Here’s a lively soul pop number with a fun video to boot! It’s awesome to see tons of familiar faces from the local music scene in the video as well (but what about moi?). That sense of playfulness is nicely contrasted with Gareth’s (and band’s) sophisticated image – y’know the Continue Reading
Vids we’re diggin’… … still there’s more …
Comebacks are on the agenda in today’s PoPTV. 80s band The Primitives are back with a new album. Here’s the video for title track and lead single.
Whenever we can, we strive to remind you – kind visitor – what Power of Pop is all about. Sweet pop music, 60s/70s styled is definitely on the agenda. Bring it! THE CANYON RAYS – “The Sunshine Growers” Here’s the new single from Californian pop enthusiasts The Canyon Rays as visualized Continue Reading
Because we can, here are our favourite solo Beatles videos. Enjoy… JOHN PAUL GEORGE RINGO
More latest music videos for your viewing pleasure but keep your pants on. Please…
A picture paints a thousand words. Allegedly. So enjoy the latest music videos from the latest singles out there from the modern rock wasteland.
Nice & smooth. Cool soulful vibes from Cody ChestnuTT on this video of “Love is More Than a Wedding Day”. Off ChesnuTT’s latest album, Landing on a Hundred. Official Site
METROPOLIS AMERICA – A Stolen Heart in a Stolen Car A LGBT Malaysian adventure!
Some new (official) music videos we’ve come across recently … enjoy! RENDEZVOUS “EGYPT” TEGAN & SARA “CLOSER” CINEMASCAPE “PRIVATE PROPERTY” DALE EARNHARDT JR JR “IF YOU DIDN’T SEE ME (THEN YOU WEREN’T ON THE DANCEFLOOR)” BAKER “OVERLOAD” Yeah I know I know, it’s all fookin’ dance pop innit? NEXT!
If you’re reading this and were born in the 90s (I know, unlikely), then hopefully you’d know who Nirvana was and not be caught wearing the above tee merely cos it’s ‘hip and cool’. Thing is, of course, the early 90s saw the last commercially viable rock music before the music scene Continue Reading
“Old Fart Music” or “Dad-rock” are two derogatory terms that the music press might use to brand a ‘genre’ or band as past its sell-by date. But this is all nonsense, of course. All rock music is derived from “Dad-rock” as Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy was quoted in Rolling Stone in Continue Reading
What will be the next rock trend the new kids on the block will cotton on to? Well, in the last five years the post-punk/new wave of the 80s has been fairly squeezed dry by new bands so perhaps now it’s time to move up a decade. If we look Continue Reading