The Top 56 Music Videos of 2006 – Watch them all on YouTube, or download higher quality versions individually, in groups of 10, or all at once (1.36 GB) via bittorrent. Very nicely done. Who needs MTV? Not us, when we’ve got Shots Ring Out gathering up the best music videos on the web. The … Continue reading Top Music Videos of 2006
I didn’t realize that NBC has started using YouTube… Earlier this year they demanded that awesome Natalie Portman rap video (my 2006 single of the year) to be pulled… I’ve been Tivoing Saturday Night Live for a few years now, which renders it entirely watchable. Justin Timberlake was great the last time he hosted, and … Continue reading Justin Timberlake on SNL
Stream a couple of new Babyshambles videos: “The Blinding” (Win, Real) and “Love You But You’re Green” (Win, Real). From The Blinding EP, out now on Capitol Records. Also, for all the new parents out there: A Boy Called Pete, a children’s book written by Peter Robinson and illustrated by David Whittle, which apparently will … Continue reading New Babyshambles videos
We’ve been waiting with great anticipation to get a listen to the new Modest Mouse material. Ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr joined the group a couple months ago and now Netzoo some live tracks from their Wiltern show earlier this week. Modest Mouse and Johnny Marr: Two Great Tastes That Taste Great Together. Fire it Up … Continue reading Modest Mouse (with Johnny Marr) Live
Ren and Stimpy creator John Kricfalusi has directed a fantastically twisted video for Tenacious D’s “Classico” (nsfw) from The Pick of Destiny. More John K stuff here. Via bb.
Another Glorious Noise video feature! In this episode, the Blacks perform “New New Waltzing Blues” and “Fake Out Jesus” live at their July 2006 reunion show in Chicago. And as a special bonus, we’re throwing in a couple videos of other bands you should love.
Check out this awesome animation of your favorite album covers. Hilarious.
Beggars has posted the new Raconteurs video for “Broken Boy Soldiers” to YouTube: I’m still surprised about how good this band was at Lollapalooza. They sounded so much better and more badass than the album.
The Drams sat down with Glorious Noise to talk about forming the band out of the ashes of Slobberbone and Budapest One and recording their debut, Jubilee Dive. See the interview and highlights of their Chicago show in this exclusive GLONO video.
Check out this short film on Chicago’s own the Blisters. Yes, that’s Jeff Tweedy’s son on drums. The Blisters previously on GLONO here and here.