Posts Tagged ‘youtube’

Ok, go see them live

Posted by DJ • June 30, 2011 at 07:09 AM

OK Go owe their success to their phenomenal video clips and their viral spread through youtube. They have now released a new album of material recorded in their US tour last year, called 180/365, and it’s a rare opportunity to check them out in a more straight up fashion. This live version of This Too Shall Pass is taken from a gig @ Oregon State University, just a couple of weeks ago. Enjoy!

Jessie J selects

Posted by DJ • March 22, 2011 at 08:19 AM

Scissor Sister

British pop sensation, Jessie J has sent us a list of her all time favorite pop songs, along side some current highlights (including this gem by Adele). The entire playlist is posted on the iMesh client – where you can download the entire thing, but we wanted to lure you in by highlighting this amazing, timeless piece of pop music by TLC.

Pumping up the Radio

Posted by DJ • March 15, 2011 at 10:32 AM

Despite throwing the rule book out of the window, every time English alternative band Radiohead releases a new album, it’s rapidly becoming a worldwide event.

Their new album King of Limbs is no different – announced just a few days before it became available online, the web was taken by storm by the new Oxford quintet offering.

Here’s the first video from the album, already watched by millions of people around the world.

It’s Foo time

Posted by DJ • February 15, 2011 at 09:32 AM

Dave Grohl is awesome. Seriously, he seems to be doing nothing wrong. Here’s another great new video and a great new song from the Foo Fighters, his terrific band.

The song, White Limo, is a teaser for an album released in April, produced by Butch Vig, who also produced a classic album for Grohl’s previous band, Nirvana.

To download Nirvana’s Nevermind, or other tracks by the Foo Fighters, or other works produced by Butch Vig, get iMesh

United state of Pop, 2010

Posted by DJ • January 13, 2011 at 12:04 PM

DJ earworm have become a worldwide viral sensation, with his annual uber-mashups. A couple of weaks ago he released his take on 2010, another tightly cut collage of all the big hits of the year. If you haven’t managed to catch it yet, get a glimpes right here.