There were some dope music videos released today. First, WU LYF (World Unite Lucifer Youth Foundation) dropped a video for the standout track “We Bros” off of their stellar LP, Go Tell Fire to the Mountain. It features teens running away from a decrepit cityscape, through a forbidden forest, eventually making their way to an ocean. Additionally, The Black Lips… Read More
What does Beyoncé like to do at a party? Apparently mow the lawn, wear yellow fur coats, and change her hairstyle about a dozen times. Solid. Check out the embedded music video below:
Bon Iver’s latest, self-titled LP is superb. Evoking strong emotions and visions, the layered tracks are serene yet jarring. The recently released music video for the single “Holocene” is beautiful. Consisting of only a young boy exploring the natural beauty of Iceland, each scene fits into the track like a puzzle piece. As the clip… Read More
Go Outside, by Cults from Boing Boing on Vimeo.
If you weren’t at Sepomana this past Friday, I’m going to assume that either: a) You were west of the Mississippi, b) You were in jail, or c) You made a terrible decision and have subsequently learned a valuable life-lesson. In case you missed it, your kind bloggers here at 91.1 WRMC-Middlebury College Radio have… Read More
As you probably know, the Brooklyn band TV on the Radio have released their latest LP, Nine Types of Light. This post, however, will skirt around a review of the album. Instead, I would like to focus on the movie that TVotR have released, composed of a separate music video for every song on the… Read More
I’m not sure how I feel about Dr. Dre. On the one hand, he is one of the most respected and accomplished rappers and producers in hip hop. On the other, he has a line of overpriced headphones and a collaboration with Hewlett-Packard selling computers. Regardless of his recent questionable exploits, Dre has an ear… Read More
New York City rompers, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, have released the music video for their single Heart in Your Heartbreak. It features the band working at a guitar/instrument retailer reminiscent of Guitar Center and involves a plot against a controlling manager who just hates good music. The playful video is definitely worth… Read More
WRMC loves Sarah Palin, Russians, and alumni. Check out the newest track from Vlad and Boris, Russia’s political-rock equivalent to Bono and Rage Against the Machine. Dog-gone-it.