Hello! It’s Friday, and what does this Friday need? A sick tune from 20-strong art-pop girl crew Gaggle and a video which features Bill Hicks, hula-hooping (cartoon) penises, and some real squirters. Yeah you read that right. The London-based...Show More Summary
Dilate never emerges with its own personality
Clipping – "Summertime" from Carlos Lopez Estrada on Vimeo. clipping. are back again with a new gem for the song “Summertime” and you know who else is back again? King Tee. Yes, the man who continues to be at his own risk so for all suckers who want to act all trifling and shit, this […]
Garden of Elks – SWAP from Song, by Toad on Vimeo. The Garden of Elks debut album A Distorted Sigh is coming out on Song, by Toad Records in April, and this is the first single. The video, like the song, cavorts joyously along for a couple of minutes and then packs it in – no […]
Itinerant, conman and genuine good bloke, Nathan Roche is one of the most prolific artists in the Australian underground right now – and he’s certainly the most flippant. He’s a self-published novelist, frontman of the... The post LISTEN: Nathan Roche – ‘In Dresden They’ve Been Dressing in Black Again’ appeared first on Who The Hell.
Razia Said of Madagascar has an albut that may be worthy of your time, titles Azore (Wake Up Music) so if you are a fan of world music or sounds that combine African roots with other influences, you will like this. Her songs are positive and at times touches on her love of the planet, […]
It’s common knowledge that literally everything looks significantly cooler in super slow-mo, from sick dunks... Read more »
Race Up Race Down from Dean Winkler on Vimeo. Low City are a New York duo who have released a new video directed by Dean Winkler. You may know Low City separately as music producer Abe Seiferth (Yeasayer, RAC) and composer/musician Jeremy Turner, but they’ve joined forces to create their own music, which you can […]
Editor's Note: Dan Caffrey stands proudly over a mountain of lies.
Olympia’s new track was inspired by photos of ‘red honey’ – the result of one Utah beekeeper’s idea to feed his bees cheap Candy Canes instead of planting some flora like any other sensible beekeeper... The post PREMIERE: Olympia – ‘Honey’ video appeared first on Who The Hell.
As if this year’s lineup wasn’t already stacked enough: Austin Psych Fest‘s LEVITATION 2015 just... Read more »
Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark feat. Diamond D. & K-Natural – KING (Official Music Video) from dreambear on Vimeo. The idea of putting these four together may not have come up over the years but now it’s here. You’ll know Slimkid3 (Slim Kid Tre) from his time with The Pharcyde and Nu-Mark from being one of […]
DRAKE ~ JUNGLE from OctobersVeryOwn on Vimeo.
The Books formed in 1999 and officially split up in 2012. Over the course of that 13-year span they released four incredible albums of delicate experimentation and sample manipulation. Playful, meditative, mournful, absurd, hilarious,...Show More Summary
Portland’s Erik Emanuelson has finally released his album under the name Grand Lake Islands, this one called Song From Far (Good Mountain). I’ve been teasing you about it for awhile and I hope the album has been pleasing you for awhile too. If it hasn’t, perhaps this video will help you out. It’s made for […]
Looptroop Rockers – Halos from Looptroop Rockers on Vimeo.
A brooding take on the stirring pop ballad.
The young London four-piece Evans The Death make a big, loud, feedbacky form of noise-pop that invites Sonic Youth or Jesus And Mary Chain comparisons. Their sophomore album Expect Delays is coming next month, and we premiered the early track “Don’t Laugh At My Angry Face.” Their new video for “Enabler” is a fast, cheap [...]
The live debuts of "Only One" and "FourFiveSeconds".
Sergei Polunin, "Take Me to Church" by Hozier, Directed by David LaChapelle from David LaChapelle Studio on Vimeo.It seems not so long since I went into a Royal Opera House interview room to meet a 21-year-old Russian soloist who'd been described to me, memorably, as a "sweet boy". Show More Summary