Pink Floyd – Money (Official Music Video)

 

 

Published on Jun 25, 2014

The official promo video for ‘Money’ by Pink Floyd, taken from the album ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon’

Originally released in 1973, ‘The Dark Side of The Moon’ became Pink Floyd’s first number 1 album in the US, remaining on the chart for 741 weeks between 1973 and 1988. One of the best-selling and most critically acclaimed albums of all time, The Dark Side of The Moon also introduced the iconic album cover artwork by Hipgnosis, after a request for a ‘simple and bold’ design.

The album was re-mastered in 2011 and Discovery (1CD), Experience (2CD), Immersion (6CD) and vinyl editions are currently available. Go to http://www.whypinkfloyd.com for more details.

Discovery edition CD: http://smarturl.it/dsotmdisc
Experience edition CD: http://smarturl.it/dsotmexp
Immersion edition : http://smarturl.it/dsotmimm
Vinyl edition: http://smarturl.it/dsotmvinyl

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alt-J – Hunger Of The Pine (Official Video)

 

 

A unique band with a sound that’s hard to pin down, alt-J makes music that’s electronic but somewhat folky; it’s got elements of dub but isn’t exactly danceable. At a time when it’s difficult for musicians to set themselves apart, alt-J has created a truly fresh, unpredictable sound.

An Awesome Wave, the band’s 2012 debut, won a well-deserved Mercury Prize and spawned appearances at Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Coachella and the Glastonbury Festival in 2013. So how does the British band face a potential sophomore slump? It’s simply gone and made another beautiful and strange record that sounds like alt-J and nobody else. Join NPR Music and WFUV for a Live First Listen to This Is All Yours on Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 9 p.m.

 

Hunger of the Pine

Directed by Nabil
Concept by Joe Newman

From the forthcoming album ‘This Is All Yours’
Available on iTunes here: http://smarturl.it/TIAYitunes
Available on CD / Double LP here: http://www.altjband.com/
Stream Hunger of The Pine here: http://smarturl.it/hungerstream
Forthcoming live dates: http://showsnear.by/alt-J

How to Dress Well – Face Again (Part 2 of 3 “What Is This Heart?” trilogy) (Official Video)

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How to Dress Well

“Face Again”

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Desperation’s always been at the heart of How to Dress Well’s music, but “Face Again”, the latest from HTDW’s forthcoming third LP, “What Is This Heart?”, quite literally sounds as if it’s gasping for air. After the beat clicks into place at the top of the track, the second sound you hear is a reedy, distortion-laden pulse, like the beep of a heart monitor or a high-in-the-chest wheeze of a machine-assisted breath. “Face Again,” with its talk of broken bones and bitten hands, finds a now-reeling Krell yearning for clarity. “I know I want an answer,” Krell confesses at one point, “but I forgot the question.”

The queasy, post-Yeezus lurch of “Face Again” perfectly mimics the encroaching dread and overwhelming anxieties Krell finds himself faced with. With writhing synths and 10,000 leagues of sub-bass behind him, Krell—his voice doubled, downshifted and faintly depraved-sounding—howls into the void: “Look me in the face again and tell me what I oughta be.” “Face Again” is a live-and-direct dispatch from the precise moment shock, stress and anguish make their way under the skin and lodge themselves in your chest.

St. Vincent – Marrow (Official Video)

 

 

 

Uploaded on Sep 21, 2009

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Check out this new St. Vincent video of “Marrow” off her latest album Actor. Actor is available to order here:

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Directed by Terri Timely

Watch Milosh – “Slow Down” (Dir. Milosh) – Official Video

The Weekend is here, and we leave you with this beautiful, simple and understated video by Michael Milosh, “Slow Down”. Milosh is the singer for Rhye, and he’s also got his own solo album coming out. The lady in the video is the actress Alexa Nikolas, his wife. The entire video is, more or less, a loving tribute to her face, and that’s just about the most romantic thing I’ve ever seen.
~ AA
 
 
Milosh, “Slow down” / Official Video directed by Milosh
 

 
 
About the artist:
Michael Milosh, known professionally as Milosh, is a Canadian electronic musician. As well as being an electronic musician, he is a classically trained cellist starting from age three, as well as a jazz aficionado. He describes himself as wanting to make music that moves its listeners, whether it be “good, bad or sad”. The Los Angeles-based record label Plug Research released two of Milosh’s albums including 2004’s You Make Me Feel and 2006’s Meme. He also contributed the track “Then it Happened” on the Ghostly International/Williams Street album Ghostly Swim, which was released as an MP3 download on April 22, 2008. He formed the band Rhye, with Robin Hannibal, and they released the debut album, Woman in March 2013.
 
To quote “Milosh”: I started playing cello at the age of three and looking back, with older eyes, I have to admit that I’ve always had an intense attraction to songs that are sad, soft and beautiful. I ended up studying music in University (drums and voice) and playing in many different kinds of bands from rock to jazz. Ultimately though, I’ve always wanted to create songs that in some way come from that same place in me that felt so much for the music that defined my childhood — beautiful music. I try to capture moments of my life in the songs that I create. I take things that, for whatever reason — be it good, bad or sad, have moved me in some way. I wrap them up in sounds that I think are cool and fit what I am trying to say. I try to ride that thin line of mixing technology with some heart and I try not to cloud the original intention of the song. Basically I like pretty things and in turn I am trying to make pretty things.

Milosh, who is from Toronto, Ontario, is currently based in Los Angeles U.S.A.