Posts Tagged ‘watch’


Watch Miley Cyrus Cover The Smiths’ “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out”

Miley Cyrus has been making headlines on her ‘Bangerz’ tour for all sorts of reasons: getting pelted with bras, crying over her dead dog, singing with The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne, and, thankfully, a slew of classic covers. Joining the list of songs she’s performed live on this round is now The Smiths‘ staple “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out.”

As expected, Cyrus’ smoky voice paired well with the 1986 classic, although her constant hip swaying and decision to hold out a smartphone the whole time may make it hard to take her emotional weight …

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Watch Glass Animals’ Awesome Claymation Music Video For “Pools”

Oxford indie rock group Glass Animals have yet to miss the mark with their music videos. Their playful pop could pair well with any sort of image, so instead of sticking with the classic format, they’ve shown they’re not afraid from venturing through all mediums.

In their newest video for “Pools,” we dive deep into the underwater world of claymation. Unlike their creepy “Gooey” video, “Pools” keeps things bright all while keeping a darker shadow on its edges. Let your imagination break while creatures morph their shape, face, and entire being throughout different worlds.

Best of all, Glass …

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Watch The Flaming Lips and Miley Cyrus Play “Yoshimi” Together and Get Hit With Bras

A few days ago The Flaming Lips joined Miley Cyrus onstage in Los Angeles. Thursday night they reunited again, this time at the Tulsa stop of her Bangerz tour to perform “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (Part 1)” together.

According to the Future Heart, they played the song back-to-back while Wayne Coyne held balloons that spelled out “FUCK YEAH TULSA” and fans threw bras at them. Apparently during the second take that night, Cyrus wore a hot dog costume that, somehow, managed to be thrown onstage. What a classic concert experience.

Watch the fan footage below, and sigh knowing some …


Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic Covers Lorde on Accordion

While Dave Grohl is arguably the most active former member of Nirvana, Krist Novoselic has recently shown that he’s also dabbling in the music industry.

Picking up the accordion instead of the bass guitar, Novoselic has released a cover of Lorde’s hit, “Royals.” He performed the track at a “Fair Vote Campaign” benefit show in Takoma Park, MD earlier this week.

You can view Krist Novoselic’s accordion cover of Lorde’s “Royals” below.…


Pixies Unveil “Greens and Blues” Video

Boston alt-rockers Pixies have released a video for “Greens and Blues” off of the band’s latest release, EP-2.

Starring Mel Rodriguez (Little Miss Sunshine), Pixies’ video for “Greens and Blues” tells the story of the last man on earth. Featuring graffiti artists, astronauts and a slacker in the midst of it all, the video relies heavily on green and blue overtones mentioned in the song’s title.

EP-2 was announced in January following the departure of former Pixies frontwoman Kim Deal. Since Deal’s departure, Kim Shattuck has joined the band.

You can watch Pixies’ video for “Greens and …

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MUSIC VIDEO: “Break The Bank” by Schoolboy Q

LA rapper Schoolboy Q has released a music video for his single “Break The Bank” ahead of his upcoming release Oxymoron. 

Starring a Latino gangster and Schoolboy Q’s four year old daughter, Joy, the video features Schoolboy playing piano in an unexplainably dark room with his tutued daughter prancing in the background.

Director Jason Goldwatch puts an interesting spin on the content of the song (it’s mostly about being very wealthy) by choosing a tougher locale for the video.

You can watch the video for Schoolboy Q’s “Break The Bank” below.…


WATCH: Death Grips’ “No Love” Video

Noisy hip-hop act Death Grips have released a video for the track “No Love” off of NO LOVE DEEP WEB, one of two records released in 2012.

The video was directed by the band and features distorted imagery of MC Ride and Flatlander performing the song live. It features subtitles of the band’s “biblical” lyrics, which convey the song’s (and album’s) controversial message.

You can watch Death Grips’ video for “No Love” below.…


A Day To Remember Film Show for Live DVD

A Day To Remember have announced that the band is going to film a UK show to be incorporated in a live DVD currently being put together.

The show to be filmed will take place on Feb. 12 at Alexandra Palace in London. ADTR is deeming this show their “biggest headliner to date.”

The band has posted a video in conjunction with the upcoming show/video filming.

You can check out A Day To Remember’s video, called “London Announcement!” below.…


WATCH: Of Montreal Premiere Video

In a follow-up to last year’s Lousy With Sylvianbriar, the glam rockers have debuted a video for “She Ain’t Speakin’ Now,” off of the album.

The video was directed by Nina Barnes (also known as the wife of frontman Kevin Barnes and former member of the band Ethnobabes) and features different depictions of people through colored filters.

The video is a great representation of the band, allowing its psychedelic aura to completely shine through.

You can view Of Montreal’s video for “She Ain’t Speakin’ Now” below.…


WATCH: Chvrches Cover Janelle Monáe

Glasgow synth-pop gurus Chvrches have posted a cover of the R&B diva’s stylish 2010 single, “Tightrope.”

The performance was recorded during Billboard’s “Women in Music” event, at which Monáe was in attendance. The band included a special introduction thanking Monáe and Billboard for the opportunity to cover the song. Monáe took home the award for “Rising Star.”

You can check out Chvrches’ interpretation of “Tightrope” below. It mixes the best qualities from the two artists, showcasing Chvurches’ power-driven melodies alongside Monáe’s sweet R&B soul.…

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WATCH: Of Mice & Men Release Behind the Scenes Video

Of Mice & Men have chosen to give fans a special look at the making of the band’s upcoming album Restoring Force.

The band (via Rise Records) has posted a short video of the recording process for the record.

The video includes black and white film of the studio where the band recorded the album as well as a voice over by vocalist Austin Carlile (ex Attack Attack!).

You can check out this exclusive behind the scenes look below.…

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WATCH: Kendrick Lamar Releases “Sing About Me” Video

In a follow up to the No. 16 Video of the Year “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe,” Kendrick Lamar has released a video for the song “Sing About Me” off of the album good kid, m.A.A.d city.

The video was directed by Darren Romanelli (Wilco’s “Dawned On Me”) and features Lamar drifting around Compton until he meets up with Eddie Peake, a graffiti artist that has been working on a mural for most of the video. When they meet, Lamar performs in front of the work of art. A continuation of the video will be revealed in part two …