Wednesday Video Diversion: February 21, 2018

Predictably, we’ve reached another Wednesday. If you’ve avoided slipping into REM-cycle sleep at this point in the afternoon, good for you! Just think: on this day back in 1968, Pink Floyd hit the EMI studios in London to get started on their debut album, Piper At The Gates of Dawn (an important rock ‘n roll album!) — meanwhile, four gents named John, Paul, George and Ringo were down the hall chipping away at a record that’d be known as Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. That’s a lotta British rock power in one building! With that weekly dose of random music trivia, we present another stunning lineup of TuneCore Artist music videos to distract and delight:

 

LoveCollide, “Mother of the Son”


DeVante, “Gin & Juice”


James Quick, “Oceanside”


Josh Grider, “Good People”


Knox Fortune, “Lil Thing”


BOOTS, “Delete Delete (feat. Run The Jewels & Cristin Milioti)”


Raz Simone, “Clout”


Peach Pit, “Drop The Guillotine”


Stars and Rabbit, “Man Upon the Hill”


CupcakKe, “Fullest”

Wednesday Video Diversion: February 14, 2018

Happy Valentines Day, music lovers and makers! It may be that boring old middle-of-the-week mark, but at least this time around we know that love truly is in the air. Speaking of such love, it was on this holiday in 1994 that the BELOVED Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain was released by indie rockers Pavement! An iconic album for the genre by a band that independent artists still nod to for inspiration today, we’re happy to celebrate go-getters who were making music outside the box – because that’s what he help our artists do! Now, enjoy this week’s round-up of TuneCore Artist music videos.

 


James Quick, “Oceanside”


MESSER, “Make This Life”


Pop Evil, “Waking Lions”


LIEZA, “Don’t Make Me Dance”


Vundabar, “Acetone”


Kelsy Karter, “Out Of Drugs”


Bishop Nehru, “Midnight Reflecting”


Jessie Clement, “Heartbreak Hero”


Katie Herzig, “Walk Through Walls”


Dancing On Tables, “OH”

Wednesday Video Diversion: January 31, 2018

Last Wednesday of January, people! Per usual, we’re celebrating with a new round-up of TuneCore Artist music videos. Speaking of celebrating, did you know that on this day in 1990, The Stone Roses (one of this editor’s personal favs) celebrated receiving “conditional bail” in a court after trashing their record labels’ offices, causing £23,000 in damages! To here’s their freedom, their iconic self titled release, and of course, the distracting power of music videos:

 


Ray Vic, “Captain Kirk”


Russ, “Psycho (Pt. 2)”


Flori Mumajesi, “Beautiful (feat. Led Vula)”


Emma Davis, “Danger In Me”


Anya Marina, “I Won’t Back Down (Cover)”


Men I Trust, “Tailwhip”


Fito Blanko, “Meneo”


Mishegas, “With You”


Niniola, “Maradona”


Diljit Dosanjh, “Do You Know”


Sinach, “Way Maker”

Wednesday Video Diversion: January 24, 2018

Another week, another Wednesday jumping out at you midweek to remind you that you’ve still got a few more to go before the weekend arrives. A fun music industry historical moment that occurred on January 24th back in 1962: Brian Epstein signed a managerial contract with The Beatles – claiming 25% of earnings! 10% is a standard deal, reminding us all that history provides plenty of lessons to ponder on. Be sure to read our management interview series from a couple of years back for more insight there – and enjoy this week’s round-up of TuneCore Artist music videos!

 


Daniel Pearson, “Waves In The Sea”


GATSON, “Bulletproof”


Justen Harden, “Memory Lane (Acoustic)”


SLOWKISS, “Erase Me”


Siergio, “Catching Vibes”


SiR, “Something Foreign (feat. ScHoolboy Q)”


Stick Figure,”Above the Storm”


Muscadine Bloodline, “Porch Swing Angel”


Payung Teduh, “Akad”


Ex Battalion, “Hayaan Mo Sila (feat. O.C. Dawgs)”

Wednesday Video Diversion: January 17, 2018

Happy Slowest Day in the Middle of the Week! When you find your afternoon creeping by like molasses, TuneCore is here to distract you with great music videos from our massive community of independent artists. Also, would you ever have known that on THIS DAY in music history, the legendary metal group Motley Crue officially crue’d up and began their reign of rocking into the next decade. So maybe, just pretend that your Thursday will be even a tiny percentage of how cool it was to be Motley Crue for like, an hour. It’ll be here soon! For now…

 


Sheff G, “Welcome Home”


Northern National, “Love Is Fire”


Clairo, “Flaming Hot Cheetos”


Femke, “Call This”


The Walters, “I Love You So”


$UICIDEBOY$, “Paris”


Bryce Fox, “Horns”


Yomil y El Dany, “Pa’ Que Me Llamaste”

Wednesday Video Diversion: January 10, 2018

Happy Hump Day! On this day in random 2008 music history, rock legends Radiohead climbed to the top of the U.S. charts with their (in this editor’s opinion) phenomenal release, In Rainbows. Not only did they decide to focus on their instruments again, this album changed the way bands (and eventually other creators) looked at releasing content to their fans: the band offered it online for a ‘Name Your Price’ model. Cheers to innovation! Now, here’s another line up of awesome TuneCore Artist music videos:

Mannywellz, “Making of ‘Wrong Place’ (BTS)”


Prids, “Do I Look Like I’m In Love?”


Stephen, “Crossfire”


Ezra Collective, “Enter The Jungle”


Goldyard, “MXE (feat. Young Lyxx & Jarren Benton)”


Lolo Zouaï, “High Highs to Low Lows”


Forever In Your Mind, “Smooth”


Porcelan, “Real Thing Don’t Change”