Alex and Sam from Boston-based, indie popsters Magic Man take you behind the curtain in this extended interview companion to their recent session with us.
Earlier this week we took you down in front for a dose of feel-good, indie-pop elegance from our Communion-endorsed pals, Tennis. Before taking the stage at Webster Hall, Aimee Curran spent some time catching up with Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley
In addition to spinning through a few acoustic renditions of songs from their new album, Rituals, Ben and Daniel from Fenech-Soler also took the time to tell us about the release of their new album the thrill of touring America.
Baeblemusic's Managing Editor Aimee Curran slugs a couple pints down the pub with a pair of bonafide, British rockstars. In our newest edition of #hangsesh, Serg and Tom from Kasabrian dish on stage style, strange twitter happenings, and of course,
Back in May we got the chance to line up some of our favorite bands for the 2014 BK Half Marathon Pre Party, sponsored by New Balance , including Brooklyns own Oberhofer. Oberhofer is the noise pop project of Brad Oberhofer, who we held hostage for
It's that spooky time of year, so in an effort to thoroughly freak out Marlana and Graham from Milo Greene, we decided to plop down in Central Park, dish on the bands new album Control, and then not-so-subtly hint at the fact that they may not be in
In addition to the 3 soul-stirring acoustic cuts Delta Spirit transfixed our cameras with, we also had the chance to chat with singer-songwriter Matt Vasquez about the inspirations that propelled the creatives behind their new album, Into the Wide.
In addition to capturing an alluring performance during their soundcheck at The Music Hall of Williamsburg, we also caught up with Channy and Chris from Polica to discuss the band's conception, sound, and new album, Shalamith.
If you enjoyed cracking open our latest session with the once Philly, now LA-based groove machine Cheers Elephant, have at this rather interesting, informational night cap with drummer Robert King and singer/guitarist Derek Kryzywicki. Though their
In addition to swooning a gathering of friends and fans with their alluring Bands and Brews Session, Christina and Jeff from Frances Cone also took a moment to talk shop about their music, their EP, and where they see their band going.
We recently asked Radical Dads some very serious, rock journalist questions. They wanted no part in our very serious rock and roll conversation. A bit of a snarky spree erupted instead.
Baeble pulls up a chair with Catfish and The Bottlemen's Van McCann for a lighthearted conversation about his rather fab life, the origins of the band's infamous name, and British colloquialisms along the way, among other topics.
When we caught up with with the sisterly duo, Chaos Chaos shortly after bouncing through a set at The Brooklyn Half Marathon Pre Party, Presented By New Balance, the girls were in the kind of giggly mood that's indicative of their chipper brand of c
They caught each other's eyes across the room at church, became separated by geography, reconciled at a coffee shop in Nashville 4 years later, formed a band, got married, and have just released the kind of new album (Diamonds) that's sure to follo
The songs William Fitzsimmons brought by our place during our session weren't the only personal tidbits the Pittsburgh-raised musician gave us. We also had a nice heart-to-heart about his background, his recent album Lions, and the responsibilities
Paradise Girls stars Deerhoof singer Satomi Matsuzaki as she busts out some kick ass hip hop dance moves and hangs with some strangely doughy bag people. Whatever they are, they help the song fulfill its role as one of the peppiest, most fun videos
Hozier's From Eden follows a painfully adorable nuclear family in what might be an innocent cross country road trip that turns into a run from the law.
In Blah Blah Blah, Girlpool's Harmony Tividad and Cleo Tucker play for a hyped up crowd at an LA punk venue called the Smell, where the duo first met.
This music video is a metaphor of the rupture between past and future, the idea of leaving something/some part of you behind to move forward, to be replaced by a new version of you. I wanted to come up with a strong visual identity, a subtle mix of
Blonde Redhead turned to old friend and director Jem Cohen for The One I Love. The music video captures a dreary rainy day in Manhattan, the perfect setting for such a gloomy, soft song.
I Forget Where We Were is the title track off of Ben Howard's latest album. The video is Howard's directorial debut and follows a somber couple for a very serious day at the beach.
AronChupa's - I'm An Albatroaz is short, repetitive and infectious is a hit single that is burning up Spotify.
Take a drive with Lights in this moody, black and white video for Portal, from her new album, Little Machines.
Vance Joy explores unrequited love in this video for From Afar, from his debut album, Dream Your Life Away.
Vance Joy examines life outside the comfort zone in this humorous, yet endearing video for Mess is Mine.
Take a surreal elevator ride with Lights in her video for Up We Go.
Ah, the ups and downs of romance, as chronicled by Vance Joy's video for First Time.
Bryan Ferry's latest video is glamorous and unsettling. Featuring crimes of passion executed with a dead stare, and sexuality overload, this video drips with psycho-sexual drama.
Azealia Banks fans were thrilled at the long awaited release of Broke With Expensive Taste and hot on the heels of the chart climbing album is the black and white nod to the on point choreography and impeccably styled outfits of 90s girl group video
Ellie Goulding and Calvin Harris suffer through the tough times of heartbreak together in the video for this epic EDM break-up ballad with a white picket fence.
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