Ive been lagging on this one because of a new town and a new job but this is by far my favorite new song. Head On has a great vibe and a great message but I’m pleasantly surprised that the video is awesome also, ok maybe its just stock film with the lyrics pasted over the top but i still enjoy it. If your not familiar then do yourself a favor and check it out.
This song maybe suited for some uplifting kaiser commercial which is where you might see it next year but, hey i like it so this is where it belongs. ok maybe a lifetime movie, well anyhoo just wanted to post it before I ran out the house.
This band needs no introduction and this new video is absolutely hilarious, my neighbor probably thinks I’m a quack for laughing so hard in the bathroom. Kind reminds me of the weird stuff you can expect from a Die Antwoord video. Check It Out.
Grant Hart of Hüsker Dü and Nova Mob has released his newest solo project entitled “The Argument.” Grant Hart has been making music for 3 decades now and is still kicking! Here’s a live performance from the old timer on Minnesota’s 89.3 The Current.
With a sound that in some ways reminds me of “The Bird and The Bee” Au Revoir Simone has really sparked my interest. If you don’t like the 80s electro pop movement this may not be your flavor but on the other hand if you do, please enjoy.
Ive been crazy busy lately and so I haven’t been posting, so i guess that explains to some degree how much i enjoyed this song. I know Ive made it a point to say that I’m not a big fan of surf rock but now and again I’m pleasantly surprised and this song definitely fits the bill. Although the lyrics arnt that happy the song is undeniably upbeat and catchy. Well enough said, check it out.
Although mostly known for featuring on Rihanna’s single “Stay,” Mikky Ekko’s music falls in the vein of indy rock/pop. Hailing from Louisiana, he has a psychedelic sound and thought provoking lyrics. Check out his single “kids.” There’s definitely no RnB to be had here!
Drawing influence from literary icons ranging from Shakespeare to Steinbeck, Mumford & Sons is the most visible contemporary band of their genre. Using markedly folk instruments like the banjo and mandolin, they have an interesting mix of bluegrass and indy rock among other things. Here’s the title track from their #1 album entitled “Babel.”