Friday, January 16, 2015

Watch: Fuck Art, Let's Dance! Unveil "Atlas" Music Video

Hamburg indie pop/electronic band Fuck Art, Let's Dance! have unveiled the video for "Atlas".

The song is a classic tune here on Kool Rock Radio and is the title track of their excellent debut album 'Atlas', which was released in April last year through Audiolith Records. Get your copy here, if you haven't already.

About the track's themes and the video's production, the band said: "Atlas’ theme is about despair. An insoluble situation where the only end is your own demise. The fight between good and evil was the perfect choice to represent the essence of the song. A determined woman fighting a vicious red dragon, which is responsible for taking the life of a dearly loved person. We’re all fans of 70’s asian martial arts flicks, so we immediately settled with this idea and got to work with Miguel Vasquez and Il Kang, our directors. They’ve assembled a great team and we’re proud of the result to kick off a great 2015."

Check out the video below.


Watch: Deadpanzies Reveal Music Video For "Frightgirls"

L.A. via Oakland, noisey grrl punk band (with a no wave twist) Deadpanzies have revealed the video for their catchy track "Frightgirls".

Consisting of bass, drums, electric mandola and eerie bratty vocals.. the band uses interesting syncopation to create unexpectedly catchy songs. Hard repetitive bass lines you find getting stuck in your head mixed with energetic minimal punk drums and riot grrl power inspired lyrics sung in unison.

The girls are currently working on their full-length album at Lolipop Records with Robert [Cifuentes of Corners and Billy Changer].

Watch the video below.

Watch: Best Friends Air Music Video For New Track "Shred Til You're Dead"

Sheffield basement pop four-piece Best Friends have unveiled the video for their new track "Shred Til You're Dead".

The song, is part of our current playlist and "It's a fine continuation from the promise of old, backed with an extra, swaggering step, a further dose of confidence."

Produced by Adam Jaffrey at Unwound Recordings, London, "Shred Til You're Dead" is the band's first single since signing to FatCat Records, and is available for free download in their Soundcloud page.

The video was Directed by Ed Crisp. Take a look below.

Watch: Habitats Drop Music Video For "Diamond Days"

London indie alternative/tropical groove outfit HABITATS have dropped the video for "Diamond Days".

The song is a classic tune here on Kool Rock Radio, and is the title track from the band's forthcoming EP 'Diamond Days', which will come out on February 9. Pre-order your copy here.

Take a look at the video below.