Stumbling on new music by accident is always fun, so this week here’s The Joy Formidable, which I stumbled upon by complete accident.
As the weather steadily becomes more dreary, here’s a fun one this week from Givers. Enjoy!
It’s Halloween! If there’s something strange, and it don’t look good, who are you gonna call? Hoobastank, apparently.
Halloween is coming! Here’s Mr Zombie goofing around in the Munster Koach (sadly, not the actual Dragula).
Here’s a fun one this week. Matt and Kim play music in all kinds of places that they probably shouldn’t. It’s like catchy guerrilla music! Not to be confused with gorilla music. That’s something else entirely.
Another Monday, another video. This time, it’s the Arkells, rocking as always.
I’ve posted Elbow before, but we’re seeing them at the Sound Academy this week and I couldn’t help but share another. Besides, the video and song are great.
Happy Monday, folks. Here’s a video from the Cinematic Orchestra. If the singer sounds familiar, it’s Patrick Watson. His stuff is great, and he’s from Hudson. Check him out as well if you like this.
It’s not a video, but I don’t care. We finished Battlestar Galactica last night, and we’ve had this version of the song stuck in our head ever since. Enjoy!
I’ve been busy, so I haven’t gotten around to posting any music videos yet this week. But better late than never, right?
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I completely forgot to post a video last week. Busy, busy, busy. Also, exhausted. In any case, here’s a video!
It’s not a music video, per se, but I don’t care. It’s a cool song. Enjoy!
I had a great weekend and hope you did too. Here’s an energetic song by Locksley to start us off right this week.
As it turns out, The National are fans of Valve’s games. So much so that they wrote this song just for Portal 2. The song was hidden in the game as a little bit of an easter egg. Now, they’re holding a contest for people to make a music video for the song, and whoever wins will win a signed guitar. This is one of those entries, and in my opinion, the best.
Social Distortion’s latest music video is almost more of a movie than a music video, but it’s all awesome.
Here’s a great new one from the Foo Fighters. The video is clearly inspired by the movie Falling Down, which if you a haven’t seen it, you should. Enjoy your Monday Music Video!
And here’s another Monday Music Video for you folks. Not much to say about this one, other than the fact that it’s awesome and new. Enjoy!
It’s late in the day, but it’s still Monday! So here’s your music video. I’m mainly posting this cause it’s just LOADED with video game references and internet memes. It’s a bit NSFW, but check it out if you can. It’s catchy, too.
It’s got about a 3-minute intro, but it’s pretty funny and adds to the video, overall. In any case, here’s the Avett Brothers for your Monday Music Video. This song’s a bit more up-tempo than their usual stuff. Enjoy!
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!