Dear Professor somehow became one of The Dean's List's biggest songs. Here is the much anticipated video which they decided to drop out of nowhere. The 3 kids running around wrecking havoc everywhere represent the 3 dudes from The Dean's List. Get it?
This weekend is going to be really busy with my family being over so I'm not going to be able to post as much. Karim you better pick up the slack.
A relaxing new track from none other than Theo Martins. It's been a while!
Inspired by the Still Sound of Toro Y Moi Mario Kart is just that good ol summer time jam. Vancouver’s own Super Fraiche provides the soundtrack for BBQ’s, pool parties and the joy of shoving your well dressed friends into the pool. Fun stuff like that.
So dusk off the ol’ N64 (second greatest game console after SNES), blow into that cartridge, plug in those colorful controllers and prepare to kick back and relax and jam.
Rockie Fresh teams up with The Cartoonz (production) for semi grungy but easy riding track. He has a mixtape slated for release on July 27 titled The Otherside Redux. This release is supposedly not on the mixtape. If you haven't, check out my older features of Rockie. He's been on my watch list for a while now. This track is just another reason why.
Lots of liquor in the new visuals for Drake's Marvin's Room. It features a clipped and slightly chopped version of the original song. I was a little disappointed after seeing the video, I didn't think it did the song justice. They did do a good job of depicting that sense of unrest that the song plays so heavy on though.
This song has been getting a lot of remixes. Chris Brown released a remix this morning. Even JoJo did one a couple weeks ago. Yes JoJo... It's cool how they both did the song from different perspectives. Check them out below. I think I'll stick to the original though.
I remember what it was like when I was 21. Waking up 20 minutes before class, stumbling out of bed, casually walking in to lecture half an hour late as the professor stares me down. Avicii, currently 21, makes my 21 year-old-self look like a paper thin bar of soap that's gone but not quite yet. Every time you use it you wish you hadn't but you can't just throw away good soap. Eventually, after a couple of days spent cursing it under your breath, when no one is looking, you "accidentally" let it slip out of your hands and watch it fall down the drain. You start to feel a sense of rejoice creep up but then you realize you don't have a back up soap bar to replace it. Now you're late to lecture again.
I heard this track back in May but forgot to post it. It's been a while since I posted any electronic stuff, this is house to be more specific. The drop comes in around the 1:00 mark. I really dig this one:
I've always been a huge Coldplay fan. I think they perfected their sound in Viva La Vida. They recently released an EP while gearing for the release of their fifth album. The lead single is Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall which has slowly (very slowly) grown on me. I did like the other two tracks on the EP though, especially Major Minus. It makes sense since that track has a sound that reminisces Viva La Vida. I've sort of taken a couple steps back from their older music over the years.
It's hard to tell what the album is going to sound like right now. You can purchase the EP via iTunes.
Women are monsters. This video does a good job of depicting that. Here's the video for a new song by The Five One. Unfortunately, they didn't release the audio. I feel guilty leaving you with just that so to make up for it I'm providing you a means through which you can stalk one of the models from the video.
Did you really just click on that? Wow, creep much?
Here's the video premiere for one of the hottest singles of the year. Shout out to Birdman for his camera shots of him holding a stack of money and doing that thing where he rubs his hands. #nevergetsold
Finally free from the evil grasp of a major-ish record label (Nonesuch Records), Wilco have chosen the path that has become increasingly popular among bands in the current social media Internet age, which is to start their own record label. Wilco's self-owned record label is called dPbm Records and the single I Might is their first release under said label.From the first listen to I Might, I really liked it. The fuzzed out bass at the beginning of the song is a nice touch. This song has a nice edge to it while maintaining that distinctive Wilco sound I always enjoy. Hopefully Wilco keeps this vibe going into their next album. Check out the song below: