Music Video Addiction: Sunday July 8, 2012 Edition

It’s like the Groundhog Day of videos, but we kinda like this repetition since we are back with another edition of our music video picks (as we are every Sunday). Take a listen / view, and make sure to share and / or leave a comment since we love to hear from you. We hope you enjoy the tracks as much as us.

Sleigh Bells: Demons the latest video from Sleigh Bells.

The Walkmen: Heaven – some jangly rock / pop.

Vår: In Your Arms – such a great, moody track from this Iceage side project.

Silent Rider: I Was A Bomb – beautiful track and video.

Computer Magic: The End Of Time – I am liking something about this track.

Santigold: The Keepers – the latest video from Santigold.

Thanks for watching this edition. We’ll be back again next Sunday to offer up some more videos for your eyes and ears, so pop back in again for more music vids and look back in the archives for older editions.

Cameron from Culture Addicts


Santigold Releases Latest Video From Forthcoming Album

Santigold has released the official video for ‘Disparate Youth,’ the first official single from her forthcoming album, Master of My Make-Believe, which is out in the UK on April 23 and US on May 1, 2012.

Watch the video below.

Music Video Addiction: Sunday January 22, 2012 Edition

There is no theme to this week’s video selections, but we are sure you will enjoy. Make sure to leave a comment if you like our video picks – we love your feedback.

Santigold: Big Mouth – her brand new video.

Light Asylum: Skull Fuct – channeling New Order, Yazoo and 80s industrial…powerful.

Symmetry: Over The Edge – eerie driving synthy goodness.

Oberhofer: Heart – moody pop.

Doomtree: Bangarang – very catchy hip-hop + Har Mar Superstar = entertaining.

Buck 65: Wicked and Weird – can’t beat dancing puppets.

Thanks for watching. We will be back next week some more music vids for your eyes and ears…make sure to spread the word by sharing the music video picks with your family and friends.

Cameron from Culture Addicts