visuals that have earned her a much more global audience.

Styrke has been hard at work crafting a bunch of new material, resulting in her new Borderline EP. On this fantastic project, she’s created a sound that uniquely draws from her female contemporaries: one part Charli XCX‘s girl-power mantras, one part ‘s playfulness, and one part Tove Lo‘s knack for undeniable pop hooks. This work of art is looking to be inspirational and fun.

Borderline is out today, get it here. Enjoy The “Borderline” Above & “Brag” Below.