SK4MC has such a unique and dope sound in his new song/video for “Poof Be Gone”. While a flute keeps the beat to this song, we see the Las Vegas surroundings through out this video. It makes me want to pack a bag and head out to Sin City.
Yes, you read it correctly, there will in fact be a Coachella at Sea. Two cruises are scheduled to sail across the ocean with a lineup of bands/DJs to accompany this voyage, one to The Bahamas (3 days), and the other to Jamaica (4 days). With an eclectic lineup that all will enjoy, this is due to be one of the most epic concerts known to man. Some people say “cruises aren’t for them”, or “cruises are so boring”, well if you can afford this party of all parties, I would reconsider these assumptions, because this could and may be a once in a lifetime opportunity. Yes, I believe (unless this becomes an annual event), that seeing such an amazing concert out on the open ocean would be a once in a lifetime experience. They’ve got Girl Talk, Sleigh Bells, Hot Chip, and James Murphy, as well as El-P and Killer Mike, who just released R.A.P. Music (Killer Mike‘s new album, produced by El-P), one of the best albums this year… so you know you’re in for a treat once the S.S. Coachella sets sail… and my guess, but since you will be on a boat, you’re bound to see some of the artists in person, because they don’t have anywhere else to go before and after they play their set… just sayin’. See above poster for more artists that will be on the ship, and keep an eye out for more surprises to be added to the lineup in the near future.
S.S. Coachella Dates:
She’s back at it, and is as sexy as ever. Madonna rides around in the back of a convertible, picking up friendly fans who can dance, making their way through town showing off… well just showing off. The song “Turn Up The Radio”, comes from her recently released, new album MDNA, which set a new record in the UK for the most number one albums by a solo singer. Watch the new video below… enjoy!
Felix the Hat,
Live Music City, high hopes!
Hot Chip doesn’t know the meaning of a dull video, they’re always going above and beyond when it come to the production of their music videos. “Look At Where We Are”, directed by Danny Perez, tells the story about a man and his model robot creation. Watch the new video from their latest album In Our Heads, which is out now.
photo courtesy of mxdwn
As we recently mentioned to expect a new album from No Doubt, here is the first music video for that new album, Push & Shove. It’s great to see them all back together, having this much fun. What I love about this video is that it seems as the director had the band members pull in 4 trucks, placed some great dancers in with spectacular lighting, and said “just go have fun”, which is what they are doing. So catch up with that office gossip already and watch No Doubt‘s “Settle Down”