by / November 17th, 2010 /

Video Roundup: Tricky, Hot Hot Heat, Museum of Belles Artes, Tahiti 80, Fujiya Y Miyagi & Simian Mobile Disco (ok, & Beady Eye)

Infamous “career criminal” Freddie Foreman opens for Tricky with an affecting spoken word piece, Hot Hot Heat continue the illicit theme with people-smuggling activities in Mexico, Swedish ones-to-watch Museum of Bellas Artes reveal their debut video, French indie-pop band Tahiti 80 come back in block colours while Fujiya & Miyagi are sixteen shades of black and blue with creepy performance artistry, Simian Mobile Disco’s food inspired techno sees them getting meaty and then there’s Liam Gallagher with Beady Eye.

Tricky – ‘Ghetto Stars’

Hot Hot Heat – ‘Goddess’

Museum of Bellas Artes – ‘Days Ahead’

Tahiti 80 – ‘Solitary Biziness’

Fujiya & Miyagi – ‘Sixteen Shades of Black & Blue’

Simian Mobile Disco – ‘Sweetbread’

Beady Eye – ‘Bring The Light’