After the massively successful video the guys at Oh Yeah Wow did for Gotye, the camp are proud to present their latest piece of work for Australian artist Kate Miller-Heidke.
I’m always impressed with the work Oh Yeah Wow put out, and the video for I’ll Change Your Mind does not disappoint. The track is the lead single from Kate‘s 3rd studio ablum Nightflight.
Check out the video below:.
It’s been a while since New Young Pony Club even crossed my mind – think when they were in SA was the last time I actually listened to their music – so coming across their new track You Used To Be A Man is rather exciting.
Still keeping with their bizarre bubblegum pop vibes, throwing down some synth drones on the new single, the vocals from Tahita Bulmer make for an interesting listen.
To go with the single the band have also released a pretty awesome video with strange shadows and tons of kaleidoscope.
Check it out below:.
The new video for Kasabian‘s track Man Of Simple Pleasures has been circulating the new for a couple days now and is racking up the YouTube views.
The video follows a masked youth on riding around on his BMX – but what is cool about the video is that the guy on the bike’s t-shirt changes to show the lyrics of the track. Think stop animation. By the looks of things this must have taken forever to do.
The band also just recently rapped up their their first North American tour in 5 years, which included two stellar appearances at Coachella.
Check out the video below:.
Dropping on the 7th of May on Moda Music is the new single from Punks Jump Up. The single Mr. Overtime features Dave 1 from Chromeo and is also supported by some cracker remixes from Oliver, Mickey & Gigamesh.
Punks Jump Up formed a couple years back in London, made up of Joe & Dave who have been rocking the dance seen in London since their first EP release: Be You (Beep Beep).
This new single has a seriously catchy beat to it, with a little steel pan vibe thrown in to make it proper danceable.
The video dropped a couple days back which you can check out below, and expect to hear the jam rocking everywhere in the next couple days:.
Upped yesterday to YouTube, the video for w h o k i l l opening track My Country is the second piece of work the band has done with with director Mimi Cave, and features a bunch of talented kids from Brightworks, a K-12 school in San Francisco, and the San Francisco Rock Project.
Check out the video below, along with the US Spring/Summer tour dates:.
April 12 – Rio Theatre, Santa Cruz, CA
April 14 – Coachella, Indio, CA
April 15 – Soho, Santa Barbara, CA ^
April 17 – Rialto Theater, Tucson, AZ &
April 18 – House of Blues San Diego, San Diego, CA &
April 19 – Glass House Pomona, CA &
April 21 – Coachella, Indio, CA
April 23 – International Film Festival, Castro Theatre, San Francisco, CA $
April 24 – Fox Theater, Oakland, CA &
May 02 – Cine Joia, São Paulo, Brazil
May 03 – Niceto Club, Buenos Aires, Argentina
May 05 – Festival 5punto5, Toluca De Lerdo, Mexico
May 25-28 – Sasquatch!, George, WA
May 30 – The Mohawk, Austin, TX
June 01 – Terminal 5, New York, NY @ *
June 02 – The Roots Picnic, Philadelphia, PA
June 03 – 9:30 Club, Washington, DC ~
June 05 – Jefferson Theater, Charlottesvile, VA ~
June 06 – Orange Peel, Asheville, NC ~
June 07-10 – Bonnaroo, Manchester, TN
June 10 – Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH *
June 11 – Wexner Center, Columbus, OH *
June 12 – Mr Smalls Theatre, Millvale, PA *
June 13 – Town Ballroom, Buffalo, NY *
June 14 – Pearl Street Nightclub, Northampton, MA *
July 01 – Summerfest, Milwaukee, WI
July 07 – Roskilde Festival, Roskilde, Denmark
July 08 – Nova Festival, Pulborough, England
July 10 – The Sage, Gateshead, England
July 11 – Oran Mor, Glasgow, Scotland
July 12-14 Latitude Festival, England
July 15 – Vicar Street, Dublin, Ireland
July 29 – Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI
July 31 – La Tulipe, Montreal, QC +
August 01 – Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto, ON +
August 02 – Crofoot Ballroom, Pontiac, MI
August 03 – 05 – Lollapalooza, Chicago, IL
August 16 – Pukkelpop, Hasselt, Belgium
August 17-19 – Summer Sundae, Leicester, England
August 17-19 – Green Man Festival, Crickhowell, Wales
& w/ St. Vincent
^ w/ Friends
$ Live scores to Buster Keaton shorts with Ava Mendoza
@ w/ Micachu and the Shapes
* w/ Delicate Steve
+ w/ Mozart’s Sister
~ w/ Mariachi El Bronx
Due out on the 223nd of April through Zephron, is the bass-heavy smasher Big Ben (The Richard Branson Riddim) by Donae’o.
The video for the single was recently released, featuring Sky 1′s Got To Dance semi-finalist street-dancer, Belle Fisher.
Along with the original is the Preditah ft Mz Brat & Scrufizzer remix of the joint which is also a smasher.
Check out the video for the original below, and the remix:.
Massive release from Machines Don’t Care this month. Featuring the vocals of Meleka who has worked with people like Kelis and Basement Jaxx.
The single Beat Dun Drop is set for release on the 29th of April, and seriously if this track does not become a smasher, then there is something wrong with the world. You canno’t go wrong with bass, steel pan and excellent vocals.
Check out the video for the track below:.
Finally, the new Hoodie Allen single No Interruption has been dropped, and with a killer video.
The track is taken off of his upcoming debut EP All American. The EP is slated for release on April 10th. It’s the first time that Hoodie has put out music that is totally original (no samples used) and the first time that he is releasing music for purchase on iTunes.
Prepare to have a new favorite song and check out the video, and Hoodie’s North American Tour dates below:.
Show support for the man and purchase the track through iTunes.
NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES
4.20 • Greenville, SC – Furman University (w/ Tinie Tempah)
4.21 • Birmingham, AL – Birmingham Southern College
4.23 • Washington, DC – Howard Theater*
4.24 • New York, NY – Highline Ballroom*
4.25 • Boston, MA – Royale*
4.26 • West Chester, PA – The Note*
4.28 • Toronto, ON – Wrong Bar
4.29 • Poughkeepsie, NY – Marist College (w/Mike Posner)
4.30 • Detroit, MI – The Shelter*
5.01 • Chicago, IL – The Bottom Lounge*
5.03 • Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater*
5.05 • Dallas, TX – Profit Bar*
5.06 • Houston, TX – Bronze Peacock*
5.08 • Phoenix, AZ – Martini Ranch*
5.09 • Los Angeles, CA – El Rey Theatre*
5.10 • Oakland, CA – New Parish
5.12 • Portland, OR – Peter’s Room
5.13 • Seattle, WA – Crocadile
5.16 • Minneapolis, MN – Cabooze
5.17 • Iowa City, IA – Blue Moose
5.18 • St. Louis, MO – Gramophone
5.20 • Philidelphia, PA – Northstar Bar