Video: Jay Reatard – “See/Saw” From Matador Singles ’08, which is a really good collection of poppy lo-fi messy garage punk songs. The fact that he comes from Memphis makes sense. I hadn’t heard anything by him before this album, but now I’m pissed I missed seeing him this summer. MP3: Jay Reatard – “See/Saw” … Continue reading New Jay Reatard video: See/Saw
Can we get congress to investigate this? BrokeNCYDE – Freaxxx Brokencyde – Freaxxx (Music Video) from Eat Cake Films on Vimeo. Check out the comments on their MySpace page. Sorry to ruin your week.
Speaking of Glen Campbell… Video: Glen Campbell & Stevie Wonder – “Blowing in the Wind” From the Glen Campbell Good Time Hour, February 19, 1969.
No reason to post this other than it cracks me up. Happy Friday!
Spinner: MGMT Get Excited on the Interface Video: MGMT – “Electric Feel” (live) MP3: MGMT – Live on the Interface
Video: Jeff Mangum/Julian Koster – “Engine” (live in Columbus, October 19, 2008) Neutral Milk Hotel alumni Jeff Mangum and Jullian Koster have performed “Engine” at the most recent dates on the Elephant 6 Holiday Surprise Tour. The first time they pulled out this ten-year-old b-side was in Pittsburgh (video after the jump…), and in some … Continue reading Jeff Mangum and Julian Koster Play Engine
Video: MGMT – “The Youth” (71MB MOV) Directed by Eric Wareheim. From Oracular Spectacular. It’s not as mind-blowing as “Time To Pretend” (MP3) or quirky as “Electric Feel”, but it’s got some spooky kids in it, so there’s that. MGMT: Web, MySpace, YouTube, Wiki.
Video: Britney Spears – “Womanizer” (uncensored) MTV: Scenes in the video feature Britney lounging, nude, in a sauna, while her boyfriend showers. The ABC version of the clip obscures her body with digitally added steam; the MTV version does not. Obviously there are no explicit shots in the video, but MTV’s is certainly more provocative. … Continue reading Steamy new Britney video
Video: Alicia Keys (ft. Jack White) – “Another Way To Die” From the upcoming James Bond movie, Quantom of Solace. Limited-edition 7-inch single is available today.
Video: Sir Ben Kingsley STOMPS into the shoes of Minor Threat’s Ian MacKaye Directed by Kashy Khaledi for Mean Magazine. Not every day do you see a knighted, Oscar-winning actor rocking out to classic D.C. hardcore. This is rad. MP3: Minor Threat – “I Don’t Wanna Hear It” from 1st 7″. (courtesy of Dischord)