Morrissey: First Of The Gang To Die
It’s no exaggeration to call Morrissey one of the most influential figures in modern rock. Here is the video for the anthemic “The First Of The Gang To Die”.
Album: You Are The Quarry
Label: Attack / Sanctuary
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Connan Mockasin: Faking Jazz Together
Trippy music video for “Faking Jazz Together” from New Zealand psychedelic pop artist Connan Mockasin .
Ex Hex: Hot and Cold
Music video for “Hot and Cold” from the album ‘RIps from Mary Timony of Helium & Wild Flag’s new project Ex Hex. Debut album out now of Merge Records. Named Best New Music by Pitchfork.
Foxygen: Coulda Been My Love
Music video for “Coulda Been My Love” from psychedelic indie rock band Foxygen’s new album ‘…And Star Power’ out now on Jagjaguwar.
The Wytches: Burn Out The Bruise
Dealing in a dark, grimy variation on psychedelia the Wytches are a U.K. three-piece whose buzzy, doomstruck rock has made them the talk of the British rock cognoscenti.
Oingo Boingo: Little Girls
Although Oingo Boingo never quite achieved mainstream success, the band did manage to obtain a devoted fan base with their affinity for quirky new wave stage acts. Here’s their music video for “Little Girls”.
New Order: True Faith
Rising from the ashes of the legendary Joy Division, New Order triumphed over tragedy to emerge as one of the most influential bands of the 1980s. Here’s their music video for “True Faith”.
Morrissey: Everyday Is Like Sunday
It’s no exaggeration to call Morrissey one of the most influential figures in modern rock. Here is the video for “Everyday Is Like Sunday”.
Julian Casablancas + the Voidz: Where No Eagles Fly
Music video for “Where No Eagles Fly” from Julian Casablancas + The Voidz new album ‘Tyranny’ out now!
Paul Simon: You Can Call Me Al
Paul Simon is one of the most successful and respected songwriters of the second half of the 20th century. Here’s his music video for “You Can Call Me Al”.