Wednesday Video Diversion: February 22, 2017

DID YOU KNOW that 50 long years ago this week Pink Floyd was working on their debut, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, at Abbey Road Studios during the same time that the Beatles were wrapping up recording Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band in the same studio? Pretty sweet, if we say so ourselves. But we’re not here just to hook you up with weird random music history. We’re here to hook you up with sweet TuneCore Artist music videos! What else have you got going on during a Wednesday afternoon in February?

 

John 5 and the Creatures, “Now Fear This”

Julie Frost, “Rhythm & Blues”

Anchorlot, “Phoenix”

Ki:Theory, “Stand By Me”

Poppy, “I’m Poppy”

Jor’dan Armstrong, “So Much Luv/Count It”

JMSN, “Power”

JoJo Siwa, “Boomerang”

Rebel SoulJahz, “Ms Beautiful”

Hopsin, “All Your Fault”

Wednesday Video Diversion: February 15, 2016

We’re officially over the mid-month hump of February! We’re not, however, officially over the mid-week hump. Which means you’re getting groggy, antsy, and need to tune out from whatever you’ve got going on in your afternoon. That’s why we’re here once again to show off some of our TuneCore Artists’ awesome audio-visual talents with a round-up of music videos! Get into it.

 

The Rising Sun All-Stars, “RSG (Till They Bury Me)”

Tdot Illdude, “You And I (feat. Guordan Banks)”

Asta, “I Need Answers”

Paperwhite, “Get Away”

Sarah Darling, “Where Cowboys Ride”

Fortunate Youth, “Left My Love in California”

Bounce Back, “Rizzoo Rizzoo”

Tim Wheatley, “78 Benz”

Young Gordon, “Finna Hit My Walk (feat. DJ T Time)”

In The Valley Below, “Peaches”

Wednesday Video Diversion: February 8, 2017

You’ve arrived here because your afternoon is slowing down and your eyelids are getting into “100 lbs” territory. The very least we can do is satisfy your boredom with a sufficient level of distraction! In odd music history, this day marks the 13th anniversary of that one time the British rock superstars known as Oasis had to cancel a gig because they got into a drunken brawl on a cross-channel ferry ride, eventually resulting in them being deported from Holland. Ah, the early nineties. Anywho, here’s a round-up of some awesome TuneCore Artist music videos!

 

Cal Harris Jr., “Airborne”


Distractor, “Devotion”


Titus, “Runnit (prod. Myles William)”


Doc Powell, “Love On Top”


Davina and the Vagabonds, “I’d Rather Go Blind (Live on PBS)”


Pak-Man, “Legends”


Duquette Johnston, “Dancing Song”


Goldyard, “Naomi (feat. Scotty ATL)”


Ershon Burgundy, “Dead Letter”


Fastball, “Love Comes in Waves”

Wednesday Video Diversion: February 1, 2017

Aaaaaand February is suddenly upon us. Looking beyond the still-groggy-start to a new year and crummy cold weather, we’re pleased to drop a great new line-up of music videos featuring a bunch of awesome TuneCore Artists! So join us in our weekly ritual of internet distraction and wonderful music and visuals:

Loose Buttons, “Thrill”


Ryan Upchurch, “Outlaw”


Jacquelyn Schreiber, “Beautiful Love”


Ellie Holcomb, “Find You Here”


Cocovan, “Summer Nights”


Sheer Mag, “Nobody’s Baby”


Transit, “We Don’t Say It Anymore (feat. Jocelyn Alice)”


SiR, “W$ Boi”


Queue, “More”

Wednesday Video Diversion: January 25, 2016

Got the late January blues? We’re back this week as always to hook you up with the audio-visual distraction needed to take you out of whatever kind of slumber you’ve fallen into this afternoon!

Ricky Raw, “Stay At Home”


Avery, “American Idiot”


Jonathan Terrell, “Color Me Lucky”


Sandra Lynn, “Bar Hoppin”


Lil Bibby, “Can’t Trust a Soul (WSHH Exclusive)”


Carns Hill, “OT3 Intro (feat. Blade Brown, Mental K, SDG & Youngs Teflon)”


FLETCHER, “Princess”


Jessie Reyez, “Figures”


Jacquelyn Schreiber, “Beautiful Love”

Wednesday Video Diversion: January 18, 2017

There’s something interesting about the date January 18th. Well, at least there was something pretty interesting happening on this date in the 1960s: in ’64, the Beatles entered the US Charts with ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand’ for the first time; a year later, the Stones recorded two iconic songs, ‘The Last Time’ and ‘Play With Fire’ with Phil Spector; and just two years later, The Jimi Hendrix Experience belted out ‘Hey Joe’ for the first time on Top of the Pops! Let us all revel in that classic rock trivia and distract ourselves with something a little more modern:

 


Chrysalis, “My Eternity”


Raylin Joy, “Sunny Grey”


Los Rabanes, “Funky Movimiento”


Epic Rap Battles of History, “Nice Peter vs. Epic Lloyd”


Lee Mazin, “I’m Her”


Nobigdyl., “Purple Dinosaur”


Lennon & Maisy, “Up and Up (Coldplay Cover)”


Ryan McCartan, “When You Went Away (Acoustic)”