Perhaps the most engagingly fun video for some time, Survival Code have weathered a raft of line-up changes to emerge as a dynamic duo (sans capes). With the melodies and power of Royal Blood and Foo Fighters combined, The Survival Code are set to be THE band of 2018 (in kitchens and beyond!)
It’s nearly 30 years (!) since the grunge movement exploded in Seattle, so it’s well overdue a comeback…if indeed it ever went away. Everyone from Linkin Park to Muse have been influenced by the sound and mayhem of the punk/rock/groove of the bands that emerged in the late 80s and early 90s, so you can expect Ikkarus, a band from Mexico City, to be part of a rock resurgence which pays tribute to losers everywhere!
Is there a point to making music videos any more? Here’s your answer – “yes”, any day of the week. Brilliantly executed, Cholesterol Jones’ video to his latest track, “Satan’s in Heaven”, sees him bearing his teeth and mauling Donald Trump, whilst still delivering a brilliant song and a video which drags you in from the very beginning. No-one is going to walk away from this one before it finishes, testament to Cholesterol’s indie-folk songwriting and his video-making skills. “Satan’s in Heaven” will be the lead track from the forthcoming EP of the same name. It has made us very happy.
Utterly intoxicating stuff from Ms Mohammed, the founder of Clit Rock and champion of human rights, has released the video to Alibi…just in time for Halloween.
In actual fact, despite looking like a video directed by the Ramsay Brothers, it’s a salient commentary challenging the labels given to minorities, with the aim, ultimately, being that we exist simply as people. Incredibly cinematic, we look forward to more vampish politics very soon.
Brought to you by Director James Green, Kid Kapichi’s music video for track ‘Waster‘ is an astonishing take on the Party culture possessed by the youth of today.
With a brilliant performance from lead ‘Waster’ , Sam Woodhams, and even the band themselves making an appearance, this is a video you need to see!
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Feline and Strange are currently midway through their headlining tour of the UK, leading a whole host of Steam Punk-influenced bands through everything from cabaret to rock to punk. Here’s a glimpse of the (Feline and) Strangeness you can expect:
The Lab, Northampton – 6th Oct
Musician, Leicester – 7th Oct
The George, Belper – 13th Oct
NEM, Heanor – 14th Oct
Wagon & Horses, Birmingham – 15th Oct
Museum of Water and Power, Brentford -20th Oct
The Albert, Brighton – 22nd Oct
Ever willing to challenge the norm, Johann Sebastian Punk, our favourite Italian pop star EVER, has released the first music video ever made which features phonetic subtitles. As ever, the fact no-one has ever called for this makes it all the more joyous and marvellous. Dig in!
Indie-rock power trio DEAD DAYS‘ knockout new video to “Fight”, from their forthcoming EP, Start Over Again.