Music Video Addiction: Sunday July 31, 2011 Edition

It is a bank holiday this weekend in Ontario, but we still wanted to get you the weekly music video picks. We picked some videos that had been playing around the Culture Addicts HQ all weekend….we hope you enjoy.

EMA: California - such a powerful track.

Blancmange: Lose Your Love - one of the best tracks from the 80s.

The Cribs: Men’s Needs  – so much fun this track.

Kaiser Chiefs: Everyday I Love You Less and Less – good video.

Les Rythmes Digitales: (Hey You) What’s That Sound?  – this will make you move.

Digital Poodle: Work Terminal - classic EBM track.

Of course, we will be back next Sunday with more music videos.

Thanks,
Cameron from Culture Addicts

Young Galaxy Release New Video and Announce Tour

Young Galaxy Shapeshifting

Young Galaxy announced that they will be embarking on a global tour this fall, touring Europe and playing alongside electro-popsters Junior Boys for select North American shows.

They also released a cool new video for the track ‘Blown Minded’ which is the second single from their album. ‘Shapeshifting’. The ‘Blown Minded’ video was created by Montreal-based artist Carine Khalifé. With paint as her medium, Carine spent four months creating a series of paintings captured frame by frame with a fixed camera. The process took place inside a darkroom, with a single light source coming from beneath the glass to reveal various textures and brush movements. “I worked a lot with transparency. The more paint, the darker the image, and therefore the animation became about gesture, and the texture of brushstrokes. It’s a very physical, organic process. Everything is based on the rhythm” – she explains. Watch the video below:


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Ladytron Release "White Elephant" Music Video

Ladytron release their new video for the track, “White Elephant” which appears on their forthcoming full length album, Gravity The Seducer, in stores September 12 (UK) / September 13 (US).


North American Tour Dates:

Ladytron will be touring the US & Canada this fall. Sonoio will open and tickets are on sale now.

July 2011
July 30 – Barcelona, SP @ Pop Bar (Daniel IV DJ set only)

September 2011
September 22 – Phoenix, AZ – The Venue Scottsdale
September 23 – San Diego, CA – House of Blues
September 24 – Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
September 25 – San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom
September 27 – Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom
September 28 – Vancouver, BC – The Commodore Ballroom
September 29 – Seattle, WA – Decibel Festival

October 2011
October 1 – Denver, CO – The Ogden Theatre
October 3 – Minneapolis, MN – The Fine Line
October 4 – Chicago, IL – The Vic Theatre
October 5 – Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
October 6 – Montreal, QC – Telus Theatre
October 7 – Boston, MA – The Paradise Rock Club
October 8 – New York, NY – Terminal 5
October 9 – Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of the Living Arts
October 11 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
October 13 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
October 14 – Pensacola, FL – DeLuna Festival
October 15 – Miami, FL – Grand Central

Music Video Addiction: Sunday July 24, 2011 Edition

Yet another edition of the weekly music video picks, and again it is themeless. We just wanted to offer up some great tracks for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy this week’s videos.

Heartsrevolution: Switchblade - kicking things off with the fabulous NYC revolutionaries.

Orbital: Satan - great track from their Glastonbury performance.

Kasabian: Switchblade Smile  – new track and slick video.

Northside: Take 5 – still such a good track…so catchy.

Neon Indian: Sleep Paralysist – so mellow, but so cool.

The Teenagers: Starlett Johansson - Quirky track.

We will be back next week with more music videos.

Thanks,
Cameron from Culture Addicts

Music Video Addiction: Sunday July 17, 2011 Edition

I just arrived back from a scorching hot visit to the park and I am not quite sure how this will effect this week’s music video selections. We will see what happens when I start pulling them together now. Enjoy watching the videos.

Tiga: Hot in Herre - amazing cover of Nelly and love the Bandaid on the puppet.

Young Empires: Diamond Rings - so freakin’ catchy.

The D4: Get Loose  – still a great track…and sticks in your head.

CSS: Rat is Dead (Rage) - they write such catchy tracks, and this is one of them.

Twin Shadow: Castles in the Snow – love his vocals.

LFO: Freak - The original non-pop LFO and uber cool video.

Time to get a drink and cool down. We will be back next week with more music videos for your listening and viewing pleasure.

Thanks,
Cameron from Culture Addicts

Superchunk Announce Tour + Release ‘Learned to Surf’ Video

Superchunk

Superchunk have announced some tour dates – they are listed below.

July 17 – Chicago, IL Pitchfork Music Festival
Sept 08 – Atlanta, GA Buckhead Theatre
Sept 10 – Raleigh, NC Hopscotch Festival – City Plaza Stage
Dec 01 – London, UK Scala
Dec 02 –  Minehead, UK All Tomorrow’s Parties curated by Jeff Mangum

Check out the ‘Learned to Surf’ video from Superchunk below made of concert footage from their last two tours of Brazil this past spring and 1998′s visit.

Music Video Addiction: Sunday July 10, 2011 Edition

You would think that we would have a Honda Indy themed edition of the weekly music video picks since it currently happening in Toronto. We have chosen to again not have a theme, but instead, just bring you some great music videos. We hope you like what we picked for you this week.

Digitalism: Digitalism in Cairo - great track with a sample from The Cure.

Sounds Like Violence: You Give Me Heartattacks - love the vocals on this track.

My Pet Genius: Anjelika in Jhericurl - an unknown band that is no longer, but so good.

Wire: Eardrum Buzz - crappy video, but catchy track.

The Automatic: Recover – such a great chorus which totally makes you sing along.

Jesus & Mary Chain: Never Understand - vintage J & MC with Bobby Gillespie on drums.

That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more music videos for your listening and viewing pleasure.

Thanks,
Cameron from Culture Addicts