Music Video Addiction: Sunday April 29, 2012 Edition

Another edition of the weekly music video picks and we have some big bands as well as a few you may never have heard of.  Take a listen / view, and make sure to share and / or leave a comment if you like what we delivered to you this week. We hope you enjoy the tracks as much as us.

Graham Coxon: Ooh, Yeh Yeh – another cool CGI video from Coxon.

Band Of Skulls: Sweet Sour – very catchy chorus and retro R’N’R guitar riffs.

Cloud Nothings: Stay Useless – awesome indie rock / animation combo platter.

History of Apple Pie: You’re So Cool – this track oozes coolness.

Perfume Genius: Dark Parts – such a great, emotional, brooding track.

Eight And A Half: Go Ego – latest video from their debut self-titled album.

Thanks for watching this edition. We’ll be back again next Sunday to offer up some more videos for your eyes and ears, so pop back in again for more music vids and look back in the archives for older editions.

Cameron from Culture Addicts

Music Video Addiction: Sunday April 1, 2012 Edition

In this edition of the Music Video Addiction, we have a bunch of brand new videos and one classic video. We hope you enjoy this week’s edition, and make sure to share and / or leave a comment if you enjoy.

Graham Coxon: What’ll It Take – cool, new track by Graham w/ great editing and cgi.

Adult.: In My Nerves – an older track by the band but still love it.

Orbital: Wonky – this is like Jingle Cats but takes it 10 steps further.

Simian Mobile Disco: Cerulean – the SMD boys are back with a new vid.

The Rapture: In The Grace Of Your Love – their latest video.

2:54: You’re Early – this one reminds me of Curve.

Thanks for watching this edition. Pop back in again next week for more music vids and look back in the archives for older editions since we post every Sunday.

Cameron from Culture Addicts

Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon play new Blur song at War Child show

Yesterday night in London, Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon performed a new Blur song titled ‘Under the Westway’ at a War Child benefit show.

Albarn’s explanation about the piano ballad was that, “we wrote this up the road a few weeks ago” and also noted that “it’s got a lot of words.” Blur are scheduled to perform tomorrow night (February 21st) at the Brit Awards.

Watch their ‘Under The Westway’ live performance below.

Graham Coxon announces new album

Blur guitarist Graham Coxon has announced the details of his eighth solo album ‘A+E’. The album is the follow-up to his 2009 album ‘The Spinning Top’ and will be released on April 2.


1. Advice
2. City Hall
3. What’ll It Take
4. Meet+Drink+Pollinate
5. The Truth
6. Seven Naked Valleys
7. Running For Your Life
8. Bah Singer
9. Knife In The Cast
10. Ooh, Yeh, Yeh

Watch a promo clip for the album below.

Graham will head out on a UK tour in support of the album during April and select local bands to play support in each city.

13th O2 Oxford Academy
15th Gateshead Sage
16th Edinburgh Liquid Rooms
17th Glasgow Garage
19th Manchester Sound Control
20th Sheffield Leadmill
21st Nottingham Rescue Rooms
23rd Brighton Concorde
24th Cambridge Junction
25th London Forum
27th Gloucester Guildhall
28th Bristol Trinity
29th Exeter Phoenix
30th Falmouth Princess Pavilions

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