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Emarosa

Emarosa Release New Music Video For “I’ll Just Wait”

Earlier this afternoon, Emarosa continued their march towards world domination with the release of a new music video for their track, “I’ll Just Wait.” Taken from the band’s latest full-length, Versus, check it out by following the jump below.

One of the softer offerings off the outfit’s most recent attempt, “I’ll Just Wait” is a moving ballad made memorable by Bradley Walden’s outstanding set of pipes and heartfelt lyrics. Sincere and accessible, let us know what you think in the replies.

In less than a month, Emarosa will be heading out on tour with Yellowcard and Memphis May Fire

The Used Imaginary Enemy Bert McCracken Interview

The Used Demand A “Revolution” in New Music Video

Earlier this morning, The Used unveiled a new music video for their track “Revolution,” and you can check it out by following the jump below.

The opening cut off the outfit’s latest full-length, Imaginary Enemy, the clip finds the Utah quartet performing in a packed venue as flashing images mirror Bert McCracken’s message of freedom, unity, and upheaval. If you dig it, let us know in the replies, and pick up a copy of the album through Hopeless Records.

The Used are currently in the midst of a month-long North American run alongside Taking Back Sunday, which kicked …

BRONCHO

Watch BRONCHO’s VHS-Ready Video for “Class Historian”

BRONCHO dropped their sophomore album Just Enough Hip To Be Woman yesterday, but we’ve been busy spinning “Class Historian” long before then. The single is catchy as ever, clocks in at the perfect length, and makes you wonder why you haven’t been listening to the band longer (or seen them live). Simply put, it’s about as perfect as a summer single gets.

Directed by George Salisbury and Delo Creative, the new music video for “Class Historian” sees BRONCHO appearing in some retro clips straight from a VHS tape. Prepare for some excellent curled phone cords, giant sweater clothing ads, …

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Spike Jonze Surprises Karen O With “Ooo” Music Video Feat. Elle Fanning

Last week, Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O shared her first ever solo album, a short release filled with minute-long songs about heartbreak, love, and isolation. Even though it was released in 2014, the songs were written years ago from the comfort of her bedroom when she was much younger. To capture that spirit, her ex and famous director Spike Jonze created a music video for the album’s opening track, “Ooo,” that speaks to what Crush Songs is all about.

The video sees Elle Fanning dancing around the New York Metropolitan Opera House in childish fanfare. It nails the mood …

Stars From The Night

Stars Share “From The Night” Music Video, Expand Tour

Canadian indie rockers Stars are putting out No One Is Lost on October 14 via ATO Records. They will be hitting the road to tour North America late this fall and, as such, have added some dates which you can see after the jump. To celebrate the upcoming release, they’ve shared the buzzy, exuberant music video for single “From The Night.”

Directed by Darren Curtis, the video sees the band goofing off, staying in tune with the album’s title (which, according to the band, is a joke because “We are all going to lose this game [of life].”), and raising …

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Kanye West Pisses Off The Internet After Asking Wheelchair-Bound Concertgoer To “Stand Up!”

Oh, Kanye. Will you ever learn? I sure hope not.

Yeezus creator Kanye West is in hot water with critics and members of the gossip-laden press alike this weekend after video surfaced of the “Black Skinhead” rapper stopping a performance to demand that a wheelchair-bound concertgoer, quote “Stand up!” No, I am not making this up.

The nonsense took place at Qantas Credit Union Arena in Sydney, Australia on Friday night. In the middle of his show, West reportedly announced, “I can’t do this song. I can’t do this show until everybody stand up… Unless you got …

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MUSIC VIDEO: Death From Above 1979 – “Trainwreck 1979″

Two people can make a lot of noise, and Death From Above 1979 are responsible for reminding us of that 10 years after their debut. Their new album, The Physical World, sees them creating a whole thunderstorm of noise with bass and drums and shrieking vocals. One of the album’s singles, the snarky “Trainwreck 1979,″ just got a music video, and it keeps that pounding force coming strong.

In the music video, we watch a young woman going about her life, seemingly thinking about how it’s still not delivering all she hopes to get out of it thanks to …

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Become the Director With Ty Segall’s Hands-On Video for “Manipulator”

Ty Seagull is seeking a director for his “Manipulator” music video.

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Fall Out Boy Will Release New Single on Monday

As Gigwise reports, BBC Radio 1 host DJ Zane Lowe confirmed Fall Out Boy will be premiering a new single this coming Monday, September 8, on his radio show. The single will air after a live interview with Pete Wentz.

In addition to this, the band are supposedly shooting a new music video for an unannounced single that, according to Alternative Press, is allegedly called “Centuries.” This stemmed from images of the music video shoot appearing online. Following this, Fall Out Boy blacked out their social media accounts and posted a six-second Morse code teaser video which is translated …

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Watch Clipping.’s Incredibly Inventive “Inside Out” Music Video

Sub Pop has gotten really into hip hop lately, and Clipping. is their newest act on the bill. After dropping a remarkable debut, CLPPNG, full of extremely vivid lyricism and original instrumental backing beats, the Los Angeles-based trio have been prepping highly-engaging visuals. The newest on their list is a side-smirking lyric video for “Inside Out.”

Instead of taking the usual route and pasting the words across the screen, Clipping. have plopped Daveed Diggs in the center of the screen and asked him to walk around the city rapping the song’s lyrics. One snip in Photoshop and his head is …

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Watch Diarrhea Planet’s “Platinum Girls” Video Filmed at ‘The Adventures Of Pete & Pete’ House

Nashville’s ultimate rock group Diarrhea Planet have been touring nonstop this year, starting in the spring and carrying on through to opening dates with JEFF The Brotherhood this fall. They will be sharing a new EP, titled Aliens In The Outfield, on November 18 via Infinity Cat. In anticipation of the release, they’ve shared a music video for their new single “Platinum Girls.”

Directed by Blair Waters, the video sees the band playing around in a familiar location. The setting? The exact house from The Adventures Of Pete & Pete. Expect a whole lot of ’90s nostalgia as the cult …

Jeremy Loops

UTG VIDEO PREMIERE: Jeremy Loops – “Sinner”

Every now and then, a folk artist comes our way that leaves us completely floored. In 2008, it was Fleet Foxes. In 2012, it was First Aid Kit. Now, in 2014, it’s Jeremy Loops.

Fresh out of Cape Town, South Africa, Jeremy Loops is a modern folk musician whose music is just now reaching our shores. While his debut album, Trading Change, has already debuted at #1 on his homeland’s iTunes chart, the 27-year-old is still beginning to form his place here in the US. The one-man folk act scratches up a percussive sound thanks to his loop pedal. …