Dave Grohl worked with Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Rick Nielson (Cheap Trick), and Scott Reader (Kyuss) to make “From Can To Can’t”, which will be found on the soundtrack for Grohls upcoming documentary Sound City. The film is set to debut at Sundance, and has a theatrical release date of January 31st.
One month ago yesterday, twenty-seven people were killed in a shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut. Regardless of our closeness to the victims, or our distance from them, the deaths of children affect everyone who hears about them. One of the reasons I love music the most is because of the way it reacts to the world around it.
I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed and I found this video. Underground RnB singer Devvon Terrell recorded a cover of Swedish House Mafia’s anthem “Don’t You Worry Child” as a tribute to the twenty children murdered. He begins with a downtempo, vocoder-piano cover of John Martin’s vocals, before exploding into the progressive synths that made the original famous. Footage of smiling children undercuts shots of Devvon playing the piano. Please check out the video above.
B.o.B’s latest single, “We Still In This B*tch”, has received the visual treatment. The track features the likes of T.I. and Juicy J and was originally featured on B.o.B’s mixtape F*ck Em We Ball. Watch the official music video after the jump or stream/purchase the CDQ version of the single below. I guess rockin’ a…
Zedd started the year off strong with a great performance on late night television and is keeping up the momentum through the release of the official “Clarity” visual. The video takes you on an adventure as the does the song. Be sure to watch the music video above and check out Aylen’s fast paced remix to “Clarity” here if you haven’t done so already.