Check the new single from the band Bastille, Pompeii. The music is definitively a earworm worth to play over and over. And the video is rather curious.
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Before releasing Bloom, Beach House gifted us with ‘Forever Still’, a video with four songs performed from set to dawn.
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Zoybar is an open R&D Lab for academic, hobbyist, and commercial developers to easily create music instruments and applications.
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Sometimes the degree of user convenience is determined by the level of simplicity in a design. Well, this is aptly proven by the Blooming Sound amplifier for smartphones. Touted as a low electric consuming contraption, this amplifier also doubles up as a charger for your mobile devices, thus completing the full docking system. On top of that this interesting conception comes with a cheap price tag of $25.
Endless Origami presents The Coachella Hipster Cred Calculator. Select the bands you like and then add them up to determine your hipster cred score.
The Brooklyn’s band, Grizzly Bear, released another astonishing video, this time for the sing Gun-shy.
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Bonobo released a new single, ‘Cirrus’, which video displays a surreal world of repeating moments made by re-edited vintage 8mm footage. Something trippy to not miss. See the video and listen the single on ‘After the Circle‘.
NWA: The World’s Most Dangerous Group tells the story of a group of childhood friends from Compton who channeled the rage of the streets through the prism of rap music and pop culture. Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, Ice-Cube, MC Ren and DJ Yella gave a powerful voice to the late-80′s Compton ghetto that was on the verge of exploding, and in the process scared the hell out of White America. We also show you new interviews with Ice Cube, DJ Yella, Eazy-E’s widow Tamika Wright, former manager Jerry Heller, Ice-T, and director John Singleton. Supplemented by rarely-seen footage and interviews of the group’s early days, photos, and music, the documentary will show how gangsta rap was born in late 80s Los Angeles, a city torn by drugs and violence…and how a nation grew to fear the music that emerged.