Shamir - In For The Kill Music Video

FULL SCREEN: Shamir takes the world by UFO, Wavves impresses The Iron Sheik

Plus: Speedy Ortiz had a great time at art camp, mom and dad!

- Sep 16, 2015
Full Screen is our rumination on the remarkable music videos of the day. Today, Wavves gets EXTREME, Shamir drops his mixtape (literally), and Speedy Ortiz go to camp. It's a good one!

Wavves, "Way Too Much"

Wavves - Way Too Much (Official Video)

Here’s a brief history of Nathan Williams' career as a wrestling fan:
- Born
- Starts watching wrestling
- Loves it
- Fast forward 20 years
- Finds Underground Empire Wrestling

Underground Empire Wrestling is not something you want to find yourself a part of. It’s absolute chaos. Barbed wire and baseball bats with thumbtacks are just a couple of the items wrestlers will use in a “deathmatch.” Yes, a deathmatch. That’s what they’re called. The new video for “Way Too Much” shows us the goriness of what that looks like, and believe me, it’s not pretty.

Also, this:

Wavves' V is out October 2 via Ghost Ramp/Warner Bros. Pre-order here.

Shamir, "In For The Kill"

Shamir - In For The Kill [Official HD Video]

Oh Shamir, how easy it is to fall in love with you. For “In For The Kill,” the 20-year old Las Vegas native takes the world by UFO. After decades of us going to space to find something, anything, the martians finally returned the favour and paid a visit to our barely functioning planet. And what do they do upon arrival to a new planet? They drop their mixtape on the concerned citizens below.

Shamir's debut album Ratchet is out now on XL.

Speedy Ortiz, "Swell Content"

Speedy Ortiz - "Swell Content" (official music video)

Summer is the most wonderful time of the year. The sun is shining, the children are playing, the water is warm, and it's time to go to camp! Hopping in your mom's minivan and getting dropped off to play for a week is one of the best ideas someone could come up with. Speedy Ortiz relive that amazing childhood memory at art camp. And Speedy Ortiz look like they're having as much fun as you would have spending a summer at camp with Speedy Ortiz. Glitter and gold stickers as a reward? Doing what you want and not what your parents want for you? Camp forever!

Speedy Ortiz's new album Foil Deer is out now on Carpark Records.

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