In 1992 alternative hip-hop group, Arrested Development, stormed mainstream music with their Afrocentric, peace and love brand of hip-hop and debut single “Tennessee.” Continue reading
Norwegian and Swedish dance-pop collaborators Royksopp and Robyn, embrace the revolution in their latest video and title track from their acclaimed Do It Again EP. Continue reading
This week’s Replay is the often over looked but much beloved single, “Change of Heart” from Cyndi Lauper’s 1986 sophomore dics, True Colors. Continue reading
Gabby Young & Other Animals return with new music video “I’ve Improved. Continue reading
L.A. four-piece Smallpools get The Chainsmokers treatment with new remix.
Stars premiere their latest video for “Hold On When You Get Love…” Continue reading
Empire of the Sun made a splash in 2008 on the back of their breezy, escapist pop single “Walking on a Dream” introducing the duo’s larger-than-life glam rock persona and campy new wave pop to many. Despite their initial success, five years on little had been heard from the duo.
For Ice on the Dune, the duo’s second album, Luke Steele and Nick Littlemore gave the record a back story, arguably to drum up more interest in their return. The short handed version of their story sees Earth as a peaceful place with her balance kept in check by Emperor (Steele) and Prophet (Littlemore) aided by their four animal priests, the balance is upset by their foe the King of Shadows… essentially the Emperor and Prophet must restore the balance. Continue reading
Ghost Loft premiere seductive video for “So High.”