Videos

Watch Savages Debut “Adore” In NYC

By Caitlin White / March 13, 2015
London quartet Savages debuted a new song at the end of January when they played Mercury Lounge in New York, but video of the track has now surfaced. Frontwoman Jehnny Beth said the song is called "Adore" and shared a brief description of its tangled themes:… More »


The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

By Tom Breihan / March 13, 2015
I'm sorry, guys, but I think the new Björk video is pretty boring. I was all set to love it, but I don't love it. It's not on this list. There were plenty of better videos that came along in the past week, and five of them are below. More »


Vision Fortune – “Back Crawl II” Video

By James Rettig / March 13, 2015
Vision Fortune -- the noisy, experimental duo from London -- have shared a video for "Back Crawl II," a teeth-chattering track off of their sophomore album, Country Music. It's a creepy affair, alternating between shaky, shadowy footage of some trees and X-ray shots of a tongue lolling about in an open mouth that feels like… More »


Stream Emprss Blue EP

By Chris DeVille / March 13, 2015
Emprss are an electronic pop trio from Farnham, "a sleepy town in the south of England." Their Blue EP is out this week via Family Artists, a collective that also includes tour mates Hundred Waters. Blue finds them exploring crystalline moody sounds that split the difference between Elbow and James Blake. It's the sort… More »


Watch Jeff Tweedy & Mavis Staples Cover John Fogerty’s “Wrote A Song For Everyone”

By Chris DeVille / March 13, 2015
Jeff Tweedy and Mavis Staples have developed a fruitful creative partnership in recent years, with Tweedy producing a couple Staples albums and helping her finish one of her father Pops Staples' unreleased records. (She was also in Tweedy's awesome, Chicago-centric "Low Key" video.) Here's another cool thing they did together: Tweedy invited Staples o… More »


Watch Barack Obama And Jimmy Kimmel Chat About Kanye West, Who’ll Be At SXSW

By James Rettig / March 13, 2015
Last night, Barack Obama appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. In addition to the sure-to-go-viral Presidential Mean Tweets segment, Obama also sat down for an interview where he addressed his relationship with Kanye West. During a lecture at Oxford earlier this month, West noted that the President "calls the home phone," but Obama disputed… More »


Meyhem Lauren & Buckwild – “100 MPH” (Feat. Action Bronson) Video

By Tom Breihan / March 13, 2015
Last year, the Queens rap bully and frequent Action Bronson collaborator Meyhem Lauren teamed up with the veteran boom-bap producer Buckwild for the excellently titled Silk Pyramids album. Lauren directed his own sunny, atmospheric video for "100 MPH," a warm shit-talk session that features Bronson. In the video, we see Lauren and Bronson doing… More »


Watch Kevin Drew And Andy Kim Bring “Sister OK” To Letterman

By James Rettig / March 13, 2015
Last month, Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew released a collaborative album with Andy Kim, the Canadian songwriter best known for the Archies' "Sugar, Sugar. And last night, Kim took center stage on Letterman to perform the It's Decided track "Sister OK" with a full band and Drew accompanying him on guitar. Letterman seemed particularly… More »


Death Grips – “On GP”

By Scott Lapatine / March 12, 2015
Yesterday we got word that Death Grips' long-teased Jenny Death, half of the double album The Powers That B, has an official release date of 3/17, and we heard excerpts of all the tracks via a Dutch retailer's pre-order. Now you can hear track 9, "On GP," in its entirety in a video Death… More »


Devonté Hynes & Neneh Cherry – “He, She, Me”

By James Rettig / March 12, 2015
Devonté Hynes and Neneh Cherry were commissioned by Selfridges -- a high-end UK department store -- to write a new song called "He, She, Me" to soundtrack an original film that was directed by Alex Turvey and Kathryn Ferguson. "The film is an evolving journey through a subtle push and pull between masculinity and femininity,… More »


Watch Sharon Van Etten Move A Superfan TV Anchorman To Tears

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 12, 2015
Sharon Van Etten is on tour promoting her latest offering, Are We There, which made our 50 Best Albums Of 2014 list and is one of my personal favorite records of last year. But New Zealander John Campbell definitely loves Van Etten more than I do. The newscaster was moved to tears when the… More »


Watch Carrie Brownstein Interview Kim Gordon On Her Memoir Girl In A Band

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 12, 2015
Last month, Kim Gordon published her memoir, Girl In A Band, a book that chronicles the Sonic Youth member's life as an artist, musician, and mother, as well her romantic relationship with bandmate Thurston Moore. On March 10, Gordon was interviewed by Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein at San Francisco's Jewish Community Center as part of their… More »


TCTS – “Thinking About You” (Feat. Leo Kalyan) Video (Stereogum Premiere)

By Caitlin White / March 12, 2015
As TCTS, Manchester producer Sam O'Neill makes the kind of itchy, irresistible house that American audiences most readily identify with Disclosure. Like the Lawrence brothers, he's also eager to pair his skill as a producer with soulful, emerging singers such as Sam Sure or his recent Jessie Ware remix. The same goes for… More »


Deerhoof – “Tiny Bubbles” Video

By Caitlin White / March 12, 2015
Ever-prolific noise-gauze purveyors Deerhoof released their 12th full-length album, La Isla Bonita, late last year and have continued to release accompanying visuals for various tracks from that record. In January we got Satomi Matsuzak strolling around the British shoreline in the "Black Pitch" video, but the animated visuals for "Tiny Bubbles" that came… More »


Watch Tears For Fears & Reggie Watts’ “Bomb Song” Video For Comedy Bang! Bang!

By Tom Breihan / March 12, 2015
Later this month, the comedian and LCD Soundsystem collaborator Reggie Watts will take over bandleader duties on new host James Corden's version of The Late Late Show. For now, he's still holding down bandleader duties on IFC's Comedy Bang! Bang!. And in a new sketch he teams up with '80s synthpop kings Tears For Fear… More »


Björk – “Lionsong” Video

By Tom Breihan / March 12, 2015
Björk is one of the great music-video artists of all time, and she's just shared her clip for the devastating "Lionsong," from her bottomlessly sad new album Vulnicura. Her longtime collaborators Inez & Vinoodh directed the video, and it features Björk wearing the human-dandelion outfit from the Vulnicura cover art, her heart visibly… More »


Watch Angel Haze Co-Host MTV’s Catfish And New Show Truce

By Tom Breihan / March 12, 2015
The rapper Angel Haze has been dealing with intense experiences of abuse and family rejection in her music ever since we first met her. And her horrific true-life experiences, as well as her gift for communication, seem like they came in handy in her new gig as an MTV host. On last night's episode of… More »


Watch Courtney Barnett Debut New Songs At A Secret Melbourne Show

By Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 11, 2015
Courtney Barnett will release her new full-length, Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit, at the end of the month, but last night she debuted several tracks off of the album at a secret show in Melbourne. Fortunately for you, a dedicated fan filmed nearly the entire thing. Listen to Barnett's first… More »


Bobby Brackins – “My Jam” (Feat. Zendaya & Jeremih) Video

By Caitlin White / March 11, 2015
When "My Jam" first dropped, not only did I laud it as the next inescapable song of the summer, I also fervently wished it would get a dance-ready, colorful video. My wish has been granted. Bobby Brackins, Zendaya, and Jeremih all cleared their schedules, hopped a flight to Puerto Rico, and captured the day-drunk,… More »


Watch The Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck Trailer

By Tom Breihan / March 11, 2015
For months, we've been hearing about HBO's forthcoming Kurt Cobain documentary Montage Of Heck, which his daughter Frances Bean Cobain executive produced. It'll be the first-ever authorized Cobain doc, and it'll include unreleased tracks like a Beatles cover and a 12-minute acoustic song. And today, we get to see our first glimpse… More »


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