Synth-pop band Magic Man premiered the official music video for new single “Paris.” The video, directed by Mimi Cave, goes heavy on surrealism with a blend of fantasy and reality. “Paris” appears on Magic Man’s EP, You Are Here, out now. Click “continue reading” to watch the video for “Paris” by Magic Man.
Singer-songwriter Julian Bell just released the official music video for lead single, “Who I Am” from his debut EP Where Do I Begin. Bell is currently writing a song as part of Coca Cola’s “52 Songs of Happiness” campaign. Click “continue reading” to learn more about Julian Bell and to watch the video for “Who I Am.”
Melanie Martinez, the 18-year-old singer-songwriter and NBC The Voice alum, has released the official music video for debut single “Dollhouse.” The single, co-written by Kinetics and One Love, tells the tale of a family in turmoil. Click “continue reading” to watch Melanie Martinez’s “Dollhouse” now.
Iconic songstress Nina Persson has premiered the new lyric video for current single, “Food For The Beast.” The track appears on Perrson’s upcoming debut solo album, Animal Heart available February 11th. Persson also announced a album release show at Mercury Lounge on Feb 19th in New York City. Click “continue reading” to watch the lyric video and get ticket information for the album party.
Singer-songwriter Graham Colton has just announced a 15-show tour, which starts February 13th in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The tour is in support of his new album, Lonely Ones, out now. Colton has also released a performance of “Mixed Up” from Lonely Ones, recorded live at Blackwatch Studios. Click “continue reading” to find out full list of show dates and watch “Mixed Up” video now.
Lauryn Hill concluded a week of all-star tributes to The Beatles with her performance of “Something” live on The Late Show with David Letterman Friday. The week-long celebration marked the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ arrival in America and also included performances by Sting, Broken Bells with Ringo Starr, Lenny Kravitz, and The Flaming Lips. Watch Lauryn Hill sing “Something” now.
On Saturday, February 8th, watch Austin City Limits Season 39 come to a close with a special hour of country music, Texas style featuring Kacey Musgraves and Dale Watson. Get an advance look of the full setlist for Musgraves and Watson and teaser videos. Check your local listings for air times on PBS.
Foster The People portray the challenges and loneliness that comes with growing up in the official music video for “Coming Of Age.” Shot in a distinctly eighties vibe, the video includes typical high school experiences interspersed with the band performing. Click “continue reading” to watch the video for “Coming of Age” by Foster The People.
Taking Back Sunday has released the official music video for new single single, “Flicker, Fade” from upcoming new album Happiness Is. The music video features Lazzara and the boys rocking out on location. Click “continue reading” to watch the video for “Flicker, Fade” now. New album Happiness Is due out March 18th.
Get Up Kids frontman Matt Pryor teams up with 2013 Air Guitar World Champion Eric “Mean Melin” Melin for “Kinda Go to Pieces” music video. The video features Mean Melin following Matt through daily life — encouraging him to embrace his rock-Godness. “Kinda Go to Pieces” appears on Pryor’s recent album Wrist Slitter, out now. Click “continue reading” to see the official music video for Matt Pryor’s “Kinda Go to Pieces.”