No video for this song, so enjoy a still of the album cover.
Most of Brad Sucks‘ music is up-tempo rock with a few exceptions. This is off his second album, Out of It.
Brad Sucks is from Ottawa, Canada, and not since Paul Anka has this city had something to be proud of. He’s released 3 albums so far with most of his music available on his website, along with tracks to allow you mix your own versions of his music.
Interesting video. My take on it, is the man is wrestling with the woman inside him, and she’s winning.
Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside serve up a hotplate of Rockabilly smothered with angst and a side of old fashioned cool. This is off their latest album, Untamed Beast.
This Rockabillyesque band are my current favourite. They’ve released 3 albums thus far, all chock-full of great tunes to blast out your vintage car while cruising down the highway on a hot Sunday afternoon. If you like this tune, hurry out and pick up all 3 of their albums.
The video is a nice live simple duet in a BBC recording studio.
This a great minimal song, with a drum machine, hot distorted guitar, and great vocals. This is off their latest album, Blood Pressure.
The Kills hail from Florida, and have a unique sound that contradicts my image of the music from that state. They’ve released 4 albums thus far, and all of them sound have a nice gritty vibe, with the occassional song that doesn’t quite work, but for the most part, most of their songs do. The duo is composed of singer, Alison Mosshart (VV), who has collaborated with various people such as Jack White, Cage the Elephant and Placebo, and guitarist, Jamie Hince (Hotel), who is married to Kate Moss. More please
Inventive video that takes place all around St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Hey Rosetta! bang out this interesting ditty. This is off their third album, Seeds.
This Canadian band have been around since 2005, but still have not quite made the jump to mainstream radio. Most of their music is a little too tame for me, with a few exceptions, like this one, but maybe they’re your cup of tea.
Generic boring band-playing video, shot in a warehouse.
Cold War Kids kick some ass with this fast-tempo ditty. This is off their second album, Loyalty to Loyalty.
With a few exceptions, like this song, I’m not a fan of the way their music is produced. They’ve released 4 albums (with their latest this month), and 8 EPs (half of them live). I just wish I could like them.