Articles tagged video

9 Jun 2015 // 11:23 AM

FFS - “Piss Off” (video)

Franz Ferdinand and Sparks have merged forces for the FFS album releasing today (our review comes tomorrow).

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Jessie Ware Performs “Say You Love Me” on ‘The Late Late Show’

British neo-soul singer Jessie Ware performed "Say You Love Me" last night on The Late Late Show last night. The song is a gorgeous, R&B slow-burner that escalates to soaring pop anthem.

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The World(s) That Video Made

Video Revolutions is a brief, brilliant inquiry into the history of a complex, contested medium.

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Battle Flags - “Lost Boys (Alex Winters Is My Hero)” (video) (Premiere)

Battle Flags' releases new single and video as an ode to '80s cinema classic The Lost Boys.

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Sabbath Assembly - “I, Satan” (video) (Premiere)

PopMatters premieres the video for "I, Satan", taken from Sabbath Assembly's portentous third album Quaternity, set for release on the 28th of March.

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12 Mar 2014 // 4:06 PM

Sabina Ddumba - “Scarred for Life” (video)

Sweden's Sabina Ddumba is a fast rising soul/pop singer and her new tune, "Scarred for Life", reveals the devastating results of a painful breakup. It's a pop hit in the making. Watch for Ddumba to make international waves this year.

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12 Mar 2014 // 11:39 AM

The Del McCoury Band - “Big Blue Raindrops” (video)

The Del McCoury Band, aka the best bluegrass band on the planet, stopped by the Washington DC studios of WAMU's Bluegrass Country this week to play "Big Blue Raindrops".

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19 Feb 2014 // 10:00 AM

Neil Davidge - “Sleepwalking” feat. Emi Green (video) (Premiere)

British producer and film soundtrack composer Neil Davidge steps into the limelight with his first ever solo record, Slo Light, coming out February 25th via The End Records.

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11 Feb 2014 // 10:00 AM

Belle Adair - “Slowest Routine” (video) (Premiere)

Off Belle Adair's 2013 debut The Brave and Blue, "Slowest Routine" combines a rootsy undertone with sleeker, modern elements, a vibe that's visualized in its stunning video.

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Messenger - “Somniloquist” (video) (Premiere)

PopMatters premieres the video for "Somniloquist", taken from Messenger's genre-defying debut album Illusory Blues, set for release on the 28th of March.

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6 Jan 2014 // 1:03 PM

Cass McCombs - “Big Wheel” (video) + Tour Dates

Cass McCombs has just released a trippy video for “Big Wheel”, the title tune from his 2013 effort Big Wheel and Others, which released last August

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Dave Stewart - “Nashville Snow” (lyric video) (PopMatters Premiere)

The Eurythmics' Dave Stewart returns September 30th with his latest solo album, Lucky Numbers, the third record released by Stewart in the last three years.

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Caged Animals - “Too Much Dark” (video) (PopMatters Premiere)

On "Too Much Dark", Caged Animals strike just the right balance between shadowy intimacy and glimmers of brightness that provide just enough light.

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Oneohtrix Point Never Previews New Track and Video, “Still Life”

Oneohtrix Point Never's latest album, 'R Plus Seven', will be released October 1st.

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Dylan Ettinger - “The Pale Mare” (video)

Dylan Ettinger’s sunless analog electronics get a visual accompaniment that warps a VHS of the surreal '90s vampire classic Nadja into colorful, suitably abstracted art.

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Daniel Romano Plays a Royal Medley (Video) (PopMatters Premiere)

Check out this exclusive short film by the terrific filmmakers at Southern Souls capturing country troubadour Daniel Romano playing two songs from Come Cry With Me.

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Jetman Jet Team - “Albatross” (Video) (PopMatters Premiere)

"Albatross” shows that Seattle's Jetman Jet Team is a band that’s starting to make inroads and fast.

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27 Mar 2013 // 7:18 AM

Hollis Brown - ‘Nightfall’ (video) (PopMatters Premiere)

Hollis Brown may be New York through and through, but they trekked to Nashville -- like so many artists these days -- to find their true musical soul.

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Beyoncé Rocks It Slow and ‘90s Style for Her 1+1 Video

When Beyoncé released her fourth solo album, aptly titled 4, many were confused as to which direction she was going. There were moments of psychedelic electro

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24 Aug 2011 // 11:22 AM

OK Go vs. the Muppets

The Muppets drifted out of coolness when they were relegated to children’s entertainment in the ‘90s. They came back with a vengeance though through

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Mr. Robot: Episode 6 -- "Br4ve-Trave1er.asf

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"When episode six opens to find Elliot in terror and panic, it is soon confirmed that he should be.

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