Posted by GMONEY on April 22, 2015
As he prepares for a crazed summer festival season with appearances at the world’s most premier events, Hardwell reveals a new music video for his original, “Echo.” The Dutch virtuoso along with director Robin Piree take viewers on an adventure through a billowy forest as a man delves deep into his past with Jonathan Mendelsohn’s captivating croons as the narrator. The Dutch producer is tugging at our hearts with this one and you will definitely need a pillow to cry on during this video. Check it out above and pick up Hardwell’s album, United We Are, on iTunes.
Exclusive, Featured, House, Videos | FNT Premiere: Audio District Release Trippy ‘Run Through The Streets’ Music Video
Posted by Middy on April 10, 2015
Copenhagen and Oslo-based electronic, disco, synth pop trio Audio District have unveiled the new video for their upcoming single “Run Through The Streets.” Mirroring the Lifelike-produced track, the trippy video is a throwback to the 80’s with kaleidoscope effects and band members ping-ponging lasers at each other. The single will arrive on April 13 through Computer Science with a special Kris Menace remix — but until then listen and watch the original in the video exclusively below!
Abstract Hip-Hop, Hip-Hop, Videos | Christian Deshun Capitalizes On Kendrick Lamar Taking Instrumental
Posted by VMan on April 1, 2015
When Los Angeles Based Christian Deshun first heard To Pimp A Butterfly by Kendrick Lamar a weird sense drifted over him. Upon reaching “Momma”, Christian realized that K. Dot had used an instrumental that he released last year on his EP SMPLCTY. It was on a record titled “Thank You”, which was produced by buzzing producer KNXWLEDGE. But instead of it bringing him down and feeling haste, Christian had felt honored that him and K. Dot have the same ear sort of feeling as a pioneer. “If K. Dot liked this now, and I recorded this last year this sort of makes me ahead of my time as an innovator”, stated Christian.
Well two weeks after this debacle, Christian released a video titled “Undisclosed”. This was recorded at a time when Christian and his Friends where financially broke and hanging out in a decrepit building off the beaten path. But even though they were financially unstable, they were intellectually rich. The meaning “Undisclosed” came from the fact that you couldn’t find this house even if you tried, it would not register in a GPS device.
For now the future looks bright for the budding star out of LA. Hoping to put Louisiana on the map via Los Angeles he definitely carries the character, drive, and personality to attain these goals.
Posted by VMan on March 31, 2015
The Chainsmokers released their single ‘Let You Go’ about one month ago and has picked up some great traction since then. This also happens to be their first single that doesn’t reference pop culture so we’re definitely excited to see them going in this fresh direction. They recently went live with their official music video for the song and it filled with some great surprises. I’m not one to spoil a good ending so you’ll have to see it for yourself!
Posted by VMan on March 23, 2015
Major Lazer & DJ Snake dropped an ill original with “Lean On” featuring vocals from MØ, and they just released the visuals for this banger, as they take us to India. Check the guys dropping a few choreographed moves, I’m calling it now, this might be the song of the Summer, it’s hot! This is a must listen!
Posted by MK3 on March 17, 2015
Since their arrival on late 2013, Academy has absolutely amazed with each single, but the one thing never received regularly were visuals. In January the duo unleashed their first set of visuals for their single We Ain’t Never and today the duo teamed up with director Kris Roller to drop one of the more creative music videos we have seen in quite some time for their single Hold Me Down.
Posted by jeffwbaird on March 1, 2015
CJ Holland, a 21-year-old with a voice like silk and a classy style, is a name to know if you pride yourself on staying ahead of the blog curve. He’s clearly developed himself in the vein of pop darlings like JT and Bruno, and has been working on his debut album with the likes of Pharrell, Ne-Yo, and even Quincy Jones.
Recently, he’s performed a series of covers (“Uptown Funk, “I’m Not the Only One,” and “Thinking Out Loud”) that have continued to impress and showcase his range. This week he’s added a bit more of an inventive touch to his cover of “Tuesday,” as producer One Love (of Kinetics & One Love fame, primarily) provides an immersive, trap-infused interpolation of the beat, and CJ rewrites the verses, making them successfully his own while still retaining the original’s staccato flow and melodic touch.