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Monday, July 29, 2019

Alesso - "Live @ Tomorrowland 2019" [Dance]

Live @ Tomorrowland 2019

"Live @ Tomorrowland 2019" music video by Alesso
Added: 29-07-2019
Genre : Dance
Description : Alesso Live at Tomorrowland 2019

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Pond - "The Boys Are Killing Me" [Rock & Alternative]

The Boys Are Killing Me

"The Boys Are Killing Me" music video by Pond
Added: 29-07-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Pond - The Boys Are Killing Me (Official Video)

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Taken from the album 'Tasmania' out now on Spinning Top, Marathon Artists, Caroline & Interscope
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Pond is a psychedelic rock band from Perth, Western Australia, formed in 2008. Featuring a revolving line-up, the band currently consists of Nick Allbrook, Jay Watson, Joe Ryan, Jamie Terry, and James Ireland.

Pond often shares its members with fellow Australian psychedelic rock band Tame Impala. Jay Watson is a full member of both acts, while Pond band leader Nick Allbrook contributed to both bands from 2009 until 2013. Current Tame Impala members Kevin Parker, Cam Avery and Julien Barbagallo are all former members of Pond, with Parker continuing to work with the band as its record producer.

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Thy Art Is Murder - "New Gods" [Metal & X-Core]

New Gods

"New Gods" music video by Thy Art Is Murder
Added: 29-07-2019
Genre : Metal & X-Core

Australia’s premiere incendiary musical export THY ART IS MURDER release the brand new single "New Gods" off the fifth studio album, Human Target, out worldwide via Nuclear Blast (Rest of World) and Human Warfare (Australia + New Zealand).

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Guitarist Andy Marsh comments, "New Gods is interwoven in theme with the song Chemical Christ, discussing the idea of mental health and modern inventions' intervention with a natural state of consciousness. The idea that social media is one of the major driving forces of increasing levels of depression in the western world was fascinating to us, and we thought what better way to use the platform ironically to discuss these ideas than by using an aspect ratio designed specifically for it. We hope you watch the clip and then put your phone down, life is better through the eye of the beholder than the lens of an algorithm."

Music Video Credits:
Directed by: Elder
Produced by: HAUS PARTY / Elder & Todd Farley
Cinematographer: Ed Reiss
Production Designer: Nikki Barba
Editor: Ryan Sauer
Costume Designer: Katie Walton
Make-Up: Kate Ryan


Thy Art Is Murder is an Australian deathcore band from Sydney that formed in 2006. The band consists of vocalist Chris "CJ" McMahon, guitarists Sean Delander and Andy Marsh, drummer Jesse Beahler and bassist Kevin Butler. Thy Art Is Murder has released five studio albums since formation.

Their 2008 EP Infinite Death, reached position no. 10 on the AIR Charts upon release, and their second full-length album Hate debuted at no. 35 on the ARIA Charts, making them the first extreme metal band to ever reach the Top 40 of this chart. The album also reached no. 1 on AIR and both no. 2 and no. 4 respectively on the USA and Canadian iTunes metal charts on its week of release.

The band's following albums charted on US Billboard 200: Holy War released in June 2015, Dear Desolation in August 2017 and Human Target in July 2019.

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Northlane - "Eclipse" [Metal & X-Core]


"Eclipse" music video by Northlane
Added: 29-07-2019
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : Northlane - Eclipse [Official Music Video]

Taken from Northlane's new album Alien, out August 2:

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Director, Editor & VFX - Jason Eshraghian
Producers - Elder & Todd Farley
Cinematographer - Ross Metcalf
1st AC - Steven Abdilla
2nd ACs - Rory Dempster, Harry Byrne, Alex Zemstov
Drone - Josh Labita
Gaffer - Phillip Ratuschny
Best Boy - Joe Ritson
MUA & Art Department - Kate Ryan
Wardrobe - Katie Walton
Location Manager - Lachlan Monty & Ben Maida

Cast: Izaak Love, Jake Sparano, Maddison Telford and Hayley Sandstrom

Written and produced by Northlane
Instrumental Engineering by Chris Blancato
Vocal Engineering by Dave Petrovic
Mixed by Adam “Nolly” Getgood
Mastered by Ermin Hamidovic


Northlane is an Australian metalcore band from Sydney, formed in 2009. The band comprises guitarists Jon Deiley and Josh Smith, drummer Nic Pettersen, bassist Brendon Padjasek and vocalist Marcus Bridge. Northlane have released four studio albums: Discoveries (11 November 2011); Singularity (22 March 2013), which reached No. 3 on the ARIA Albums Chart; Node (24 July 2015), a number one album and Mesmer (24 March 2017). At the ARIA Music Awards of 2015 the group won the Best Hard Rock or Heavy Metal Album category for their album Node. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2017, the band won again with Mesmer.

Their upcoming fifth album titled Alien is set for release on 2 August 2019. A few days later, the band released another leak, suggesting that they are planning to release three more singles: "Bloodline" on 30 April, "Talking Heads" on 13 June and "Eclipse" on 25 July.

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Jacob Collier - "Live @ NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert" [Pop, Live In Concert]

Live @ NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

"Live @ NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert" music video by Jacob Collier
Added: 29-07-2019
Genre : Pop, Live In Concert
Description : Jacob Collier: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

July 22, 2019 | Collin Marshall -- As the the NPR staff gathered to watch his performance, Jacob Collier sprinted full bore down the hallway. It seems the North London 24-year-old can hardly contain his creative energy. It comes out in his wardrobe and most definitely in his music, but it's not misdirected or out of control. These are intricate and precise compositions, like a ship in a bottle made of thousands of planks of wood, yet light enough to sail in a breeze. It's on a scale you wouldn't imagine. Here's an example: This year he covered Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer's "Moon River" by recording himself 5,000 times and working in 144 other vocal submissions, and then he printed and sold signed copies of his Logic Pro audio session for fans while on tour. Though this is is a regular day for Jacob, his output continues to astonish everyone around him, both in its quality and sheer quantity. This year alone, he's putting out a project called Djesse with four distinct and complete volumes. Many of the songs are being written along the way, including one crafted specifically for the Tiny Desk called "It Don't Matter."

The whole Tiny Desk Concert has a lot to unpack. Check my math, but by my count Jacob plays seven instruments, if you include his singing. And you should — Jacob's stamp has always been to use voice in his compositions like a Swiss army knife, and virtually every combination of band members harmonizes at some point in the show. It's reflective of his philosophy on music as a connecting tool, to use the instrument we all possess, which drew me to his art in the first place. And as if to make good on those beliefs and bring all of us into one moment, he invited the crowd to sing the final lyrics of the concert together. It was the end of the show, but not even close to the limit of Jacob's imaginative bounds. He obsessed over leaving us a gift: a fake ID fashioned out of a passport photo and an Oyster Card — London's public transit fare card — which now sits on the hallowed shelves of the Tiny Desk. Extra credit if you can spot it in future episodes.

"Make Me Cry"
"It Don't Matter"

Jacob Collier: vocals, piano, guitar, bass, melodica, cymbal; Becca Stevens: vocals, acoustic guitar, charango; Christian Euman: vocals, drums, percussion; MARO: vocals, acoustic guitar, keys; Robin Mullarkey: vocals, bass, percussion

Producers: Colin Marshall, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Kara Frame, Beck Harlan; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Production Assistant: Paul Georgoulis; Photo: Claire Harbage/NPR


Jacob Collier is an English singer, arranger, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist based in London, England. In 2012, his homemade split-screen video covers of popular songs, such as Stevie Wonder's "Don't You Worry 'bout a Thing", began to go viral on YouTube.

On January 1 2018, Collier began working on Djesse, an ambitious four-volume, 40-song album. It's been described as a "journey through every musical genre under the sun", featuring more than two dozen artists and ensembles. The first quartile, Djesse Vol. 1, was released in December of 2018; and the second, Djesse Vol. 2, was released on July 19th, 2019.

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Armin Van Buuren - "Live @ Tomorrowland 2019 (15 Years Tribute)" [Dance]

Live @ Tomorrowland 2019 (15 Years Tribute)

"Live @ Tomorrowland 2019 (15 Years Tribute)" music video by Armin Van Buuren
Added: 29-07-2019
Genre : Dance
Description : Armin van Buuren live at Tomorrowland 2019 (15 Years Tribute)

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Bill Ryder-jones - "Mither" [Rock & Alternative]


"Mither" music video by Bill Ryder-jones
Added: 29-07-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Bill Ryder-Jones - Mither (Yawny Yawn) (Official Video)

Bill Ryder-Jones - "Mither" from 'Yawny Yawn', out now on Domino Record Co.

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William Edward Ryder-Jones (born 10 August 1983) is an English singer-songwriter, musician, producer and composer from West Kirby, Merseyside. He co-founded the band The Coral, together with James Skelly, Lee Southall, Paul Duffy, and Ian Skelly, playing as their lead guitarist from 1996 until 2008. He has since pursued a solo career, writing both his own albums and film scores, as well as producing records for other artists and appearing as a session musician.

Ryder-Jones' debut album, If..., an instrumental concept album featuring the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, serving as an imaginary film score for the Italo Calvino novel, If on a Winter's Night a Traveller..., was released in 2011 to critical acclaim. His second album, A Bad Wind Blows in My Heart was released in 2013, again to positive reviews. His third, West Kirby County Primary, was released in November 2015. Both are departures from the orchestral nature of If..., the former featuring a more traditional collection of minimal folk songs, and the latter being a heavier, more alternative folk rock album.

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