Portland’s Priory have released a new video for their electro jam, “Weekend” with roller rink vibes straight out of an ’80s birthday party.
The website Thought Catalog proudly publishes stories based on their motto, “all thinking is relevant.” While that may be true in a larger, epistemological sense of the phrase, it can be said that perhaps not all thoughts are worth cataloging.
On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. This installment is taken from a 1985 interview with Bob Dylan, where he discusses his feelings about the then-budding art form of music videos. This minimation was created for Radio.com by Elliot Lobell.
It was a bold idea: to create live music videos, direct and produce them in real-time, and create something that is not just a taped theatrical presentation but a performance that was intended to be filmed. It was ambitious, but did it work?
This week, Jackson released two videos from the project: “Blue Ridge Mountain Song,” which features his daughter Ali as the leading lady; and “Blacktop,” which was shot at the popular Nashville bluegrass venue Station Inn.
The story behind Kanye West’s “Black Skinhead” video uncovered, plus Eazy-E and ODB holograms on deck.
The clip starts with Apple banging the opening drum beats of the song before focusing in on her mouth to watch her enunciate, “If I’m butter, then he’s a hot knife” over and over again.
Panic! At The Disco have released “Miss Jackson,” featuring Lolo, the first single from their upcoming fourth album, “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!,” due in stores October 8. No, it is not a cover of the OutKast song.
In the fourth of eleven episodes, Fall Out Boy takes their fans deeper into their twisted horror series, each set to a track from their latest album, “Save Rock and Roll.”
Nine Inch Nails released their anticipated David Lynch-directed “Came Back Haunted” video featuring potentially disturbing images captured with a near epileptic jitter.
In this episode of Radio.com Inside Out, we explored Thirty Seconds To Mars’ music video history. The band themselves shed some light on their work, as well as a panel of past collaborators.
It’s no secret that the 20-year-old loves the ’80s. In her latest music video, Charli leisurely strolls through a famous London night club checking out her friends, dancing to her new tune, “Take My Hand.”
Queens Of The Stone Age Continue Apocalyptic Video Series With ‘If I Had A Tail’ & ‘Keep Your Eyes Peeled’
Queens Of The Stone Age continue their apocalyptic video series to preview their upcoming album, ‘…Like Clockwork,’ with two new clips that feature their lonely masked character.
Deftones continue with their western-theme in this latest video for “Swerve City.” In it, frontman meets up with a horseback riding woman, waiting to give him a surprise.
We asked a few of our favorite artists to make playlists for us of their favorite GRAMMY winning songs from the past. British R&B singer Conor Maynard, whose new album Contrast was just released in the […]
The pop music spectacle known as the MTV Video Music Awards took place last night, and it was chock-full of – surprise – pop stars! However, there was one music superstar attendee who inspired a bit of head-scratching: Tom Petty.