Sufjan Stevens Is “Too Much”

Video: Sufjan Stevens: "Too Much"


Fresh off of his newest album Age Of Adz, Sufjan Stevens has just released his the first music video.

Featuring the song “Too Much” the video features some out-of-this-world dancing mixed with extremely trippy effects throughout. There’s not a lot to ponder here, just a lot of dance moves and crazy video tricks. And isn’t that what we all really want anyways? Enjoy!

Catch it right here.

The Wombats Release New Single

UK’s favorite rockers, The Wombats have been diligently hammering out their sophomore full-length under the tutelage of famed producer Eric Valentine (Queens of the Stone Age, All-American Rejects) for a couple years now.

Now the first single, “TOKYO (Vampires & Wolves)” is ready to be heard. Featuring an intensely dance-centric beat and flavorful synths, the song showcases the Wombats’ evolution musically. Check  out the music video below, in which the band engages in gruesome rock-star behavior, sugarcoated with drugs and booze.

Look for the Wombats’ new album early in 2011, with a tour announcement sure to follow.

Rival Schools Release New Video

Rival Schools have been hard at work on a shiny new album, which they are calling Pedals. The group took a break from touring with Gaslight Anthem to record a music video off of Pedals for your viewing pleasure.

Although it’s been almost a decade since Rival Schools released their influential debut United By Fate the music video shows that the band as been focused on tightening their sound and improving.

You can find Pedalsfor sale this March (the 8th, actually) on Photo Finish/Atlantic Records.

Catch the first video for the song “Shot After Shot” right here.

Forest City Lovers Announce New North American Tour

Building off the release of one of their most critically acclaimed albums yet (Carriage), Forest City Lovers have announced new North American tour dates and shot a new music video.

The group will be making stops in their hometown of Toronto and the Big Apple later this month.

You can check out their new video for the song “Tell Me, Cancer” right here. You can find Carriage pretty much anywhere CDs (and records) are sold. Catch Forest City Lovers’ full fall tour schedule after the video.

Can’t get enough? See them…

10/21/10 – Halifax, NS @ Halifax Pop Explosion
10/24/10 – Charlottetown, PEI @ Baba’s Lounge
10/25/10 – Portland, ME @ Apohadian Theater
10/26/10 – Boston, MA @ Temple Sound & Stage
10/28/10 – Baltimore, MD @ Annex Theater
11/5/10 – Toronto, ON @ Horseshoe
11/10/10 – Rochester, NY @ The Bug Jar
11/11/10 – New York, NY @ Living Room
11/12/10 – Brooklyn, NY @ Union Hall
11/13/10 – Binghamton, NY @ Undergrounds (SUNY-Binghamton)

Major Lazer’s New Video Is Amazing


Major Lazer is kind of different. Maybe the second or third most popular cartoon musician on the planet (Gorrilaz and Dethklok being the other two), he makes even other cartoon seem normal by comparison.

According to Mad Decent, Lazer’s record label, Lazer is a Jamaican commando who fought in the “secret Zombie War of 1984” and lost both arms in combat.

His newest video only gets cooler and way weirder. Born from the song “Perculator” by the artist Cajmere, the remixed version is called “Percumajor.”

Along with a thumping beat and awesome effects, the video shows you all sorts of awesome stuff animated in a very distinct way.

The video has…(in no particular order) dinosaurs getting shot with lasers, a dog in a suit, one of those furry things from Gremlins (and an actual Gremlin). If any (or all…probably all) of those things sound awesome, you can watch the video right here!

Dr. Dog Skate For New Video And Hit The Road For The Fall

Dr. Dog have had a record year. They released a new album, they’ve had two successful headlining tours and now they have a new video and another headlining tour to boot.

The indie rockers from Philly have released the video for their track “Shadow People” off the album Shame, Shame. The basic setting of the video: the laid-back track is set in a roller rink. Check it out below.

The band will also be hitting the road with the likes of Good Old War, and Here We Go Magic. Be sure to catch them as they run through your town. And for all those San Francisco fans, go here for a special two-day pass for their two-night stint at The Fillmore.

Tour Dates:
Sat October 16, 2010 Toronto, ON, Phoenix Concert Theatre
Mon October 18, 2010, Buffalo, New York, The Town Ballroom
Tue October 19, 2010, Cleveland, Ohio, Beachland Ballroom & Tavern
Wed October 20, 2010, Pontiac, Michigan, Crofoot Ballroom
Thu October 21, 2010, Chicago, IL, The Vic Theatre
Fri October 22, 2010, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Turner Hall
Sat October 23, 2010, Minneapolis, Minnesota, First Avenue Main Room
Mon October 25, 2010, Omaha, Nebraska, The Waiting Room
Tue October 26, 2010, Boulder, CO, Boulder Theater
Wed October 27, 2010, Salt Lake City, Utah, Urban Lounge
Fri October 29, 2010, Seattle, WA, Showbox SoDo
Sat October 30, 2010, Vancouver, BC, Vogue Theater
Sun October 31, 2010, Eugene, Oregon, W.O.W. Hall
Tue November 2, 2010, Crystal Bay, Nevada, Crystal Bay Club Crown Room
Wed November 3, 2010, San Francisco, CA, Fillmore
Thu November 4, 2010, San Francisco, CA, Fillmore
Fri November 5, 2010, Los Angeles, CA, Wiltern Theatre
Sat November 6, 2010, Solana Beach, CA, Belly Up Tavern
Mon November 8, 2010, Flagstaff, AZ, Orpheum Theatre
Tue November 9, 2010, Alburquerque, New Mexico, Sunshine Theatre
Wed November 10, 2010, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Academy of Contemporary Music
Thu November 11, 2010, Dallas, TX, Palladium Showroom
Fri November 12, 2010, Austin, TX, Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
Sat November 13, 2010, Houston, TX, Warehouse Live