The Drums have been blowing us away since 2009, and their latest release Portamento on French Kiss Records proves the band is not going to stop. Their brand of driving indie rock is in top form. “How It Ended” is fun and catchy with atmospheric synths.
The Special Ks are a five-piece electro-pop outfit from Brighton, UK. Am I the only one noticing that the UK is putting out a lot of amazing bands lately? The Special Ks are no exception. The video for “Crystal Fields” is well shot and the music is catchy, but don’t take my word for it, watch.
Drunken Sufis bring back grinding organ and put it along side its musical soul mate: guitar solos from hell. The thing that makes this video great is that we don’t have to settle for one song, we get three. The video is also shot live in 360 degrees. The gents over at Panopticon360 just might have found a way to capture a whole room of rock.
Asobi Seksu became a darling of the New York scene in 2004 with the release of their self-titled debut. In this video for “Perfectly Crystal” from their fourth full-length Fluorescence they’ve taken their songwriting to a new level crafting songs that are driving and dreamy.
The Noise Tigers are an Austrian-Australian duo creating music that is part garage rock and part electronic. If you think that combination sounds awesome, you’re smart, because it is. In this video for “Not Going Out,” the band handles miniature robots trying to assume the band’s identity in reasonable heavy-handed fashion.
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