I know it’s not a video, per se, but I’ve been listening to this album just about non-stop over the past while and couldn’t help but share it for this Monday Music Video. It’s from the soundtrack to an iOS game called Sword & Sworcery EP, and the music is awesome.
Neil and I were recently talking about grindhouse movies, and it reminded me of the latest Black Keys video, which is done as a trailer to just such a film. So here it is as your Monday Music Video. Hope you like it!
I had a great time on the weekend, so here’s some energetic rock for you all for this Monday Music Video.
It’s been a little while since I posted a Monday Music Video, so here you go. I’ve posted Elbow before, but I don’t care, they’re awesome. Besides, Guy Garvey and I have the same birthday.
Whoops! Missed Monday by a few minutes. Ah well, here’s your music video anyway!
It’s been a few weeks since the last Monday Music Video, as I was taking a bit of a break, but now that 2011 has begun, we’ll return to our regularly scheduled programming. Enjoy!
Drew from Toothpaste for Dinner has a little music side act called Crudbump. Here’s his Christmas song. Happy Holidays, folks!
Here’s your Monday Music Video on a Tuesday, this week, folks. Enjoy!
Another Monday, another Music Video. Enjoy!
It’s a very wintery Monday here, folks, but like the mailman, no weather will prevent me from posting your music video for the week. Unless I just forget. Enjoy!
Happy Monday, folks. Here’s your Music Video.
I’ve been hooked on the latest Menomena album, but sadly they don’t really have any official videos from the latest album. I did find this, which is amazing, but it’s sadly not the whole song (nor is it the official video, obviously). So, instead, for this week’s Monday Music Video, you get one off their last album.
Here’s a beardy video from Chief for your Monday Music Video this week.
Here’s a very groovy Monday Music Video for this week.
Halloween is fast approaching, so for this week’s Monday Music Video, I’ve got something more thematically appropriate. It’s the Guess Who’s cover of Shakin’ All Over, originally by Johnny Kidd and the Pirates. The video isn’t an actual video, per se, it’s Disney’s Skeleton Dance, matched up with the tune.
Good morning everyone. Here’s your Monday Music Video for this week!
Sorry I missed the Monday Music Video yesterday, I was too busy stuffing my face with turkey and relaxing and whatnot. I’m sure you can deal with it.
You know it’s a pretty decent Monday when you forget it’s Monday! Here’s your Music Video, folks.
I couldn’t decide on a video for this week’s Monday Music Video, so I picked one at random from the pile of videos I have waiting in the pipeline. This one you might recognize as the “iPhone song”, which ironically enough is actually a slam against rampant commercialism. Still, it’s a fun song!
Here’s your Monday Music Video for this week. Have a good one, everyone!
While I’m not generally a huge fan of electropop as a genre, this song is very catchy and quite a lot of fun for today’s Monday Music Video. Furthermore, the lead singer is from Strata, which was a little-known band that I liked. Besides, you can’t go wrong with zombies!
Here’s some British folk rock for your Monday Music Video this week, folks. Hope you like it!
It’s a bit of a strange video, but the song is just so much fun. So here are the Noisettes for your Monday Music Video, who you may have heard before with the song I’ll Never Forget You.