Monthly Archives: March 2013

Videos For A Lazy Sunday: Tricky’s ‘Does It’ Featuring Francesca Belmonte

Tricky shared this video from his forthcoming album False Idols, out on May 28 on his new label of the same name.

The vid sees him reciting the lyrics while footage of war is interspersed. He said the lyrics were influences by the abundance of, “violence [I’ve seen] since I was six or seven years of age.”

He’s also offering a free stream/download of the track ‘Nothing’s Changed’.

Album artwork and tracklisting is below;

1. Somebody’s Sins

2. Nothing Matters

3. Valentine

4. Bonnie & Clyde

5. Parenthesis

6. Nothing’s Changed

7. If Only I Knew

8. Is That Your Life

9. Tribal Drums

10. We Don’t Die

11. Chinese Interlude

12. Does It

13. I’m Ready

14. Hey Love

15. Passion Of The Christ

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Videos For A Lazy Sunday: Shellshag’s ‘Forever’

Brooklyn-via-San Francisco duo Shellshag offer a glimpse at what goes on before their rambunctious live shows.

The band is streaming the track ‘Face To Face’ for free. Both tracks are from their forthcoming album Shellshag Forever, out on April 16 via Don Giovanni Records. Tracklisting and cover artwork are below;

1. Face To Face
2. Sweet Hoodie
3. Come Down
4. Forever
5. Driving Song
6. Wasted Imagination
7. Medley
8. I Love You Anyway
9. Destroy Me I’m Yours
10. Dots In Rhyme

They also unveiled their spring tour;

4/13 Brooklyn, NY – Union Pool *
4/19 Hoboken, NJ – Maxwells !
5/9 Boston, MA – Middle East ! @
5/10 Brooklyn, NY – Death By Audio @ $
5/18 Manhattan, NY – Mercury Lounge #
5/25 Brooklyn, NY – Party Expo &
6/5 Brooklyn, NY – Death By Audio ^
6/8 Kingston, NY – BSP Lounge ^
6/21-23 Chattanooga, TN – Do Ya Hear We Fest

* = w/ RVIVR
! = w/ Screaming Females
@ = w/ Black Wine
$ = w/ Swearin’ & comedians Dave Hill and Chris Gethard
# = w/ JEFF The Brotherhood and Hunters
^ = w/ Apogee Sound Club
& = w/ Moira Scara


Videos For A Lazy Sunday: Decades’ ‘In Sequins’

Toronto quartet Decades have unveiled this clip for the track ‘In Sequins’ from their forthcoming self-titled debut, out on April 30 on White Girl Records.

They’re also offering three tracks for free download/stream; ‘Tonight Again’, ‘Celebrate’¬†and ‘Can You Love Me Now’.


Videos For A Lazy Sunday: Major Lazer’s ‘Watch For This (Bumaye)’

Major Lazer released the official lyric video for ‘Watch For This (Bumaye)’, via Potato, the electronic music video network curated by Skrillex, Diplo and A-Trak.

It’s taken from their forthcoming album Free The Universe, out April 15 via Secretly Canadian/Mad Decent/Downtown Records.


Videos For A Lazy Sunday: Hunters’ ‘Deadbeat’

Brooklyn’s Hunters shared this video of them performing their track ‘Deadbeat’ live.

They’re playing the Silver Dollar Room in Toronto on April 25.


Videos For A Lazy Sunday: Matt Blais’ Behind The Scenes Tour Video

Calgary alt-country/blues artist Matt Blais shared this video of his current cross-Canada tour.

“I love life on the road. I’m really looking forward to just getting in the van, meeting new people and seeing new things. I’ve got a great group of guys in the band who are fun to play with on stage and party with after,” Blais said in a statement. “So I know that we, and all the audiences are gonna have a blast. Canada is such a huge country. I never realized that until planning a tour from one end to the other, so, this is a huge undertaking for any band. But, I’ve always believed in the hard work, grass roots, live music approach to building a fan base, so, I’m really excited.”


Videos For A Lazy Sunday: Notes To Self’s ‘Used To Be Dark’

Toronto hip-hop crew Notes To Self shared this sentimental clip, featuring Lee Gaul, for the final track from their album.

It’s a nostalgic tribute to the highs and lows of early adulthood as they’re navigated by the vid’s star Kalii Dixon.