The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs – Zero

March 10, 2009

People been tellin me I need to mess with these cats for a while so today I checked them out over at Ian’s spot and you know what, I skcuf with em something serious. Different than the norm, but that’s why we run this game. 

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Chester French – She Loves Everybody

March 10, 2009

I know I’m late with this but we featured this group before here. Peep the Neptunes remix! This is one of the best vids of the year don’t sleep.

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Chester French – She Loves Everybody plus Neptunes Remix.

November 18, 2008

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Spotted at rcrd. New hotness from these two guys who are signed to this guy’s label. Read the bio after the jump and then download the original and the remix.

 

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Coldplay x Jay – Z – LOST

November 18, 2008

 

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Off of Coldplay’s forthcoming EP. thanks to OS.


Gnarls Barkley – Whos Gonna Save My Soul

November 16, 2008

Since Amanda and Co. have been taken down here’s a little something about how I feel about the situation. Actually this might be a better representation of how I feel about me and WordPress, Youtube blockers, and the rest of the people who make life for pleasedontstare difficult. Besides all that this video is amazing. I don’t think these guys have come with one video that I don’t say that about.


Bad Brains on Tour

October 17, 2008

Okay I need to get to work on this Noir Rock Mixtape that I’ve been thinking about. Spotted at Slam X Hype.

Bad Brains have announced an epic four show tour during November in one in DC, two in New York, and one in Austin. For those of you who don’t know “Bad Brains are a highly influential American all-black hardcore punk band, originally formed in Washington, D.C. in 1979. They are widely regarded as being among the pioneers of hardcore punk.”

“The band was first founded as a jazz-fusion ensemble called Mind Power, with singer Sid McCray, in the mold of bands such as Chick Corea’s Return to Forever and John McLaughlin’s Mahavishnu Orchestra. In 1978 McCrayintroduced the rest of the band, who were already interested in bands such as Black Sabbath, to punk rock, including the Dickies, the Dead Boys, and the Sex Pistols.”