We love this song off young soul singer Allen Stone’s latest release and we’re not the only ones: Stone’s self-titled record is already number 4 on the iTunes R&B charts this week!
Check out the song “Changing” from The Airborne Toxic Event. I heard this song the other day and really liked it! It has a sweet almost vintage sound. The music video feels like a old timey beer commercial.
The movie Drive was great. These song are awesome! The movie focuses on a stoic stunt driver/mechanic/getaway driver (Ryan Gosling) who gets in trouble with a group of violent criminals when he tries to protect his neighbor after a heist gone wrong. Albert Brooks delivers an incredible performance.
A fun video for a great pop song from the extremely lovable judge on NBC’s The Sing Off, Sara Bareilles.
It seems young Texan songwriter-songwriter Sarah Jaffe has finally been getting the attention she deserves over the last year. Her haunting 2008 release, Even Born Again was one of my favorites that year, and was re-released by her label, Kirland Records a few months ago. Tomorrow, Sarah’s newest record “The Way Sound Leaves a Room” comes out.
High 5 Collective recently added to the mystery of the Frank Ocean track “Thinking About You” by releasing a mystical video for the melancholic track. The mystery in question revolves around which artist this song belongs to. Originally leaked as a Frank Ocean demo, it later came to light that it was written for RocNation’s Bridget Kelly, who has given several interviews talking about working on the song with Ocean – which, for Kelly, is called “Thinking About Forever” – and just released a video of herself performing the song on YouTube a few weeks ago.
Ticketmaster’s new interactive seat maps combine two things that I absolutely love: social media and music. Now, as soon as you load a seat map on Tickmaster’s site, you see where everyone you know at the concert is sitting. The interactive maps pull data from ticket-buyers’ Facebook profiles.
A fun video to accompany the latest from British indie rock band The Kooks. Their third studio album, Junk of the Heart, is out tomorrow.
Every time we return to San Francisco, we fall in love with the city all over again. This cute video by Train is like a mini 4-minute romantic comedy and a love letter to one of the top cities in the country, all rolled into one.
Fun new track by Nathan Williams and Co. to score the MTV series “I Just Want My Pants Back.”