Return to the playground as elementary kids flirt and woo each other and eventually fight it out while their parents watch in this hilarious video for “Tighten Up” by The Black Keys.
Let’s go a little old-school for this eleven-track set of classic bubblegum pop from the 60s and 70s. Expand your mind over the weekend!
Watch “Luv Deluxe” by the Cinnamon Chasers, the clip that won Best Music Video at SXSW 2010. Keep going ’til the end, it’s worth it.
Heavy hitting business today, as Kanye West just dropped an epic mix of unreleased tracks from all over his discography.
Dig this awesomely animated music video for the track “Not Going Home” from UK electronica act Faithless. It’s pretty sweet.
Monterey-based Mexican band Kinky are making inroads in America with their eclectic, catchy tunes. Dig the video for “El Tiempo.”
Cameron Rafati is making a huge name for himself as a singer-songwriter, and “1 In 10″ kind of makes us think of a male Amy Winehouse without the substance abuse issues. Peep the video.
Dig the new video for “911 Emergency” off of Gucci Mane’s new mixtape, The Burrprint 2 HD. Some fly sunglasses there, Gucci.
Take a good long look at “Dreaming Of Another World,” the latest video from English five-piece the Mystery Jets, from their album Serotonin.
Candian rapper Drake’s new album Thank Me Later has leaked two weeks before it was supposed to hit the street. Read his reaction and peep the full tracklist.
Peep the new video for “Hood Girl” from Chicago rapper Moonie, featuring a guest spot from Ray J.
Today’s awesome free mix was compiled by Maga Bo of DJ collective Dutty Artz, and it focuses on his native South America. Download Pitch Perfect #1 and get moving.
Check this awesome “unofficial official” video for Take This Pill, a track off Nikki Lynette’s new mixtape Roses & Guns. Yes, that is “Welcome To The Jungle”. Yes, she is rapping over it. About being in a psych ward. Totally.
With a song title like “New York Moves To The Sound Of LA,” you’d expect alternative rock four-piece Funeral Party to hail from the City of Angels, and you’d be right. Check out the sweet video.
The Rolling Stones have just released a remastered version of their classic album Exile On Main Street. Check out “Following The River,” the lost track from the album.