Videos of the Week // 13th August 2011
This week has been pretty awful, hasn't it? Riots, warehouse fires, festivals being cancelled and governments being governments. Well, let's try and put this behind us and enjoy some videos.
Our favourites from this week come from Alex Winston, Boom Clap Bachelors, I Break Horses, Girls and Laura Marling.
What's your favourite?
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Good morning planet Earth! I hope you're all massively hungover and are checking your emails whilst the stranger you went home with is still asleep. What we suggest you do is to tell them your parents are coming over, kick them out of the house, make yourself some coffee and watch these guilt free videos. Let's do it. (We've noticed issues with some browsers with youtube playlists stopping and saying there is an error. To get around this just click forward then click black o... (continued) [read more]
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It's that time again. Yes, the ever controversial, 'but why didn't such and such make the list', Mercury Prize short-list has been announced. The 2010 Albums of the Year are: Biffy Clyro - Only Revolutions Corinne Bailey - Rae The Sea Dizzee Rascal - Tongue N' Cheek Foals - Total Life Forever I Am Kloot - Sky At Night Kit Downes - Trio Golden Laura Marling - I Speak Because I Can Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More Paul Weller - Wake Up the Nation The xx - xx Villagers ... (continued) [read more]