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EDMovie Madness: Kygo “Carry Me,” DVBBS “Ur On My Mind,” And Porter Robinsons Animation For “Shelter”

On this weeks edition of EDMovie Madness, we will be going over music video’s from Tropical House King, Kygo, Big Room Brothers, DVBBS, and the man the myth and the legend, Porter Robinson.

Kygo – Carry Me

Kygo – Carry Me ft. Julia Michaels

Kygo has had a successful 2016 with the release of his debut album, “Cloud Nine,” as well as his clothing line, “Kygo Life Collection.” “Carry Me” off of the album featuring Julia Michaels just became his newest music video. The video takes place in Ibiza featuring Kygo, social media star Jay Alvarrez, and their group of friends Surfing through sand dunes and riding a water powered jet pack through the ocean. Afterwards they switch surroundings to a mansion pool party and then a yacht, and of course some clips of Kygo’s live performances in between.

DVBBS – Ur On My Mind

DVBBS – Ur On My Mind (Official Music Video)

Brothers Chris Chronicles & Alex Andre, also knows as DVBBS, actually released their music video for “Ur On My Mind” a month ago, but they have now released it’s “official” music video. Although the song remains the same, the two video’s are completely different. The first one consists of clips of the brothers in the studio and performing onstage, while the official video shows them parading aroud the desert in a range rover.

Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter

Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter (Official Video)

It’s no secret that Porter Robinson has a love for Japanese Culture and anime, and now he’s incorporating it into his newest music video. “Shelter,” his collab with Madeon was instantly a hit and his fans have been awaiting it’s animation. The video, written and produced by Porter himself with A-1 pictures, was directed by Toshifumi Akai and is about six minutes long. The official website for Shelter The Animation features a storyline synopsis: “Rin, a 17-year-old girl, lives inside a futuristic simulator in infinite, beautiful loneliness. Each day, she awakens in virtual reality to create a world for herself, yet in real life, Rin’s comatose body floats through the universe, forever trapped inside a virtual simulation she will never wake up from…” And Porter shared with his twitter: “‘shelter the animation’ tells the story of a girl living alone in a simulation built by her father to save her from the end of the world.”

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Connect With DVBBS: Website | Twitter | Facebook

Connect With Porter Robinson: Website | Twitter | Facebook

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