This is the most provocative music video I've seen for years. Directed by Romain Gavras, who you may remember as the man behind the music video Stress by Justice. The video contains graphic material. M.I.A, Born Free from ROMAIN-GAVRAS on Vimeo.
This is Machine Gun from Noisia's album Split the Atom. I wish I'd had this when we threw the final party at Motion. It would have destroyed the place.
I was stunned today to find out that my favourite band, Pop Will Eat Itself, are back. Songwriter Graham Crabb sent out a press release yesterday announcing a new direction for the band, which split in 1996. It's unclear who, if anyone, will be present from the original lineup, but this is still exciting news. […]
If there's one thing Indonesia certainly does have, it's a thriving music scene, even more so than Thailand from what I can see. I listen to as much Indonesian music as I can, especially when the music videos are played on television because they usually put the lyrics up karaoke style. It's like the law […]
This afternoon has been entirely stressful. This song, on the other hand, is entirely calm.