Videos

Video Premiere: WVWHITE “Truth Is New”

The indie rock being pumped out in the 90s should unquestionably be considered as one of the best times in music. The constant hearty flow of bands surging onto the scene allowed fans to take stock and witness greatness unfolding before them. Growing up in Columbus, Ohio, WVWhite’s own Tyler Trent was able to fully get the opportunity to immerse … Continue reading Video Premiere: WVWHITE “Truth Is New”

Video Premiere: Company Man “Floor Machine”

If you want to be swimming in millions of dollars, you got to be a hustler.  That means networking with the big dogs of the Fortune 500 companies, closing the deals that are presented to you, etc.  Now if you are one that wants to cut their teeth in making money the shortest way possibly-follow the blueprint that Company Man … Continue reading Video Premiere: Company Man “Floor Machine”

Video Premiere: Lovely Bad Things, “Hiding To Nothing”

The legend of Lovely Bad Things began in an eerily boring town called La Mirada which is nestled between Los Angeles and Orange County, a fitting place for a band to find solace in music. Brothers Camron (guitar, vocals) and Brayden Ward (drums, vocals) met Lauren Curtius (guitar, vocals), Tim Hatch (guitar) and Wesley Baxter (bass) during their formative years, … Continue reading Video Premiere: Lovely Bad Things, “Hiding To Nothing”

Waxahatchee To Release Out In The Storm And Share New Video

Today Katie Crutchfield announced that her fourth album as Waxahatchee and her second full-length with Merge Records Out in the Storm will be released on July 14.  Crutchfield also shared the video for the first single “Silver”. “It’s about self-examination and the different shapes that takes, good and bad. I wanted it to be abstract and poetic, but I also wanted … Continue reading Waxahatchee To Release Out In The Storm And Share New Video

Special Teams Share “SunFire” Video Featuring Kelley Deal

When Kelley Deal (Breeders/R. Ring) presses her hands on anything, it immediately becomes special.  Take for example her involvement with producer/dj King Baby Nuxhall’s project Special Teams.  The song “SunFire” was originated when Deal needed some assistance on a musical endeavor that she was involved with other musicians.  Nuxhall’s experience with Deal was so much fun, making more music together … Continue reading Special Teams Share “SunFire” Video Featuring Kelley Deal

Video Premiere: That One Eyed Kid, “Burn Out Right”

That One Eyed Kid is the moniker of Josh Friedman, a Boston-based independent songwriter, performer, and producer. Building from a soulful vocal performance, synth pop production, and delicate layers of acoustic and electronic instruments, T1EK’s songs are about embracing our deepest insecurities and holding them up to the light. Until 2012 Josh was the keyboardist for the pop/rock band The … Continue reading Video Premiere: That One Eyed Kid, “Burn Out Right”

Sixo Premieres Video For “John Connor (feat. Gregory Pepper)”

Producer/musical innovator Sixo premieres the video today for “John Connor” which features singer Gregory Pepper.  Former professional motocross racer Scotty Trimble, known as Sixo,  is set to release his third full-length studio album, The Odds of Free Will, dropping 421/17 on Fake Four Inc. This time around though, he’s included a number of indie rap giants, aside from Gregory Pepper, like … Continue reading Sixo Premieres Video For “John Connor (feat. Gregory Pepper)”

Video Premiere: Sweet Spirit “Pamela”

If you were growing in the 90s, you undoubtedly fell under the category of being head over heels in love with Pamela Anderson.  Forget her short stint of the hit ABC sitcom Home Improvement, it was Baywatch that sky-rocketed most of us pre-adolescents into orbit.  Austin, Texas own Sweet Spirit are also smitten with the model/actress; their single “Pamela” is … Continue reading Video Premiere: Sweet Spirit “Pamela”

Video Premiere: Seasaw, “Party”

Seasaw is Eve Wilczewski and Meg Golz, who are the sea and saw respectively. The Madison, Wisconsin, duo Seasaw released their charismatic and vulnerable sophomore LP, Too Much Of A Good Thing, in July of 2016. The eleven songs combine commanding instrumentation, intricate harmonies, and refreshing wit. Fate and a small-town restaurant in Freeport, Illinois, brought them together for the … Continue reading Video Premiere: Seasaw, “Party”

Big Thief To Release Sophomore Album Capacity And Share New Video.

Today Big Thief announce Capacity, their highly anticipated second album, will be drop June 9 on Saddle Creek. The band also just shared the video for the first single, “Mythological Beauty.” “There is a darker darkness and a lighter light on this album,” reveals singer and guitarist Adrianne Lenker. “The songs search for a deeper level of self-acceptance, to embrace … Continue reading Big Thief To Release Sophomore Album Capacity And Share New Video.