In this first installment of Music Art Trends, a column detailing stylistic commonalities across music media, we highlight electronic musicians Oneohtrix Point Never and Jimmy Edgar's respective collaborations with artists Takeshi Murata and Brez. In the music videos for "Problem Areas" and "Hot Inside", animated three-dimensional objects are the main focus (and in the case of Jimmy Edgar's "Hot Inside", one can also find another popular sub-theme often found in music art these days: that of finely-manicured female hands).

 

Voyeuristic eyes take one through sexually deviant territories in the Thee Oh Sees' "Lupine Dominus" and Kasper Bjørke's "Bohemian Soul". Both music videos contain similar themes and color palettes, but one is reminiscent of methy eye bags and Vegas Old Strip-style filthiness; the other travels halfway across the world to offer a beatific view of Thai ladyboys. See the full post to view both music videos and to hear additional tracks from both artists.

Thee Oh Sees - "Lupine Dominus" Music Video

Kasper Bjørke - "Bohemian Soul" Music Video