Archive for September 7th, 2014

Alt-J Go ‘Eleanor Rigby’ In Releasing ‘Boy’ And ‘Girl’ Videos For “Every Other Freckle”

Alt-J are always different. Alt-J are always the same. So it is with the songs, which are characterized by a sweeping grandeur regardless of whether they are sweeping epics or truckers’ odes. So it is with the videos, which have different directors but the same slow motion hyperrealism. Alt-J’s trendy unpredictability is almost predictable, and it extends to […]

Glass Animals Maintain Their Visual Reign With New Video For “Hazey”

Mesmerizing, well-produced video after mesmerizing, well-produced video, Oxford’s Glass Animals continue to hypnotize us with unique visuals that accompany their ultra-smooth vibes and relaxing jungle-y beats. This time around, it’s for Zaba cut “Hazey,” and the beautiful video showcases some slow motion scenes of dance techniques from some talented, and flexible, dancers. There are also […]

LIGHTS Releases One-Take Video For “Up We Go”

Canadian pop songstress LIGHTS is all set to release her third album, entitled Little Machines, via Warner Bros on Sept. 23. Just recently, she revealed a brand new video for the synthpop hit “Up We Go” which premiered over at Noisey. The video is an impressive one-take offering that finds LIGHTS in an elevator as […]

The New Fucked Up Video Is Fucking Adorable

Jovial Canadian rockers Fucked Up have released a video for “The Art of Patrons,” one of the radder and more crowd participation-friendly tracks off their recent album Glass Boys. The video initially looks to be of the tour footage music video ilk – though with a much better camera than the norm – but it quickly turns […]

Beach Slang Release New Song, “American Girls And French Kisses”

Generally, when listening to a new song, you don’t know what to expect or what your initial reaction will be. But then when you listen again, sometimes before you know it, you’re in love. This happened to me today after listening to Philadelphia’s Beach Slang. The band released a new song on Noisey off their […]

Dads Premiere New Song, “Chewing Ghosts”

Emo duo, John Bradley and Scott Scharinger, also known as Dads, have just premiered a new track entitled “Chewing Ghosts.” This new track is off of their upcoming record, I’ll Be The Tornado, which is due out on October 14. A pattern is being formed based on these new releases. This pattern involves the band’s […]

Gnarwolves Release New Song “Day Man” From Self-Titled Debut

Skate punk trio Gnarwolves are making noise in getting ready to release their self-titled debut on September 23 through Pure Noise Records. After hearing “Boneyard” and “Smoking Kills“, this LP will surely give a burst of energy come release day. In anticipation of its release, the band is streaming yet another punk anthem in their […]

Bruce Springsteen Will Appear On Netflix’s ‘Lilyhammer’

It appears that Bruce Spingsteen will finally make his acting debut, and it will be on none other than his E Street bandmate and longtime friend Steve Van Zandt’s show, Lilyhammer. The Netflix original series stars Van Zandt as former mobster Frank “The Fixer” Tagliano, who is starting a new life in witness protection in […]

‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Scoops Up Yet Another Box Office Win

This is the fourth time in the past six weeks that we’ve referenced Guardians of the Galaxy in the headline of these box office weekend posts, and that’s all for a good reason; the film still continues to crush in an incredibly stale time of the year. An estimated $10 million had been earned by […]

“Movie” Is Your Last Chance To Hop On The Hoodie Allen Bandwagon Before He’s Everywhere

Hoodie Allen releases the video for “Movie,” which is taken from his forthcoming studio album.

Rae Sremmurd Inch Closer To Urban Music Domination With “No Type”

The brothers known as Rae Sremmurd scored one of the summer’s biggest hits with “No Flex Zone.” The song came out of nowhere in late Spring, and in recent months has been remixed by every major rapper working in music today. Now, with the end of summer in sight, the brothers are looking to stay […]

Shawn Levy Claims A ‘Real Steel’ Sequel May Still Be On The Way

Real Steel is one of those odd Hollywood offerings that received a lukewarm reception stateside, but somehow managed to bring in major bank overseas. So much money, in fact, that the studio behind the film about boxing robots is open to the idea of making a sequel. Director Shawn Levy and star Hugh Jackman want […]