Friday, March 30, 2012
Here's the music video for Hoodie Allen's song "No Interruption," which is off of his new album, All American, out on April 11. A lot of his past songs have featured great samples, but his new album has got all original tracks. I haven't heard any of his other songs from the album but this track has got a sick beat. This music video has got a more professional feel to it than some of his previous ones. Give it a look and definitely pick up his album when it comes out.
Posted by Miller Sisters at 3/30/2012
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone, here's a great remix to Cavin Harris and Ne-yo's song, "Let's Go." I have to confess that I've never actually heard the original version of the song, but I like this remix, so give it a listen. Stay safe while out celebrating!
Posted by Miller Sisters at 3/17/2012
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Here's the brand new White Panda album, which is kind of more like a mixtape. All of the tracks flow together really well, and some of them you've probably heard before. I suggest you listen to the album all the way through without stopping, since a lot of the songs are pretty short.
Listen to it continuously all the way through:
Download it for free here:
Posted by Miller Sisters at 3/14/2012
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Bon Iver always has stunning visuals for his music videos. They always seem to fit perfectly with the song. The music video for "Towers" is no exception. Watching the video feels like you're going on an adventure exploring the great outdoors. Check it out above.
Foxes is a British up and coming singer, who's signed to Neon Gold Records. Her single "Youth" is an infectious song that will get stuck in your head after listening to it only once. She's got an amazing voice that's packed with emotion with every word that she says. DJ Josh Raymond turned the song into a dance number. It's upbeat, fun and will immediately get you moving once you press play.
DJ Skeet Skeet may have a weird name, but I have to give him credit for consistently releasing great remixes. Literally every song that he puts out seems to add a new twist to the original. This time he remixed the song "White Nights" from Danish electro/pop singer, Oh Land. His version is more dance-y and more summery feeling. If you've never heard the original then maybe you've heard Hoodie Allen's song "Dreams Up," which features verses from it.
Check out the original on iTunes, and you can download the remix below.
If you haven't heard Avicii's song "Levels" than you more than likely have been living under a rock. It's probably the most remixed song of 2011/ 2012. It actually seems like it follows me places. Well, if you were getting a bit tired of it, here's a cool remix of the song in reverse, coming from Austrialian DJ George Monev. It's just as good in my opinion. It's amazing that even though the song is backwards it's still good.
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Up and coming rapper Cam Meekins sampled Gotye's song "Somebody That I Used to Know" for the basis of his track "Cut Me Off." The music video pokes fun at a bunch of celebrities, that I hope won't get upset over it. I'm sure it was all in good fun (hopefully?).
You can download the track here.
Posted by Miller Sisters at 3/03/2012
Friday, March 2, 2012
Brand new track from Mac Milller, called "Loud." It seems like everything he releases is gold. I like how he samples a bit of The Beatles for the intro. He started a twitter frenzy with this latest track, so give a listen. It was produced by Big Jerm & Sayez.
Side note, Mac Miller kicks off his tour in Vancouver this Saturday, the dates are all here.
Here's the music video for the song "Disparate Youth," the first single off of Santigold's album, Master of My Make-Believe. The whole music video is supposed to be a dream and it features Santigold exploring a mysterious island that has some kind of creepy looking natives. Check it out above.
You will probably be able to pre-order Santigold's album soon; it will be out in the US on May 1.
Here's a Xaphoon Jones remix of Das Racist's song Michael Jackson. The video seems like its basically a mashup of a bunch of random old clips... but I guess it works. Xaphoon Jones added a nice twist to the song and Maffew Ragazino rapped an additional verse on this track. Give it a listen above.
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Founders Entertainment just recently announced the lineup for this years Governors Ball Music Festival on June 23 and 24. I've already bought my tickets. I went last year and it was amazing. This year it's at Randall's Island and instead of a one day event it's now spread out over two days, which should be sick. There also aren't any overlapping sets, so you don't have to worry about missing anyone.
More info/ tickets here.
Posted by Miller Sisters at 3/01/2012
Sunday, February 12, 2012
Friday, February 10, 2012
Here's a brand new music video from Chiddy Bang for their song "By Your Side." It seems like there's nothing producer Xaphoon Jones can't do, since he directed the video. The song isn't actually going to be on their new album, Breakfast, which will be out February 28. The duo decided to make the video just for the fans, so I'm not sure when the song will be available to download.
Posted by Miller Sisters at 2/10/2012
Thursday, January 26, 2012
Here's a brand new Pretty Lights song, called "We Must Go On." It has a more mellow vibe compared to what he has been releasing recently. This video was filmed and edited by Derek Vincent Smith (Pretty Lights) and Krystle Blackburn (PLM's Creative Director). The track, according to the video description, is "a new Pretty Lights song with a classic soulful hip-hop style." Check out the video for it above, and you can stream and download it below.
Posted by Miller Sisters at 1/26/2012
Monday, January 23, 2012
I realize that it is the dead of winter right now, but this summery-feeling remix created by Viceroy of Biggie's classic rap hit "Going Back to Cali" is too good to pass up. Right now there is nothing I'd like to do more than to break out my suntan lotion, call up some friends and hit the beach. Unfortunately its currently cold, cloudy and windy in Syracuse right now. Oh, well, I'll just listen to this song on repeat instead.
Notorious B.I.G. - Going Back to Cali (Viceroy "Jet Life" Remix) by VICEROY
Posted by Miller Sisters at 1/23/2012
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Oh Land, whose real name is Nanna Øland Fabricius, is a Danish singer who currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. You might have heard her song, "Sun of a Gun," or some remixed form of it before. Her new song, "Speak Out Now," is a catchy upbeat tune that probably will be stuck in your head for a few days, not that that's a bad thing. Give it a listen below.
Speak Out Now by OhLand
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
This new Skizzy Mars song is actually a remake of a song he did a little while ago, which was also title "Sirens." This version of the song is produced by Jesse Fink, who also produced the first release of the song. Skizzy's has great rhymes on this song, as usual. Check it out below.
Sirens by SkizTheRapper
I don't know much about DJ Oxford, but I know that he is French and he did a cool remix of the song "Comme Un Enfant," which is sung by the French singer, Yelle. This version of the song is dreamy and pop-y than the original. Give it a listen below.
Yelle - Comme un enfant (Oxford remix) by Oxfordsounds
Here's the DJ Skeet Skeet moombahton remix of Chiddy Bang's song "Ray Charles." The original version of the song is off of Chiddy Bang's new album, Breakfast, which will be out on February 28. This is one of my favorite remixes that Skeet Skeet has done. It's very upbeat and happy and you can't help bopping along to it when you hear it.
Chiddy Bang - Ray Charles (Skeet Skeet Moombahton Remix) by skeet skeet
Chiddy Bang - Ray Charles (Skeet Skeet Moombahton Remix) by skeet skeet
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Here's one of the coolest bands I have ever seen. Walk Off the Earth is a Canadian band that clearly has a ton of talent. This video shows all five members making different sounds using only one guitar. This video shows the band covering Gotye's song, "Somebody that I Used to Know. "Here's a description of themselves according to their Facebook page:
Walk off the Earth is one of the only "Truly" Independent bands in the music Industry today. They have had no help from record labels. They've gain much of their success through word of mouth from their dedicated and loyal fans. Their passion to create Great Music, Entertaining Original Videos and Innovative Live Performances is all they will need to be recognized as the new face of Music!
Posted by Miller Sisters at 1/17/2012