Take a few minutes our of your busy day, and watch the documentary on the making of the Watch The Throne album. Watch how Jay and Yeezy come up with ideas for beats/lyrics, and experience the excitement the two super-stars show. The shots and footage can’t be seen anywhere else and director Robert Lopuski is incredible at what he does here.
Enjoy! Felix the Hat, Live Music City, high hopes!
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!
Well friends, it’s time again for the song, and this time video of the day. “I see a Darkness” has been released by Bonnie “Prince” Billy, and it will catch and pull you in like a used car salesman, but in the best way possible. From the start to the finish, such a good one that I happened to catch today, and you can’t help but imagine that this would be great live, and seems like a lead-off album starter. The video is so crisp and refreshing, the amazingness of black & white film exposure may seem overdone, but here, just adds to the warmth of the song. I will definitely be getting the album, Now Here’s My Plan, July 24. Watch “I See a Darkness” Here… Did you think this is “song of the day” worthy? Felix the Hat, Live Music City, high hopes!
Formed in 2007 from London, England, The Big Pink haven given us a fresh-cut single from the brand new LP 4AD. This new song has a great feel good sound to it and I guarantee it will be played across the world very soon.
ENJOY my friends!
“Give it Up”
4 years later, Muse decided to make public an astonishing video from 2008′s show in London, England, at the Royal Albert Hall. Whats astonishing is that lead singer, Matthew Bellamy rips on the pipe organ! Combined that with his ridiculous vocal range, in a hall with overwhelming acoustics… well, you will have to just listen for yourself…