New music video by electronic/chillwave great and Princeton, N.J. native Com Truise for “Terminal,” a track from his 2011 debut EP, Galactic Melt. The video does an amazing job of incorporating an 80’s style DOS computer command line interface into everything. I vaguely remember using that, way back when. Anyway, check out the latest below:
Super excited for the sequel to 2009’s Blackroc, a collaborative album between indie rockers The Black Keys and various hip-hop stars. Blakroc 2 is slated to feature some of the hottest names in hip-hop including Talib Kweli, U God, Jay Electronica, OC, Curren$y, Wiz Khalifa, Jim Jones, Sean Price, & The Cool Kids. Check out the teaser after the jump.
Indie-folk band Bon Iver just released the official music video for their hit song “Holocene,” which is a track off of their self-titled sophomore album.
Personally, “Holocene” isn’t one of my favorite Bon Iver songs (I much prefer “Perth,” Minnesota, WI,” & “Michicant”), so naturally I’m not a huge fan of the video. Nevertheless, it’s a well crafted video that’s quite fitting for “Holocene.”
Bon Iver is slated to begin their North American tour in September, followed by a European one in October and November.
Check out the new music video for the song “Truth” by Alex Ebert aka Alexander. If his voice sounds familiar to you, it’s because he’s also the lead singer of the band Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes and Ima Robot.
“Truth” is one of those ultra-catchy songs that gets stuck in your head for days— kind of like “Home.” The video for “Truth” is pretty strange— but that’s to be expected I guess. It features an array of beards and lots of white body paint. Take a look after the jump.
Rapper/producer Hoodie Allen just released his latest mixtape titled Leap Year. The 22-year old former Google employee has a sound and persona that’s reminiscent of Asher Roth, Sam Adams, or duo Chiddy Bang.
Some of the best tracks on Leap Year include “Song for an Actress,” “The Chase is On,” and “#WhiteGirlProblems.” Hoodie Allen is currently about to embark on a nation-wide tour, lasting through the end of August. Stream or download the mixtape below.