[VIDEO PREMIERE] Young Rising Sons – “Red & Gold” [Windows Vol. III]

December 4, 2014 No comments yet

Hungry for more Like a shot of enorphin-inducing power pop to the heart, Young Rising Sons’ self-titled debut EP released in July primed them for a place next to American Authors, The Royal Conceptand Smallpools in the league of elation-inducing, chart-topping anthemic indie rock. The Red Bank band strikes gold once again in “Red & Gold,” playing perfectly into the band’s penchant […]

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Video: Thomston – “ANAESTHETIC”

December 4, 2014 No comments yet

Numb to the sensation  This video has been a long time coming for 19-year old Thomas Stoneman aka Thomston. The Auckland artist recorded songs in his bedroom and released them online in early 2014 as the School Night EP. It was brimming with smart pop that immediately drew comparisons to the like of James Blake’s moody electronics and confessional, arty language […]

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Video: Bad Suns – “Salt”

November 13, 2014 No comments yet

I don’t feel attached to this name. My favorite song off Bad Suns’ debut LP Language & Perspective just got its visual accompaniment and the result is a socially relevant and emotionally ravaging video. Directed by Daniel “Cloud” Campos, the video explores the story of a transgender protagonist through expertly crafted choreography that takes us through depression, suicide and […]

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Video: Lorde – “Don’t Tell ‘Em” (Jeremih Cover) [BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge]

November 13, 2014 No comments yet

From Ed Sheeran covering Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” to HAIM covering Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball,” BBC’s Radio 1 Live Lounge continues to be the gift that keeps on giving. Today the Lorde arrives in the studio to cover Jeremih and YG’s summer hit “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” appropriately cooling the song down for the winter months with brisk vocals and menthol synths until the whole thing […]

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Video: Alec Benjamin – “Paper Crown”

November 13, 2014 No comments yet

We first shared Alec Benjamin over the summer when the singer first released the song he wrote in his USC dorm room titled “Paper Crown.” His penchant for story-telling lyrics and breathy vocals created sweeping melodic rapture fated for the repeat button. Today Alec brings the song to life with an accompanying video as enchanting as the song depicting a […]

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