Seattle rock outfit Mudhoney drops a hilariously clever video for the song “I Like It Small,” which reminds me of a track the band featured on one of their recent albums, “The Open Mind.”
A lot like “The Open Mind,” “I Like It Small” takes a societal desire–things being big, in this case–and completely contradicts it in a way that’s hilarious and satirical.
Mudhoney’s next album, Vanishing Point, will be dropping this week on Sub Pop Records.
The Flaming Lips drop an incredibly twisted and surreal video for the Heady Fwends track “Ashes In the Air,” which features some vocal contributions from Justin Vernon, a.k.a. Bon Iver.
Check a review for The Flaming Lips’ Heady Fwends compilation below, and look out for the band’s next record, The Terror, in the middle of April.
Atlanta rock outfit the Coathangers have a new video and single out for the track “Merry Go Round.” It’s got a sharp, post-punky sound to it complete with a danceable drum beat and some stringy guitar leads. Enjoy!
Baltimore band Dope Body drops a new track and video titled “Leather Head.” The track comes from the band’s new 7″ EP on Drag City. The title: Saturday. The track brings the band’s usual combo of psych rock, punk, and sludge; however, the party attitude that I enjoyed so much on their last full-length seems to be swapped out for something a little darker.
Check a review of the band’s last full-length right here:
Dark Time Sunshine drops a new video for one of my favorite tracks from the hip hop outfit’s new album, ANX. Dig it!
Canadian electronic music duo Zeds Dead have a new music video out with help from director and Black Swan Choreographer Benjamin Millepied. The hard-hitting beat and distorted basslines in this great are great as is, but the impressive dance moves coming from the visuals make ‘em even better.
A video for the new single teasing toward the sophomore album of Darwin Deez, Songs For Imaginary People. Look for it on February 4th via Lucky Number. Now, with the song, this video is the perfect pairing. Ninian Doff directs Darwin through a series of double, triple, quadruple takes of moments that detail some weird goings on in a convenience store. Thanks some fancy editing!!!
With some stellar visuals from The Creators Project, here’s a new song from Jason Chung, a.k.a. Nosaj Thing, which is due to be on the electronic music producer’s forthcoming album, Home. Look for it in January. Oh, yes, and Blonde Redhead’s Kazu Makino actually does the vocals here, which are quite soothing and seductive.