Has anybody else noticed that “Insistor” by current indie darlings Tapes ‘N Tapes sounds a lot like Quasar Wut-Wut? Check out “Enola Gay” in particular. Even their video looks like a Quasar video. Or is it just me?
This week’s GLONO video feature stars Detroit’s Deadstring Brothers, recorded live in Chicago last winter. Recently signed to Bloodshot Records, the band is making a name for itself with gritty, explosive live shows and an album that gives more than a passing nod to everyone’s favorite Glimmer Twin party.
From the fine folks of Bedazzled: two Kool-Aid Commercials (1, 2) featuring the Monkees and Bugs Bunny. Video: Monkees Kool-Aid commercials Monkees Kool-Aid commercialsWatch this video on YouTube Via Monkees Live Almanac. Updated 6/15/2018.
Video of George W. Bush performing U2’s Sunday Bloody Sunday. Sunday Bloody Sunday by BushWatch this video on YouTube
Glorious Noise is proud to announce a new regular feature: Exclusive GLONO Video. Today’s featured video is the extended trailer of The Long Way Around, Whiskey Bender’s documentary on GLONO faves, Two Cow Garage.
“You’re So Pretty” by Field Music from Field Music (Memphis Industries). Saw their video for “You’re Not Supposed To” (QT) on Subterranean. Contains a former member of the Futureheads. More mp3s on their site.
Stop the Madness, a mid-80s anti-drug music video, featuring the New Edition, Whitney Houston, LaToya Jackson, Herb Albert, Toni Basil, and First Lady Nancy Reagan (no shit). Created by Tim Reid, who currently plays William Barnett in “That ’70s Show,” a show that glorifies teenage stonerism. Back story.
New video for the Raconteurs (Jack White, Brendan Benson, et al) first single, “Steady, As She Goes” (QT, Win). Also, download the single from iTunes. Cover art:
Stream the director’s cut of Elefant’s new video for “Lolita” (Windows, Real, QT). As you’d expect, it contains brief nudity (boobs). MP3. From The Black Magic Show.
New Morrissey video for “You Have Killed Me” off Ringleader of the Tormentors.