An odd, somewhat blasé video about a funeral set sometime in the past.
Beware of Darkness build this song up slowly to a crescendo. This is off their debut album, Orthodox.
This alt-rock band has released just the one album, preceded by their only EP, Howl. If you like this song, you’ll probably like their other material which alternates between this sound and something a little heavier. On their website, however, they do appear to have new songs which do veer away from their initial sound into something a lot more pop-like. Yuck.
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.
Mclusky offer up this energy infused masterpiece with one of the best titled songs I’ve heard in a while. This is off their second album, Mclusky Do Dallas.
I’ve only just discovered this now defunct Welsh band, after hearing a song of their’s on the TV show, One Tree Hill. They’ve four albums, three of which were released before their breakup in 2005, and all of them sated with angst-filled songs. Crank their tunes, and get ready for the original flash-mob known as the mosh pit.
This lame psychedelic video is nothing special, unless you like seeing people bathe in food.
Blondfire fill the dance floor with this ditty. This is off their third EP, Where The Kids Are.
This LA brother and sister duo have released a few EPS and 2 albums, the most recent, Young Heart in 2014. They have an indie pop vibe, and many of their songs are varied from each other. Which means you won’t get bored of them. If you don’t like one song, you’ll like another or, you’ll like most of them.
A very odd video of a Japanese girl wandering Tokyo and smearing her lipstick.
Vitalic gets everyone on the dance floor with this feet-moving song. This is from his second studio album, Flashmob.
This French electronic artist has released many singles and EPs with his latest album in 2012. Most of his music drowns in electronic mediocrity, with few songs, like the one below, that manages to float above the rest.
Cute little child-like ditty from Alex Winston. This is off the her EP, Velvet Elvis.
This American indie pop singer has released only one album, and a few EPs. She sounds like a cross between Amy Winehouse and Regina Spektor. Her music is hard to find, but definitely worth listening to. Here’s hoping she makes the leap to mainstream radio without compromising on her style.