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MGMT’s video for Congratulations

This is the video for MGMT’s Congratulations.  From what I remember of the album, it was the only track I actually got into.   Really not sure what these guys are in to, but the video is very strange.  It’s very bizarre… what do you think?

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Check out the Video for The Thermals’ I Don’t Believe You

Having one of those mornings?  Check out the video for the Thermals’ I don’t believe you. The song comes from the upcoming album Personal Life which is due for release on Kill Rock Stars on September 7th. or just download / stream the song here… I Don’t Believe You


New Video: Of Montreal Coquet Coquette

Of Montreal’s new album, False Priest is quickly coming up.  Their new single, Coquet Coquette, is featured in the video above.  The video seems as though it would fit somewhere in the middle of 2001: A Space Odyssey.  It’s violent, cannibalistic and totally wild. Check out the video, and preorder False Priest here.

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DOM plays at Pitchfork Offices

Bochica Impetigo credits Worcester kids (from my hometown) DOM played a live session at Pitchforks Brooklyn Offices. Listen to more DOM on their myspace.

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Catch Ra Ra Riot’s video for ‘Boy’

MTV debuted Ra Ra Riot’s video for their newest song ‘Boy.’  Check the video, or just listen to Boy here.  Boy comes from Ra Ra Riot’s forthcoming album, The Orchard, which lands August 24th.

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Jose Gonzalez sings Far Away, on a rooftop.

Coming from Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption soundtrack, Jose Gonzalez really pumps up the gloom and doom on his song Far Away.  As usual, it’s a beautiful song, and his voice lends itself perfectly to the lonely emotion the game promotes. Gonzalez will be here in Boston with his band Junip, November 2nd at the Royale Nightclub, Boston, MA

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Tired Pony video, Dead American Writers

Tired Pony, if you haven’t heard of it, is a side project from Peter Buck from REM, Richard Colburn from Belle & Sebastian, Gary Lightbody and Iain Archer from Snow Patrol, Garret Lee, Scott McCaughey and Troy Stewart.  The band also features some back up from M. Ward, Tom Smith, and Zooey Deschanel.  So immediately, this is some kind of superband. Their forthcoming album, The Place We Ran From, has been released in the UK, and releases to the US on September 28th. You can pre order The Place We Ran From from Amazon now.  Look for a US tour…

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