Tory Lanez and Keys N Krates team up for “Music To My Ears” music video, directed by Nathan Boey. Puppet Tory Lanez tries to juggle multiple relationships with non-puppet women and it doesn’t go too well for him. All the puppet men dance around in the new video, which premiered exclusively on The FADER.

Keys N Krates take control on “My Night,” a weighty hip hop track featuring GOOD Music MC/vocalist 070 Shake. Appearing on the Toronto trio’s debut album “Cura,” the  hallucinogenic production is accentuated by the rising New Jersey artist’s haunting sung / rap vocal.

Keys N Krates step out of the darkness with “Glitter,” a deep twilight groove featuring New Orleans R&B talent Ambré. On the first single off the trio’s debut album “Cura,” the Canadians layer intoxicating vocals over silky synths and pulsating bass, illuminating the dancefloor with futuristic disco vibes.

Most modern pop culture references to robots illustrate them as innately evil, but what if they could be a companion? The “Love Again” video explores that notion through a dystopian world where “artificial companions” have the capacity to love, but are exiled from society.

The official video for “Nothing But Space,” set in some otherworldly beautiful corner of the Earth catches two horned creatures engaged in a dance battle between cragged mountains and wide open ocean.

Through the lens of visionary directors Adam Beck and Paul Johnston, the official music video for ‘U Already Know’ portrays a seemingly innocent commune of young eccentrics living in the outskirts of society. As the fateful narrative unfolds, Keys N Krates take you on a metaphysical journey that transpires when spiritual existence meets real life opposition.

In the new music video for their vocal ballad “Save Me (feat. Katy B),” Keys N Krates offer an absurdist take on romance and materialism. Under a motif of forbidden love, the video profiles the exaggerated inanimate relationship as it evolves from suppression to unabashed celebration.

Keys N Krates team up with Dead Skull for an original art film to accompany Hypnotik.

Canadian three-piece Keys N Krates’ trap-tinged ballad “Understand Why” comes to life through the tale of a fledgling martial arts fighter determined to conquer her craft.

After hearing “Are We Faded” off Keys N Krates’ new Every Nite EP, a young fan in Toronto got her dance class to choreograph and perform a recital to the track. The video was sent to the band, who then passed it along to Dim Mak. Everyone agreed it should be shared with the world so the public could view the music through her eyes. Here is the result.

Enter the grimy, sexy world of monster trucks with the official music video for “Keep It 100,” the single by Grandtheft & Keys N Krates. The video gives us a swift and deadly, bass-laden roundhouse kick to the face of dance music. A combination of dirt, monster trucks, girls and champagne, the video brings raunchy sex appeal to a whole new level, showing us what it means to “Keep It 100.”

Keys N Krates present the official music video for their single “Dum Dee Dum” off SOLOW EP. The video is a hilarious mockumentary that explores the Mennonite culture. Director Mike Howey visits various Mennonite communities and introduces members to current technology unbeknownst to them. The reaction from the Mennonite community to the alien sounds of “Dum Dee Dum” is priceless

Treat Me Right: an epic trip through space, time and romance novels. The official music video from Keys N Krates interprets its own ambiguous request by borrowing from the beautifully rendered (yet often ridiculous) world of vintage romance novel cover art.
Spanning everything from Highlander love to superspy ass-kickery, only an origin from deep space can explain Treat Me Right’s evolutionary mysteries.

Keys N Krates present the official music video for “I Just Can’t Deny,” the third single off their SOLOW EP.

Cura Tour: Part 3 (Recap)

– Mar 29, 2018

Cura Tour: Part 2 (Recap)

– Mar 8, 2018

Cura Tour: Part 1 (Recap)

– Feb 22, 2018

Live recap from the first week of shows on The Cura Tour

– Feb 2, 2018 

Get a first look at Keys N Krates’ new stage production on The Cura Tour.

– Jan 23, 2018

Keys N Krates live from Sonar Barcelona

– Jun 26, 2017

Recap of “Keys N Krates Birthday Party 2016”

– Sep 29, 2016

Mixmag and Smirnoff Sound Collective present: Keys N Krates (DJ Set) @ The Lab #SmirnoffHouse | Nocturnal Wonderland 2016.

– Sep 8, 2016

Midnite Mass Tour recap from Minneapolis on Feb 5, 2016. Filmed & Produced by Zoss Film.

– Mar 9, 2016

Interview + live rig walkthrough with DJ TechTools.

– Sep 18, 2015

Recap of “Keys N Krates Birthday Party 2015”

– Sep 15, 2015

Live performance from Sahara Tent at Coachella 2015.

– Sep 3, 2015

Live studio performance of “Understand Why” off of Every Nite EP using the new Rane TTM57mkII.

– Apr 16, 2015

Keys N Krates and Just Blaze jam on “Public Service Announcement” (produced by Just Blaze) during an off-the-cuff session at soundcheck for a concert in Toronto.

– Nov 24, 2014

Full live set at TomorrowWorld 2014 on the Dim Mak stage.

– Oct 23, 2014

Live in the studio rehearsing “Hypnotik” off Every Nite EP in preparation for the Every Nite North American Tour.

– Sep 19, 2014

Live in the studio rehearsing Hudson Mohawke x Major Lazor live rework in preparation for the Every Nite North American Tour.

– Sep 17, 2014

We finally jammed out “I Just Can’t Deny” ! Throwin it in the set !

– Oct 8, 2013

Dum Dee Dum live from the Sound Academy in Toronto.

– Aug 7, 2013

Keys N Krates – “Treat Me Right” live from Dim Mak Studios in Hollywood, CA.

– Jul 3, 2013

Live from the rehearsal room.

– Apr 11, 2013

Tune grabbed his iPhone and started filming Matisse playing the lead chops from “Clique” remix. Then he asked Flo to join in. Soon after he puts his phone down and joins the jam.

– Feb 16, 2013

PART 1: Exclusive behind-the-scenes live studio jam of “Treat Me Right”

– Feb 12, 2013

PART 2: Behind-the-scenes live studio jam of “Treat Me Right”

– Feb 12, 2013

Meek Mill live studio jam.

– Jan 14, 2013

Live in the studio rehearsing Waka Flocka Flame remix.

– Dec 12, 2012

Live from the studio rehearsing Bassnectar – “Ugly” and Diplo – “Express Yourself” remix.

– Aug 21, 2012

We were jamming out this new idea with this promises sample in the rehearsal room. Recorded this from our iphone. Let us know what u guys think!

– Jul 9, 2012

Live remix of “Bittersweet Symphony” by The Verve at the 2011 Ottawa Bluesfest.

– Jul 27, 2011