Saturday Spins: Die Antwoord, Mac DeMarco, M.I.A., Natasha Khan & Beck, Duke Slammer

Messed up new videos by Die Antwoord, M.I.A. & Mac DeMarco, a fashion film collab between Bat for Lashes singer Natasha Khan & Beck & more.

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Natasha Khan and Beck, “Under the Indigo Moon”

Bat for Lashes singer Natasha Khan and Beck are back together in the soundtrack business. This time it’s not in the name of Twilight, but British fashion label YMC — Khan designed prints for its new capsule collection SS14, and directed and co-starred in this short film:


Mac DeMarco, “Passing Out Pieces”

Indie rocker Mac DeMarco fine-tunes his crazy homeless vibes in this latest video for a track of his record Salad Days, directed by his band’s bassist, Pierce McGarry.


M.I.A. & the Partysquad , “Double Bubble Trouble”

M.I.A. directed this video, the latest visual blast from her 2013 album Matangi, and like the bad girl she is, apparently uploaded this uncensored version against her label’s wishes. Is it that scandalous? See for yourself:


Die Antwoord, “Pitbull Terrier”

South Africa’s zef hellraisers Die Antwoord keep doing their thing. This song comes from their forthcoming album Donker Mag, out June 3, and take note that they’re playing Metropolis on Friday, June 6 — tickets cost $29.50 in advance.


Duke Slammer, “Seahenge”

Here’s a track by electro-funk/skwee producer Duke Slammer (aka Norwich, England’s Luke Sanger), which will be out on seven-inch on Monday, May 26, and on the Simple Pleasures EP, out June 9, both on Ancient Robot. Check this video, directed by Antony Barkworth-Knight.