We are Enfant Terrible embraces the D.I.Y. style in the band’s new video, “Flesh 'N' Blood Kids,” venturing from the venue to the graffiti splashed underbelly of the city of Lille, where the trio forms campy poses ala Devo.
Liverpool trio The Wombats are back in black with This Modern Glitch, which drops April 26 on Bright Antenna. The “Jump Into The Fog” single from the new album was released earlier this year, featuring a slightly darker tone to The Wombats boisterous shenanigans the likes of “Kill The Director” and “Backfire At The Disco.”
Frank Turner’s “The Road” video takes you on his 24-hour party people adventure, as he travels from houses to other venues throughout various cities, singing his song. He opens with a personal introduction and a peek into what’s ahead, “Alright, this is Frank Turner. It’s 8 o’clock in the evening. We’re about to film 24 shows in 24 hours. Let’s go!”
Taking a queue from art-meets-nightmares ala Nine Inch Nails, Rusko has released a new music video for “Lick the Lizard,” the b-side to the “Everyday” single out that is due out on April 5th on Mad Decent.
Metronomy kicks off our new feature, KBuzz Video of the Day, which will feature spanking new and unique music videos we feel deserve a look and listen, along with old favorites, the weird, the funny, the ingenious, or the just plain stupid. As we all know from reality TV, stupid can be entertaining too in a “laughing at you not with you” sort of way.
I was wondering when the hell this was going to happen. Hindershot is FINALLY releasing its debut EP, It’s Only Blood. This is a poke but one with the warmest of wishes and admiration, and I’m highly pleased that the tracks that hooked me last year have now found a home in my iTunes favorites playlist.
Goldenboy’s Shon Sullivan has been a busy man as the go-to-guy for filling out a group's touring band, including the likes of Bright Eyes, Neil Finn, Stephen Malkmus and Grandaddy. But he’s found time to follow up his 2006 album, Underneath the Radio, with the new Sleepwalker (Eenie Meenie Records).
After running the new Brute Chorus release, How the Caged Bird Sings, through my speakers and headphones a few times, I keep coming back to this phrase: working-class music. Bare bones and B.S. free, I envision a dark bar filled with regulars smoking and drinking pints, all moving in unison to a 50’s jukebox that’s blaring “Could This Be Love.”
First off, I think we’ve all heard enough of the “N” word when it comes to connecting the Klaxons to some pseudo genre style. The only wave that exists with their new release, Surfing the Void (tinyOGRE Entertainment), is the pattern made by the sea of people during the Klaxons’ tour, no doubt flowing and rocking to the myriad of soundscapes and aural breaks that crash, boom and swoon.
The frost is finally melting. People are spending more time on the patio with frothy pitchers, gathering to enjoy the warmer weather. This is a perfect time for Diego Paulo's Cafe Con Leche to show up to the party.