Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Watch: Smallpools Unveil Music Video For "Dreaming"

Los Angeles indie-pop band Smallpools have unveiled the video for "Dreaming", taken from their just released self-titled debut EP, out now via RCA Records. The song is part of our current playlist www.koolrockradio.com

Check out the video below.



Watch: Jacuzzi Boys Share New Video For "Double Vision"

Miami-based indie rock Jacuzzi Boys have unveiled the video "Double Vision", the first cut taken from their forthcoming self-titled third full-length, which will be out on September 10 via Hadly Art Records. 

The song is part of our current playlist www.koolrockradio.com.

The video was directed by Corey Adams and is described as: "A classic case of Stockholm syndrome. When a man becomes victim to a car jacking he learns to love his assailants after they demonstrate an erotic dance in his presence."

Watch it below.


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Watch: The Joy Formidable Reveal New Video For "Silent Treatment"

The Joy Formidable have revealed the video for the new version of "Silent Treatment", taken from their EP of the same name, out now.

The 4-track EP also features a William Orbit mix of "Silent Treatment," along with a live version of "Tendons" recorded in London, and the previously unreleased track "All This Promise." 

The black-and-white video was directed by duo ArchEnemies and features an emotional performance by lead singer Ritzy Bryan, who describe the song as "a very personal and emotive moment."

"It's a track about coming to terms with a relationship that's totally broken down; the hurt, the regret but also the unburdening that comes with accepting a loss." Ritzy explains.

Watch the video below.


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Watch: Union Cinema Release New Single "Dimlight" Music Video

Peruvian indie-rock duo Union Cinema (aka Toño Jaúregui and Antonio Santivañez) have released the video for their brand new single "Dimlight".

The song is part of our current playlist www.koolrockradio.com and is available now through iTunes.

Dimlight is the duo' second single, we have already heard their excellent debut single "Can't Get Rid Of". Both tracks will feature on the band's upcoming debut album.

The video was directed by Rodrigo Riz. Watch it below.

Mazzy Star Announce New Album, Unveil New Track "California"

Nineties dream-pop duo Mazzy Star have just announced 'Seasons Of Your Day', the band's first album in 17 years. 

David Roback and Hope Sandoval will release the late follow-up to 1996's 'Among My Swan' on September the 24th through Rhymes Of An Hour record.

The album, recorded in California, was co-written and co-produced by the duo and is described as "music for lovers, music for broken hearts." 

The tracklist for 'Seasons Of Your Day' is as follows:

01. In The Kingdom
02. California
03. I've Gotta Stop
04. Does Someone Have Your Baby Now?
05. Common Burn
06. Seasons Of Your Day
07. Lay Myself Down
08. Sparrow
09. Spoon
10. Flying Low

The duo have also shared the video for their new single "California". Have a listen below.


Pre-Order the new album "Seasons Of Your Day" here

Watch: Big Skies Unveil "Come Up And Feel It" Music Video

Berlin-based band Big Skies have unveiled the video for their new single "Come Up And feel It". The song is part of our current playlist www.koolrockradio.com.

The 4-piece describe themselves as "psychedelic Britpop" and their sound is built around atmospheric guitars and vocals and has been influenced by bands such as The Jesus and Mary Chain and The Cure.

Big Skies will release their self-titled EP on August 23 via Half Human/Half Robot Music.

Check out the video for "Come Up and Feel It" below.


Watch: David Bowie Shares Music Video For "Valentine's Day"

David Bowie has shared the video for "Valentine's Day", the fourth single off his latest album 'The Next Day', released back in March. 

The single will be released as a 7" picture disc via ISO/Columbia on August 19th in the UK (August 20th in the US, other regional variations apply) with the instrumental track Plan on the flipside. You can pre-order your copy here.

The video was directed by Indrani and Markus Klinko, who previously collaborated with Bowie on the artwork for 2002’s Heathen album, and sees Bowie performing that track alone in an abandoned building. 

Watch it below.