Videos

King Tuff – “Madness” Video

By James Rettig / March 25, 2015
King Tuff has shared a video for "Madness," a track off of last year's Black Moon Spell. It starts off at a packed show with a rowdy crowd that looks like it would give me a lot of anxiety, then transitions into them being on the road with some non sequiturs including a dude i… More »


Hit-Boy – “Automatically” & “Show Me Something” Videos

By Peter Helman / March 25, 2015
Hit-Boy is mostly known for being a consistently great producer, but he's also a capable rapper in his own right. Today, he released a pair of new tracks, both with music videos provided by Psycho Films. "Automatically" finds Hit-Boy introspectively documenting his rise to success over a soulful piano sample and production from SmokeyGotBeatz,… More »


Watch Nardwuar Remind Migos Who Introduced Them To Zaytoven

By Caitlin White / March 25, 2015
Nardwuar is one of my favorite interviewers in the world because no matter who he interviews, he acts exactly the same, whether rappers known for their antics like Odd Future or feminist punk scions like White Lung. Luckily for us, both Nardwuar and Migos were at SXSW this year and met up for… More »


Watch Brandon Flowers Perform Three New Songs And Cover Robert Palmer In Las Vegas

By Chris DeVille / March 25, 2015
Earlier this week Killers frontman Brandon Flowers debuted his new single "Can't Deny My Love" and took it to The Tonight Show. Before all that, he played a gig at Bunkhouse Saloon in his hometown of Las Vegas, where he performed other material from his new solo album The Desired Effect. For… More »


Tink – “Ratchet Commandments” Video

By Caitlin White / March 25, 2015
Tink and Timbaland continue their partnership in the video for her latest song "Ratchet Commandments." The Chicago rapper dons a series of costumes from choir girl to Egyptian queen to preach her anti-Instagram "you can't sit with us" message that might be catchy but suffers from some serious slut-shaming vibes. The song take… More »


QT – “Hey QT” Video

By Chris DeVille / March 25, 2015
One of the most momentous occasions of PC Music's SXSW showcase was a rare US appearance from QT, the pop star/soft drink manufacturer/elaborate conceptual art project starring Quinn Thomas (aka Hayden Dunham) backed by SOPHIE and A.G. Cook. So far QT has only released one single, "Hey QT," and her showcase appearance… More »


Father – “Suicide Party” (Feat. KeithCharles Spacebar & Slug Christ) Video

By Tom Breihan / March 25, 2015
Last week, Atlanta's Father surprise-released Who's Gonna Get Fucked First?, a surprise album of meditative DIY rap hedonism. Today, he's made the self-consciously twisted "Suicide Party," which features Slug Christ and KeithCharles Spacebar, two other members of Father's Awful Records crew. The video, which Father co-directed with Mike Ellwood and someone named Sia (BluntGutsNation)… More »


Unknown Mortal Orchestra – “Multi-Love” Video

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 25, 2015
In an interview with Stereogum last month, Unknown Mortal Orchestra's Ruban Nielson announced that the band will release their third full-length this fall. So far, we've only heard the record's title-track, "Multi-Love," which is now accompanied by a trippy new video directed by Lionel Williams. In addition to watching the video, you can download… More »


Hallelujah The Hills – “Destroy This Poem” Video (Stereogum Premiere)

By Caitlin White / March 25, 2015
Hallelujah The Hills are one of those relatively obscure acts out of Boston with a hometown cult following and pockets of hardcore fans scattered throughout the country. To that end, Re-Vinyl Records are re-pressing their 2014 album Have You Ever Done Something Evil? on vinyl. In support of the re-release the group are… More »


Watch Action Bronson Throw A Fan Offstage In NYC

By Tom Breihan / March 25, 2015
Earlier this week, Action Bronson released his proper major-label debut Mr. Wonderful. And last night, he played a record-release show at the notoriously awful New York venue Terminal 5. As Bronson and Party Supplies were performing "Amadu Diablo," their freestyle over Tracy Chapman's "Give Me One Reason," a bro got onstage. Bronson immediately… More »


Watch Modest Mouse Perform “Be Brave” As The First Musical Guests On The Late Late Show With James Corden

By James Rettig / March 25, 2015
Modest Mouse were the first musical guests on the new Late Late Show With James Corden, which got its start at the beginning of the week. The band performed Strangers To Ourselves track "Be Brave," and the nine-member band and their intricate setup certainly gave the new stage and sound system a proper workout. More »


Kendrick Lamar Played A Surprise Concert On A Reebok Flatbed Truck Last Night

By Tom Breihan / March 25, 2015
If you wanted to see Kendrick Lamar play his first live show since the release of To Pimp A Butterfly, you had to run to catch it. Literally. Last night, Kendrick tweeted a location in L.A. and said to meet him there. When people got there, they were greeted with the sight of Kendrick,… More »


Watch Hamilton Leithauser Cover Will Oldham’s “Trudy Dies”

By James Rettig / March 24, 2015
Hamilton Leithauser -- Walkmen singer and solo artist in his own right -- sat down with Toronto radio station Indie88 last month for a Collective Arts Black Box Session. He did an impassioned cover of Will Oldham's "Trudy Dies," a rare B-side from the prolific folk singer that he recorded under his Palace Brothers moniker… More »


tUnE-yArDs – “Wait For A Minute” Video

By Tom Breihan / March 24, 2015
After making videos for the Nikki Nack singles "Water Fountain" and "Real Thing," Merrill Garbus' tUnE-yArDs project has just dropped a new clip for the single "Wait For A Minute." This one stands as a departure from tUnE-yArDs' usual madcap technicolor Pee Wee's Playhouse style, relying instead on disorienting, distorted video effects. More »


Watch Sharon Jones, Alexis Krauss, Santigold, Amanda Palmer, & More Cover Talking Heads Songs For David Byrne Tribute Concert

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 24, 2015
No matter his level of recognition, David Byrne is forever a guy about town. I've brushed past him in the East Village, seen him ride a bike by the Williamsburg Bridge, and the night before flying to Austin for SXSW, I ended up eating dinner next to him at an unassuming Caribbean restaurant. It's fitting,… More »


Algiers – “Irony. Utility. Pretext.” Video

By Chris DeVille / March 24, 2015
After "But She Was Not Flying" and "Blood," I didn't expect gospel-electro-noise-punk anomaly Algiers to release something for the club. But the drum-machine rhythm and house melody that drive "Irony. Utility. Pretext." are undeniably dance-floor ready. Admittedly, given the desperation and midnight bleakness coursing through it, the song would work better as chase… More »


Dan Deacon – “When I Was Done Dying” Video

By Tom Breihan / March 24, 2015
Euphoric Baltimore tinkerer Dan Deacon released his new album Gliss Riffer last month, and his video for first single "Feel The Lightning" was a giddy, bugged-out surreal romp. He's already outdone it. The people at Adult Swim produced Deacon's new video for the album track "When I Was Done Dying." In putting the cli… More »


Watch Tweedy Knock Out “World Away” On Conan

By Tom Breihan / March 24, 2015
Tweedy started out looking like a sweet little lark of a side project, a veteran easygoing rock star starting a band with his son. But more than six months after they released their debut album Sukierae, Tweedy have gelled into a serious touring unit. Last night, the band played their deep cut "World Away" o… More »


Lil Wayne Has His Security Knock Out A Disgruntled Fan

By Tom Breihan / March 24, 2015
Lil Wayne's been on tour lately to promote his upcoming mixtape The Free Weezy Album, and it's been... eventful. We already posted footage of him freaking out on his DJ one night. Now he's apparently freaking out on the crowd, too. On Saturday night, Wayne played a show at the Fort Lauderdale venue… More »


Watch A Black-And-White Brandon Flowers Sing “Can’t Deny My Love” On The Tonight Show

By Tom Breihan / March 24, 2015
Killers frontman Brandon Flowers worked with producer Ariel Rechtshaid on The Desired Effect, his forthcoming solo album, and we posted the delightfully '80s first single "Can't Deny My Love" yesterday. Last night, Flowers appeared on The Tonight Show to sing the song, and he started things off in crisp black-and-white, looking for all… More »


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