Jesse Boykins returns with a inspirational visual for “Come To My Room.” Where’s the inspirational aspect? well, walking around the red carpet and conversing with people you may have idolized is all the inspiration you need. Now we can just sit back and watch Mr. Boykins become a star right before our very eyes, something
2:54, Sisterly outfit from London, reminds us that Mazzy Starr fans are still around, would be the perfect opener for a Warpaint & The XX show. Now that you’ve been briefed, enjoy there buzz single “Creeping” below. 2:54- Creeping Download
Spacesuits, backyard pools and an early preview of what planet Kisses would be like if it were up to them. Enjoy the new visuals for there self titled single “Kisses.” The album “Heart of the Nightlife” is available now.
Last night on Jimmy Fallon, Regina Spektor in support of her new CD, Live in London, performed Dance Anthem of the 80′s with the Roots. You have to love seeing The Roots perform with artist that they normally “wouldn’t.” It gives Hip-Hop a bit more credit as a genre on the whole.
School of Seven Bells have released some eerie visuals for the new single “I L U.” The video was directed by Toby Halbrooks and David Lower. There new album “Disconnect from Desire” is in stores now.
I don’t know if you’ve heard us say this before but we’ll reiterate it again! Jamie Woon is going to have a big upcoming year and will without doubt be one of your new favorite male artist in ’11. One of the best singles (although a late entry) “Night Air” has stunning visuals that capture
In the words of Jay – Z, this is so motherf*cking soulful. Mar Varation’s latest song from their monthly series is 1st Session. It’s a cover of Louis Bordeaux track of the same name. You guys need to get on board with this. Head to Mar Varations website [here] and get informed. Mar Variation –
21-year-old Madison, Wisconsin singer Zola Jesus heads to the Pitchfork studios and joins their POV series. Head over to Pitchfork and see Zola and a few of her band members from six different angles performing tracks off her two EP’s Stridulum and Valusia. Pitchfork’s POV series with Zola Jesus
It’s been a little over a year since we were introduced to the XX via their self titled debut album. A solid album that was on many people’s shortlist as album of the year. The Gorillaz are the latest band to cover The XX. Is this as good as the original. Nope, but it’s not
Atlantic Records are really tearing up the 4th quarter this year. One of their standout artist, Peter Hernandez aka Bruno Mars has another hit on his hands with Grenade. Check the video above.
Paper Crows consist of Emma Panas and Duncan McDougall and have been together about the time myself and London D have been around, in more clearer terms, they’re new to the scene. A mixture of Bat for Lashes and Massive Attack is what we’re getting when listening to “Stand Alright,” which is an utterly gorgeous