Tag Archives: Mom and Pop

New Sleater-Kinney video: Hurry On Home

Video: Sleater-Kinney – “Hurry On Home” Directed by Miranda July. Single out now. Normally lyric videos are pretty lame, but this one is great. It has a story! And how about the song? It’s been almost six months since we found out Sleater-Kinney was back in the studio and being produced by St. Vincent, and … Continue reading New Sleater-Kinney video: Hurry On Home

New Courtney Barnett video: Everybody Here Hates You

Video: Courtney Barnett – “Everybody Here Hates You” Directed by Danny Cohen. Single out now on Milk! Records, Marathon Artists and Mom+Pop. It’s been five or six years since I first heard “History Eraser” on satellite radio. That song immediately won me over and I’ve been following Courtney Barnett ever since. Her sardonic wit has … Continue reading New Courtney Barnett video: Everybody Here Hates You

New FIDLAR video: By Myself

Video: FIDLAR – “By Myself” From Almost Free, out January 25 on Mom+Pop. FIDLAR goes disco! Don’t want to bury the lede here so I’ll just point out that Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist has cut his hair since the last time I saw his hippie locks at Riot Fest in 2016. Phew! But back to the … Continue reading New FIDLAR video: By Myself

New Courtney Barnett video: Charity

Video: Courtney Barnett – “Charity” Directed by Ashley Connor. From Tell Me How You Really Feel, out now on Milk, Marathon Artists and Mom+Pop. This is the fifth single/video Courtney Barnett has released from Tell Me How You Really Feel. Keep them coming! You don’t have to pretend you’re not scared Everyone else is just … Continue reading New Courtney Barnett video: Charity

New FIDLAR video: Are You High?

Video: FIDLAR – “Are You High?” Presumably from their third album, hopefully out sometime soon, probably on Mom+Pop. I love this band. They blew me away the first time I saw them at Lollapalooza in 2016, they were equally great at Riot Fest last year, and I’ve been following them ever since. They’ve released a … Continue reading New FIDLAR video: Are You High?

New Alice Merton video: Lash Out

Video: Alice Merton – “Lash Out” From the No Roots EP, out now on Mom+Pop. I first heard Alice Merton on satellite radio in the car last fall. “No Roots” has a super catchy, minimalist bass intro and a funky little guitar part that hooked me immediately. I considered posting it here back then, but … Continue reading New Alice Merton video: Lash Out

New Courtney Barnett video: Sunday Roast

Video: Courtney Barnett – “Sunday Roast” From Tell Me How You Really Feel, out now on Milk, Marathon Artists and Mom+Pop. Warning: This YouTube instructional video does not actually teach you how to play the song. That said, Courtney Barnett is super charming and funny and could easily become a superstar YouTuber if that’s what … Continue reading New Courtney Barnett video: Sunday Roast

New Courtney Barnett video: City Looks Pretty

Video: Courtney Barnett – “City Looks Pretty” From Tell Me How You Really Feel, out on May 18 on Milk, Marathon Artists and Mom+Pop. Courtney Barnett is a treasure. “City Looks Pretty” is the third single from her upcoming album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, and this one is as great as the previous … Continue reading New Courtney Barnett video: City Looks Pretty

New Courtney Barnett video: Need A Little Time

Video: Courtney Barnett – “Need A Little Time” Directed by Danny Cohen. From Tell Me How You Really Feel, out on May 18 on Milk, Marathon Artists and Mom+Pop. It would be fun to compile a playlist of all the songs about how hard it is to be a rock star. Start with Seger’s “Turn … Continue reading New Courtney Barnett video: Need A Little Time

New Courtney Barnett video: Nameless, Faceless

Video: Courtney Barnett – “Nameless, Faceless” Animated by Lucy Dyson. From Tell Me How You Really Feel, out on May 18 on Milk, Marathon Artists and Mom+Pop. Courtney Barnett is such a badass. In “Nameless, Faceless” she directly links dudes who troll on social media with the snowflakes who kill women for laughing at them. … Continue reading New Courtney Barnett video: Nameless, Faceless