Nintendo Video, the bizarrely unpredictable passive-delivery video service for 3DS, is getting an infusion of new music. If you've left SpotPass on, your system is likely already downloading music videos including the 3D video for The Shins' "The Rifle's Spiral," as well as Wale's "Sabotage" and B.o.B.'s "So Good."

Future releases include OKGo's "Skyscrapers," Skrillex's "Breakn' a Sweat," Death Cab for Cutie's "Underneath the Sycamore" and "Save World Get Girl" by chiptune/rock band I Fight Dragons.

We were just wondering what bands did with the expensive music videos they were still producing in 2012 for some reason. The answer, it turns out is YouTube and Nintendo Video.