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Nobody knows I like Menudo.
I saw them 6-7 years ago open for Flogging Molly in Royal Oak. I had never heard of them before. At the show, I was amazed how many people in the audience were singing along with every song of theirs. Since then I've seen them 3-4 other times. Always put on an interesting show.
Love those 2. The ultimate stoner music.
Their cover of "Helter Skelter" is top notch.
tRCMB - Visit at your own risk of being disgusted.
Local boys from Okemos. They're getting pretty big now out in L.A.
Official video for "Time To Run" from the album Lonesome Dreams by Lord Huron.
New album 'Lonesome Dreams' out now in the US and out 21st January in UK/Europe
Lonesome Dreams from iTunes: http://smarturl.it/lordhuronlditunes
Director: Arms Race
Producer: Tom Renaud
Director of Photography: Garret Curtis
Editor: Benjamin Dohrmann
Makeup/Hair: Talia Londoner
Assistant Camera: Hilkiah P Browne
Wardrobe Consultant: Annie Jewell
PA: Caitlin Schneider
The Lone Bellow
The Lone Bellow--"Two Sides of Lonely" from their self-titled debut album out 1/22/2013
DP: Ryan Booth: http://www.serialboxpresents.com
Produced and Directed by: Ryan Booth and Chris Pereira
Mix: Jay Snider
Mastering: Daniel Karr
(C) 2012 Descendant Records
This post was edited by Natron tSpartan 18 months ago
I dig their sound, but not their lyrics... NGHFB's first album blows Beady Eye's first album out of the water.
This post was edited by arfabe16 18 months ago
Maps & Atlases
The debut music video from Maps & Atlases for "Solid Ground" of their first full-length release Perch Patchwork (Barsuk Records). Directed by Taryn Gould and Emily Kowalczyk.
Connect with Michael at http://www.michaelkiwanuka.com
Director Tom Henze
Out now on iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/album/let-it-go-ep/id519019100
'Let It Go' is the lead track from the 'Let It Go' EP released 11th June 2012 by Dirty Hit.
I'm on the inside everybody knows what you will say.
Leaves on the ground, already came.
We were an island, you were the one who broke away.
I was a mess before you came.
We started something, tried to make a fire without a flame.
Why it wasn't right I couldn't say.
There's a light in the sky and it's coming up high
And why did I ever go - the longest night I've ever known
Only when the moon is high enough.
Only when the stars are lining up.
Let it go - now is not the answer
How can anybody else have known
Let it Go - now is not the answer
Call me when you see the sun lie low
You were the ocean - I was drawn into you.
But you can't always get where you are going to
Where are we going ... where are we going.
There are mountains to climb so let me will carry you.
This collaboration between Fossil Collective and Broken Pixel (www.brokenpixel.co.uk) has produced a miniature stop-motion epic. Let It Go is a tale of tragedy, heartbreak, hope and determination.
Inspired by the creative and narrative possibilities of the extraordinary indie game Minecraft and the classic conceit of Radio 4's Desert Island Discs. We created a world made entirely of paper, and brimming with detail. Hundreds of tiny props were used to make the island a believable and interring place. See if you can spot all of Fossil Collectives' desert island discs!
The story is set over two points in the life of Edward and Anne, a couple separated by an ill fated scarf saving incident. As Edward comes to terms with his situation, he uses ingenuity, determination and patience to reach his goal.
I have tons more, but I'll let some others throw some up.
Kishibashi... but that's only because he has a commercial now
For the love of Trevor...™
I think we should take some of these people, and send 'em up to Bear Mountain for a picnic.
Been into this band for a few years now and they just dropped an album today. They're from the Farmington area and the singer/writer went to MSU. LOTS of Michigan related references in their songs (even name check Baker Woodlot in one of their new ones).
I'm on mobile, but check out the song "Pontiac, The Nightbrink."
don't they have a cd release show at The Loft coming up soon?
California Wives performing 'Blood Red Youth'
Directed/Edited by Lenny Gilmore
Audio by Brett Mohr
Videography by Andy Keil, Brock Brake, & Mike Rich
Don't post poop!
Not really what I usually listen to, but I really enjoy their sound.
Trampled By Turtles perform "Widower's Heart" live in-studio for HearYa.com on 4/23/11. The session was recorded in downtown Chicago at Shirk Music + Sound and sponsored by BEER NUTS Brand Snacks. Download the entire session here: http://www.hearya.com/2011/06/28/trampled-by-turtles-session-live-session-90/
Hear more live sessions at http://www.HearYa.com
Eat sweet and salty nuts at http://www.BEERNUTS.com
Record your music at http://www.ShirkMusic.com
Video Editor: Stephen Shirk
Audio Producer/Engineer: Stephen Shirk
This post was edited by bigsparty333 18 months ago
Brady Hoke is fat.
Kyoto Jazz Massive
I love this song!
From the album Spirit Of The Sun.
Everything Is Naturally Free (Danny Krivit Edit) /
Your Soul On Mine (Spencer Parker Remixes)
Traxsource Promo Release Date: August 09,2010
Release Date: August 30, 2010
Catalog #: SK 129
Label: Street King
On Chris Brann's brainchild P'taah returns with a special double release. "Everything Is Naturally Free," with superb Edit made especially for this Traxsource exclusive by edit-master, Danny Krivit, has been winning over the crowds when he played it at his renowned 718 Sessions parties as well as the legendary Body & SOUL events. There's so much riding on this mix it's almost impossible to describe. "Your Soul On Mine" however borrows from different styles & cultures, tapping into a bit of Afro at the start and ending up with a lovely jazzy lite-house groove on the original version. UK House producer Spencer Parker is on remix duty adding a bit more acoustic rawness with live-sounding percussion colored by repeated cinematic piano and string jabs while keeping the jazziness intact. Spencer's Dub is a bit more clubby with more pronounced baseline, snappy kick and robot clap. Listen and know what we mean.
1."Everything Is Naturally Free" (Danny Krivit Edit) [8:06]
2."Your Soul On Mine" (Original) [4:55]
3."Your Soul On Mine" (Spencer Parker's A Gun For Hire Remix) [9:21]
4."Your Soul On Mine" (Spencer Parker's A Gun For Hire Dub) [9:49]
Written, Produced by Chris Brann.
Mixed by Chris Brann for Wamdue Music, Atlanta.
Re-Edited by Danny Krivit.
Additional Engineering by Shuichi Morita.
Arranged, Mixed by Chris Brann.
Vocal, Sax: Kebbi Williams.
Track#3 & #4:
Remixed by Spencer Parker.
Mastered by Greg Vaughn for The Spot Mastering, Brooklyn.
Photographer: Alex Martinez
Performance Artist: Shana Robbins
Wamdue Music (ASCAP) / King Grooves (ASCAP)
P&C 2010 Street King
This post was edited by SeeRockCity 17 months ago
From the new album, "What We All Come To Need".
Track 2 of The Debut EP released December 2012
A man's gotta eat!
J Roddy Walston & The Business
"Used to Did" by J Roddy Walston and the Business
from the album "Hail Mega Boys".
produced by Ian Corey - http://vimeo.com/iancorey
Spread the word.. these guys kick ass
Sorry to bring Hip Hop into it, but this guy is pretty awesome and could be liked by those who don't even normally like the genre.
You can purchase this single on iTunes today! Facebook.com/AnilystMusic
Video Directed by: Austin Ahlborg
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by Eggy 18 months ago
Oh yeah, that guy is awesome.
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