Easily the most anticipated show of the year, maybe the last decade, is slated to return on May 26th via Netflix. I’m of course talking about Arrested Development which has finally posted a proper teaser for the show’s upcoming 4th season. All your favorites are back and while none of the planned guest stars (Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig) are seen in the first footage, it’s the Bluth Family that’s the real draw. Michael, George Michael, Maeby, Tobias, Buster….they’re all back [...]
The Editors are back for album number four – it’s called The Weight of Your Love and it’s out July 1st in the U.K. (unconfirmed if U.S. release in 7/2/13). A video for the first single, “A Ton of Love”, is below. Now – I’ve enjoyed the bands music more and more as time, and their discography, as evolved. I have to say I quite like this song, but not because the band has boldly forged in any new direction. I [...]
Blame the incredibly long shadow of “Weird Al” Yankovic or the crop of so many dime-a-dozen parodists dropping quickly-crafted goofs on YouTube, but it always feels that The Lonely Island are criminally underrated. Sure, the trio of writer/actors Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccome and Akiva Schaeffer have earned plenty of acclaim for their daffy song satire, thanks to their beloved Digital Shorts on Saturday Night Live , where Samberg acted and Taccome wrote for several years. Some of these clips, including the ’90s R&B pastiche “ Dick in a Box ” [...]
Bowie has become quite a sneaky one. He announced his latest album The Next Day seemingly out of the blue, and has followed suit with videos for “Where Are We Now” and “The Stars (Are Out Tonight).” He’s done it again, slipping his latest video onto the Web late at night when people who know what’s good for them are sleeping. The video clip for “The Next Day” has it all. Gary Oldman? Check. Marion Cotillard? Check. Bowie as a [...]
Pop bottles-in REALLY slow motion-with Vampire Weekend!!
In their initial run, The Stooges crafted an unholy trinity of proto-punk rock. The raw energy of their self-titled debut (1969), Fun House (1970), and Raw Power (1973) are still highly regarded as being among the most influential rock albums of all time. Iggy of course went on to an acclaimed solo career that had its ups and downs throughout the ensuing decades. Following a long string of reunion shows that began in 2003, the original lineup (augmented by Mike [...]
Being a heavy music fan, I had definitely heard the rumblings of praise in regards to then known as Ghost, now known as Ghost BC. Somehow, a promo of their first album remained ignored until I eventually found myself being drawn in after the Decibel cover feature this year and the subsequent unveiling of “Year Zero” in advance of the release of Infestissumam, their sophomore release. That said, I’m not sure if listening to and liking Ghost BC makes me [...]
We didn’t start the fire. Neither did Alicia Keys and Maxwell, in this new video.
Frank Ocean gets lost in the latest clip from “Channel: Orange.”
Do you still not have Gozu’s The Fury Of A Patient Man? Oh, you do? Good, then the video for “Bald Bull” will just let you appreciate the band more (For all you others out there, there is no excuse for not boarding the Gozu train anymore!!!!!). The lead track off The Fury…. is already a barn burner but you add some visuals to an already scorching track and you’re playing with fire for reals (Like all the heat references [...]