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Michel Montecrossa; THE THUNDER WOMAN OF LOVE & FREEDOM - opening song of THE THUNDER album

Michel Montecrossa says:
“’THE THUNDER WOMAN OF LOVE FREEDOM’ is the opening song for my album THE THUNDER. It is a deeply personal Lilith-style album singing about love relations as the root of all conflicts and every redemption. THE THUNDER songs are singing from the place where male and female are the androgyn reality of our Self, where we meet every other Self in the way of both sexes. It is there where all conflicts disappear and the unexpected appears. THE THUNDER can be heard in this album through Cyberrock Ballads of Love and Freedom and New-Topical-Song-Echoes from an uprooted world of sensual distortion. THE THUNDER like Lilith does not want to be buried under the king during love making but rather wants to sit on top of his prick. Lilith was greatly despised for that by patriarchs and male dominated religions. But in fact she is the creation goddess dwelling in the World Tree, or in other words, in every prick. THE THUNDER gives you something to think for the next time you are in bed with someone. Most of the songs have English lyrics and some are bilingual Deutsch-English.“

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Trina ft. Steph Lecor "Forget That"

Orisha Sound - Rewind (directed by Shel-K & Orisha Sound)

A music video for "Rewind", recent reggae / pop release from Jamaican artist Orisha Sound

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The Whiskey Hollow - Hudson Hill (Dir. Stephen Mlinarcik)

1,599 hand cut stop-motion frames, painted miniatures, and paper figures converge to illustrate the story of a lonesome runaway attempting to elude their fate in a storybook world that is out to bring them to an unnecessary justice.

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The Whiskey Hollow | Hudson Hill from Stephen Mlinarcik on Vimeo.

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Paperbark "A Stones Throw Away" (dir. Ratigan)

A Stones Throw Away from Non Films on Vimeo.

Drowning in isolation, a lonely soul finds a machine that can render artificial nostalgia for a price.
Music by Paperbark. Direction and animation by Ratigan. Sound Design by Nick Punch.
From the album "Forgotten Narratives" on Black Box Tapes:
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Chance The Rapper featuring Saba - Angels


Chance entered stage left and exited stage right. In the middle he made magic.

That “Ultralight Beam” SNL performance was something special. Goosebumps, hair on edge, fighting back tears, it was par for the Kanye West course, but that performance had something extra. There was real power. Chance the Rapper commanded that stage and did it with Kanye watching like a proud father.

“I met Kanye West I’m never going to fail,” he said with Kanye standing over his left shoulder. To me and to many who continue to be inspired by Kanye (Chance included) that line reads like, “Holy sht, I’m on the same song as Kanye fcking West.” You’d have to be Stevie Wonder to not see and Victor Zokas not to feel the significance of Chance and Kanye on the same stage. For Chicago, for hip-hop as a whole, it was a moment; one that seemingly united the hip-hop community.

Chance and Kanye’s budding friendship is exciting and it’s been drawing comparisons that extend far beyond “Ultralight Beam” and “I hit the gym all chest, no legs.”

While their relationship has blossomed recently, the comparisons between the two have been made for sometime now. In fact, as far back as 2013, people were already drawing a direct line between Yeezy and Chano, and it was undoubtedly happening within Chicago long before that.

“The classic soul/R&B elements on Acid Rap remind me of listening to The College Dropout for the first time; both that album and Chance’s are watershed releases that sound simultaneously familiar — largely due to the traditional musical source material they use — and entirely new in approach.”  - Prefix (2013)  

Chance has clearly been inspired by Kanye and has never been one to shy away from that influence. While it’s impossible to not recognize some connections between the two, let’s not confuse inspiration for succession. There are some very big differences between them, and when you compare Chance to Kanye, it’s a disservice to Chance’s story and more importantly, it limits Chance’s future.

The day I first heard Kanye West is a day I will always remember. The more I listened the more I learned, the more I became enamored with his story. “The Rudolph red nosed reindeer of the Roc,” Kanye was an underdog, but in his mind he was already the MVP, he just needed to get on the field. He had the ego of Willie Beamen but the roster spot of Rudy and you couldn’t help but love him for it. Once he got the opportunity, he sacked the game. He raised himself up on his own shoulders and carried himself out of the stadium. That’s why I love College Dropout. That’s why I love “Last Call.” The outro of the album was his chance to plant his flag on hip-hop’s summit after an treacherous climb. Kanye beat them at their own game; he earned it. To this day, I still sense that chip on Kanye’s Hermes-draped shoulder. He’s conquered hip-hop and is now focused on kicking down the door of fashion. He’s begging for a shot again. He thrives off the doubt that the powers that be are conspiring against him. He wants to take over every game he’s not allowed to play.

I also remember the first time I heard Chance. Maybe not the exact first time, but the first time I felt his magic. It was “Juice.” Thanks to Kanye, at that point I had been studying hip-hop for years. I knew my way around a sample, I listened, wrote, and listened more. I had moved from what was on the radio to what never would be. I wasn’t 9th Wonder, but I knew hip-hop. When I heard “Juice” it was unlike anything I had heard before. In all my articles, all my sleepless nights spent perusing Soundcloud, I had never come across anything like “Juice.” With a nasal yet raspy flow, Chano gracefully meandered over the beat. He was cluttered, off-kilter and obscure and yet somehow it felt so natural. He makes his way across a production on scattered footholds, jumping and falling with style to the finish line while other rappers use the same bridge. “Acid Rap” wasn’t his middle finger to the establishment the way College Dropout is — if anything that’s 10 Day. Acid Rap‘s charm, its soul, is a product of Chance’s commitment to himself and the comfort that comes with doing things the way you want. After a project of doing things his way, his last statement? “Everything’s Good.” No intro from Jay Z or a heavyweight co-sign, instead the other voice we hear is from his dad. Kanye finally got a chance to run their race, to play their game, and he was ecstatic that he had beat them at it. Chance? Chance was too busy inventing his own game to play theirs.

Chance is running his career the same way he runs a beat. He’s finding paths other emcees can’t even spot. His resume has been celebrated, but it’s worth stating again. He’s released the first free project on iTunes, he’s headlined festivals, he’s recorded with f*cking Madonna, and now he’s performed on SNL...twice. The Harriet Tubman of the underground, he’s blazing a trail for future emcees to follow. Kanye was begging labels to let him in. Chance is fighting them off with a stick. They didn’t want Kanye but they’d kill to have Chance.

More important than any song or performance, he is committed to ensuring he leaves Chicago better than he found it by clothing the homeless and hosting poetry slams. In a city plagued by violence, Chance is doing his best to heal the wounds. Kanye’s inspired a generation with his voice and now Chance is encouraging his generation to find their own. What makes me more excited about Chance is not his music, but what he can do for music. He has the opportunity to alter the DNA of hip-hop. He’s only 22-years-old and has already done it in part. What will another 10 years look like?

But when we compare him to Kanye, when we talk about him as “the next Kanye West,” I fear that it prevents us from celebrating the one thing that makes Chance Chance; his uniqueness. Let’s not compare him to something that’s already happened, let’s celebrate the fact that he’s done what nobody else has.

Chance is different. He’s never wanted to fit into a mold, so let’s not force him into one. He doesn’t need to follow in Kanye’s shoes, he’s already kicked off his Yeezys and is dancing in the rain.

Otep "In Cold Blood"

Breaking ground, breaking rules, breaking barriers!
ARTCore of Heavy Mental Rock.
“Formed from the poetic marrow of creative intercourse, OTEP is an Art Project/Band/Movement/Revolution; Breaking ground. Breaking rules. Breaking barriers. Articulate. Aggressive. Pure Adrenaline. ARTCore of Heavy Mental Rock.“ This is how mastermind / vocalist OTEP Shamaya and her allies have been described and this album proves this truth! Transcending from the darkness, like wolves into the light, OTEP is an explosion of inspiration and motivation, empowered by their dedication to the arts, being a voice for the voiceless and fighting injustice. Rising from the labyrinth of Los Angeles, California, OTEP is unleashing a roaring anthem titled “Generation Doom”. With Otep Shamaya’s multifaceted vocal approach, from gut wrenching roars to soft seductive poetry to singing with a surprisingly magically beautiful voice, to her evolution as a writer and story teller, Generation Doom erupts with thunderous, punishing grooves that harmoniously detonate into dark industrial fury with magma flows of hard rock melodies that seamlessly shape shift into a mysterious musical beast we’ve just discovered, those who’ve heard “Generation Doom " say it's best described as “genius, heart stopping and one of a kind.” Where will OTEP`s courageous odyssey take them? Nothing seems impossible.

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Brielle "Ought To Be"

Directed by Annette Navarro
Co-directed by Free da'Dreamer
Written by BRIELLE and Free da'Dreamer
Produced by Free da'Dreamer

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Ca$h Ryan "40's and OJ"

Music video for 40s and Oj performed by Ca$h Ryan.


Copyright (C) 2015 Iconic Music Group.

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Trina ft. Steph Lecor "Forget That"

Music video by Trina performing Forget That (feat. Steph Lecor). (C) 2016 Penalty Entertainment, LLC

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James Bay - Let it Go (Cover by Nathan Morris)

Let It Go by James Bay is a new song from British Musician and Singer, JamesBay - with Republic Records and UMG Recordings. This "Let it Go" music video from Nathan Morris is a cover song video for the James Bay Single, "Let it Go".

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Let It Go Lyrics:
From walking home and talking loads
To seeing shows in evening clothes with you
From nervous touch and getting drunk
To staying up and waking up with you

But now we're sleeping at the edge
Holding something we don't need
All this delusion in our heads
Is gonna bring us to our knees

So come on let it go
Just let it be
Why don't you be you
And I'll be me

Everything's that's broke
Leave it to the breeze
Why don't you be you
And I'll be me[x2]

From throwing clothes across the floor
To teeth and claws and slamming doors at you
If this is all we're living for
Why are we doing it, doing it, doing it anymore

I used to recognize myself
It's funny how reflections change
When we're becoming something else
I think it's time to walk away

So come on let it go
Just let it be
Why don't you be you
And I'll be me

Everything's that's broke
Leave it to the breeze
Why don't you be you
And I'll be me[x2]

Trying to fit your hand inside of mine
When we know it just don't belong
There's no force on earth
Could make me feel right, no


Trying to push this problem up the hill
When it's just too heavy to hold
Think now's the time to let it slide

So come on let it go
Just let it be
Why don't you be you
And I'll be me

Everything's that's broke
Leave it to the breeze
Let the ashes fall
Forget about me

Come on let it go
Just let it be
Why don't you be you
And I'll be me
And I'll be me

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Part Time Punks - Go Ballistic! (directed by Jack in a Box)

Part Time Punks - Go Ballistic! (feat. Matic Mouth)
video by Jack in a Box

produced by Jack in a Box
idea by Jack in a Box & Part Time Punks


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Jason Maek & Zaena - Birthday

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Rihanna - Needed Me (dir. Harmony Korine)

Not sure if MoMA’s acquiring this Harmony Korine work for its permanent collection.

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Jonathan Cavier - "January"

Indie pop singer-songwiter Jonathan Cavier tackles the themes of love and renewal in "January" - his debut solo single and music video.

"January" is the first single from his album Premier, which will be released June 17, 2016.

"January" is now available for download on iTunes:

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Shake off the complacency, now that you’re holding me
Didn’t know you were out there, pulled me in out of nowhere

Clear the fog, now the past is gone.
Only hope’s in front of me
These ghosts are not haunting me.
I’ll make a new start, heal my heart this January

There’s been so many, why did there have to be?
Heaven sent you, and now we’re free.
This feels new, in time we’ll see

Clear the fog, now the past is gone.
Only hope’s in front of me
These ghosts are not haunting me.
I’ll make a new start, heal my heart this January

January, I’ll begin again.
January, I’ll redo the end

Clear the fog, now the past is gone.
Only hope’s in front of me
These ghosts are not haunting me.
I’ll make a new start, heal my heart this January

Here’s my resolution, I’ll change my constitution

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ZU Party Romanian Tour Club NOA Cluj Napoca

ZU Party Romanian Tour Ep.87- Club NOA Cluj Napoca - ZU TV HD from ZU Party on Vimeo.

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Davonté David "Killing Body" Directed by Sesoo



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Charlemagne Palestine & Mondkopf (dir. As Human Pattern)


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'Optimist' by Wanderwild Directed by Benjamin Roberds

Wanderwild is the moniker for Athens, GA musician Matt Martin the video is for the track “Optimist" off his debut EP "Fleeting." It’s a warm, bright slice of organic indie pop that reminds us of classics like Death Cab For Cutie, The National.

Video by Dominar Films

Music by Wanderwild

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