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THIS WEEK: 11 Best Music Videos
February 18, 2012
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It was announced a while back, but now there's video evidence: The Beach Boys are back at it. In a video released Tuesday, the Boys are back in the recording studio remaking one of their classic tunes - 'Do It Again', appropriately enough.

There were some other great videos this week: the latest effort from ex-White Stripe Jack White, Vancouver quartet Yukon Blonde returns home, Julia Holter takes us into a euphoric dream-like landscape that includes puppies in hawaiian shirts, Montreal's Hoshi Neko crafts a stop-motion video, Tennis drops a faux-vintage ski thriller and Shearwater shows us what 'Night At The Museum' would have been like on LSD.

Also, Lambchop delivers an ode to professional wrestling, the Grammy Award-winning Bon Iver perform an intimate 5-song set for 4AD, Portland's Chromatics pay tribute to Neil Young and Tanlines might have changed everything with their 360º video technology.

For more great tunes, make sure to listen to the Strombo Show on CBC Radio 2 on Sunday night at 8.

The Beach Boys Do It Again

Bon Iver's 4AD Session

Chromatics "Into The Black"

Hoshi Neko "Yamantaka // Sonic Titan"

Hoshi Neko - Yamantaka // Sonic Titan from Emily Pelstring on Vimeo.

Jack White "Love Interruption"

Julia Holter "In The Same Room"

Lambchop "Gone Tomorrow"

Shearwater "Breaking The Yearlings"

Tanlines "Brothers"

Tennis "Origins"

Yukon Blonde "Stairway"


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