For the latest single off of Mumford & Sons‘ Babel, another quartet found themselves some instruments and made a music video for the song “Hopeless Wanderer.” Who? None other than Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman, Ed Helms, and Will Forte.
When Jay-Z says he’s interested in making a performance art film, you make one. And that’s exactly what director Mark Romanek did.
It’s been 10 months since the first episode of Skullcandy‘s “Take A Supermodel To Work” web series launched, but Kate Upton has been a busy girl.
Before October’s release of The Haunted Man, it had been three years since the last Bat for Lashes album. But that doesn’t mean Natasha Khan has been resting on her laurels. After first capturing hearts back in 2006, Khan came back stronger than ever this year, delivering her best work to date.
While I’m no DJ, I definitely have a nice record collection of my own back in Vermont. And if that collection is ever going to make the journey down to the city, I’d need something exactly like this at my disposal.
People always think I’m crazy when I tell them that I still buy CDs. They just don’t understand. Other than supporting the artist and the music industry as a whole (which I realize you can also do through iTunes), there’s something special about holding a compact disc in your hands.
With the release of their debut album, The Heist, less than a week away, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis just kicked it up a notch.
After MTV stopped playing music videos years ago, it could have become a lost art. Thankfully, the Internet came around and YouTube saved the day. As usual, Seattle-based duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis keep setting the bar with each new video they create.