Posts Tagged ‘Video’

Lagwagon rounds out their set with their title track, “Lagwagon,” on 02/25/12 at the Oakland Metro Opera House in Oakland, CA. A good end to a great night with friends and family.

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Teenage Bottlerocket play their short song, “Bottlerocket” at Ace of Spades in Sacramento, CA on 12/10/12 while opening up for NOFX.

ATO Records is excited to announce that Primus is holding a video contest for “HOINFODAMAN” off their latest album Green Naugahyde. Fans can submit their entries to HOINFODAMAN@primusville.com. The band will choose their favorite three videos, and fans will select the winner from the final three. The winner will receive $5,000. Submissions are due on December 15. Video specifications are as follows:

Video:

  • Format: Apple ProRes 422 (HQ)
  • File Extension: .mov
  • Dimensions: 1920 x 1080
  • Frame Rate: 30 fps (NTSC)

Audio:

  • Output Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz
  • Channels: Stereo

If you are a Green Day fan then you probably heard about them taking the stage at New York City’s Irving Plaza to deliver a career spanning 40-song set last month. Well, now you can check out the last 20-odd minutes of the concert. The footage kicks off with Dookie‘s, “Burnout.” Then, the band cruised through other fan favorites like “Hitchin’ a Ride,” “Letterbomb,” “She,” and finally the awesome “American Idiot” as the closer. Enjoy!

Neil Young & Crazy Horse have released the 17-minute video for “Ramada Inn”, from their new album Psychedelic Pill out October 30 on CD and November 23 on triple vinyl. Watch the full clip below. As announced on JamBase, a full fidelity version of the album will be released on Blu-ray and will include all the videos.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse have released the video for “Walk Like A Giant”, the lead single from their forthcoming album, Psychedelic Pill, out October 30 via Reprise Records. While the track is over sixteen minutes on the record, it’s been trimmed to only four and a half minutes in the official clip. Check it out below:

Green Day has released the video for their The Clash inspired song “Kill The DJ,” which will be released on their upcoming album ¡Uno!. The video is pretty random as it finds the trio riding motorcycles through the desert and hanging out with some sweaty ravers. Then, things get kind of violent and finally everyone gets back to dancing. Enjoy!

Remember this video remix of Mr. Rogers, “Garden Of Your Mind?” Well, Symphony of Science‘s John Boswell is at it again for PBS Digital Studios. Check out his new remix of Bob Ross with “Happy Little Clouds.” Good stuff.

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I am sure that some of you have already seen this, but I have to post it because it is too awesome not to. A few months ago, Denis Borisovich put out a video of his cat dancing to Dubstep. Classic. If you love this video as much as I do, he has released other versions of it to check out, including the following one hour version:

Good stuff!!

Oh yeah…. Can’t believe I just came across this video right before bed. This is going to be stuck in my head tomorrow for sure. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Mister Rogers remixed by Symphony of Science‘s John Boswell for PBS Digital Studios.

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