3 posts categorized "miami horror"

04/27/2011

Kimbra - Cameo Lover (new single and video!)

We know and love Kimbra as someone who "settles down" as well as provides impeccably-lovely vocals to Miami Horror's I Look to You, but now we look forward (and oh yeah, we really do) to new tunes from the talented New Zealander. So, in light of this new clip, we write, nay "copy-paste", this bit of info: "Cameo Lover is the second single, after Settle Down. Her album is due towards the end of the year and we PROMISE it's going to be available on US iTunes and whatnot when that happens... lotta ppl asking." Bah-BOOM! Now enjoy the semi-Oh Mickey You're So Fine-ish styled video below.

 

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mp3: Kimbra - Cameo Lover

 

09/22/2010

Miami Horror - Echoplex (new video!)

Herein lies one of the sexiest clips you'll see this week, and it's not for any gratuitous exposure of flesh or freaked out actions. No, Miami Horror's new video for Echoplex instead focuses on the little and intimate details of human interactions that are ever so slight and sensual enough to make your skin tingle. The song is also aces as can be, and features vocals from MAI.

 

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And while we're on the subject of awesomeness, Go Go Bizkitt remixed MH's I Look to You, which corrals the tones of New Zealander, Kimbra.

 

Double dose of amazing stuff from down under this morning!

 

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mp3: Miami Horror (ft Kimbra) - I Look To You (Go Go Bizkitt! Remix)

 

 

 

03/31/2010

Beastly Bits #47

Lots to filter through today. Shall we just get started?


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Yeah, that sounds like a plan!

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Metallica and Black Sabbath are teaming up for a special one-off joint release.The rock legends are both contributing a track to a 12-inch vinyl single which will be limited to just 1000 copies to celebrate Record Store Day on April 17. The release features the UNKLE remix of Metallica's Frantic and a version of Black Sabbath's Paranoid with alternative lyrics. More details here.  


Speaking of UNKLE, the band's fourth proper album, Where Did The Night Fall, is now available for pre-order via online stores. Get your "buy fingers" ready and head over here.

 

London's Punks Jump Up are some of our favorite badass knob twiddlers, and they get even beastlier by giving away their March Mix for free. This is the first in a new series of DJ mixes from the dudes. Watch out for upcoming installments, which will include more brand new PJU remixes of artists such as Miami Horror and We Have Band. Download the mix here and a track below that they feature in the full onslaught.

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mp3: Crookers (featuring Yelle) - Cooler Couleur (Junkie XL Remix)

 

 
 

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