Artist Video Tuesday

    Artist Video Tuesday: Julian Bell "Who Am I"

    This week, we feature the latest release, “Who Am I,” from rising singer/songwriter, Julian Bell. Julian’s success comes from the unyielding pursuit of mastering his craft, merging a variety of genres and styles into a sound of his own, and endlessly seeking opportunities to develop his career. Check out the results of Julian’s passion in this very creative video below. By: Christopher Rucks, Music Dealers

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Nyzzy Nyce "Nights Like This"

    Music Dealers features “Nights Like This,” the upbeat and energetic club record from Fort Wayne’s own, Nyzzy. Nyzzy’s brand of hip hop is defined by fun, laid-back vocals over an eclectic array of trap-infused drums, feel good melodic synths, and trunk-rattling 808s. He’s a rare breed of artist who combines his sensibility for social entrepreneurship, altruistic nature, and passion-fueled lyrical ability to create infectious music. He says, “I do something, I fall into it, and I don’t stop.”

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    Artist Video Tuesday: The Damn Choir "Creatures"

    This week, Music Dealers features The Damn Choir’s “Creatures,” a fantastic song built with strong lyrics and an earthy, organic feel. Formed in 2009, the band easily blends folk and rock with deep lyrics and themes of religion. The band has attracted critical approval, with Chicago blog Gapers Block describing them thusly on the release of their first album. You’re My Secret Called Fire: “Elegance. It’s the overwhelming quality that’s

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Tigermonkey "OCD ADD"

    This week, Music Dealers features the latest video from the fun, genre-bending duo Tigermonkey, hailing out of the UK. Tigermonkey self-describes their sound as “Gangsta-Nerd’, which is basically a non hypster Indie / hip hop clash with touches of Trap music and Moombahton.” Their newest single,“OCD ADD,” follows in their tradition of fat beats and cheeky lyrics.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Giving Tree Band "Cold Cold Rain"

    Music Dealers’ artists produce a lot of great videos, but it isn’t often that we get to showcase an animated, stop-motion project, especially one with banjo fiddlin’ skeletons. This week’s feature comes from The Giving Tree Band and their song, “Cold Cold Rain.” “These rockers cultivate a sound that mirrors their namesake, with soulful vocals and heartfelt musicianship that hearkens back to classic American Folk.” It’s a very fun and creative visual project from an amazing band of true musicians.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Jason Aaron Coons "Nations"

    It’s not often you come across an indie pop/rock song rife with so much emotion and meaning. “Nations,” by Jason Aaron Coons, is such a song, capturing the feeling of rebellion through thought-provoking lyrics and driving production. And song is visually well represented through great cinematography and lighting, which perfectly tell the story.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Estate + Liquid Pegasus - "Tendency"

    Estate is two friends from Minneapolis, MN who started out making music in 2003 in various bedrooms and basements. Gathering support and momentum, they started releasing material and formed a 3 piece live group. Estate has garnered over two dozen television show placements in addition to touring Europe, producing remixes, and creating awesome music videos. And speaking of awesome music videos, Estate recently partnered with Tokyo futurist Liquid Pegasus for a joint single, “Tendency.”

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Locksley "The Whip"

    Locksley, hailing from Wisconsin, is a four-piece pop-rock band that cleverly captures the essence of the British invasion while infusing the styles of American punk and garage.  Without a doubt, they are a prime example of how to make great, licensable music without even focusing on it - they just have “it.”

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    Artist Video Tuesday: The Wyld "Confusion"

    The Wyld built their original sound into something truly impressive, fusing the vocal intimacy of Bon Iver with the power of The Black Keys and a post-Kanye swagger. Combined with a healthy dose of soundtrack cinematics, Mo’s versatile raps, and Black’s warm vocals, The Wyld deftly balances its influences to create progressive music firmly future-oriented.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Ana Free "No Other Way"

    British-Portuguese pop artist, Ana Free, has been building an impressive brand since 2008. Multiple charting songs while opening for some of the industry’s biggest artists is only the beginning for this bright pop star.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: 2/3 Goat "Stream of Conscience"

    23 Goat (pronounced: Two-Thirds Goat) is fronted by lead singers Annalyse McCoy & Ryan Dunn, the band’s melding of alt-country, bluesy bluegrass and classic rock echo the core members’ diverse roots: Annalyse descended directly from the infamous McCoys of Eastern Kentucky, and Ryan deeply rooted in the beach culture of southern New Jersey.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: EarlyRise "Oblivious" (Lyric Video)

    Founded in 2009, EarlyRise set out on a unique journey, mixing the poetic side of music with the edgier side of rock. Their sound explores many levels of experiences and emotions, each song is unique in style and point of view.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Quiet Company "The Emasculated Man and the City That Swallowed Him"

    Austin-based Indie Rock outfit, Quiet Company, has become a household name in Texas, while making a name for themselves nationally for their energetic live shows and anthemic, dynamic “Arcade Fire meets Weezer” sound. Formed in 2005, Taylor Muse (guitar/vocals) and his band mates have spent much of their time in increasingly rarefied air; playing late night talk shows (Carson Daly), performing at the Austin City Limits Festival, setting a record crowd for radio station KGSR’s Blues On The Green outdoor concert series, recording a session in the original studio of the iconic “Austin City Limits” television show and winning a record-shattering 10 Austin Music Awards.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: AVIAN "Losing"

    The alternative rock group Avian (formerly Avian Sunrise) formed in the latter part of 2008 during the frigid winter months in South Dakota. Shortly after their establishment as a band, vocalist Bryan Wehrkamp’s sister lost her battle with depression. This tragedy would become a major driving force for Wehrkamp and the rest of the members to write music that can connect with others, no matter what facet of life one is going through. Meeting the listener at eye-level with each song has and always will be the group’s central purpose when writing and performing.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Vic & Gab "Let You Down"

    Milwaukee-by-way-of-Texas sisters Victoriah and Hannah Gabriela formed the duo Vic And Gab in 2011. Their sound has been described as “irresistible vocals and an alternative flare” and “catchy, jangly pop rock tunes” - you will see why their sound will get stuck in your head hours after the record stops

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Izabo "I Like It"

    Izabo creates spoonfuls of tasty alternative pop featuring high-to-ultra-high vocals, twisting and expressive Arab-flavoured guitar work, powerfully funky basslines, arrogantly catchy keyboards and intense disco beats. With such a distinct sound, Izabo have established themselves as one of Israel’s most absorbing live acts.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Joy Valencia "Don't Wake The Lion"

    Joy Valencia is a quirky Los Angeles based indie pop artist that creates music with rich vocal harmonies, incense and a peppermint twist. Her main goals in creating music are self-expression and having fun, nothing else matters if those two elements are hit during the process.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Halos "Amalgam"

    Halos, described as a cross between Coldplay and Brand New, was birthed when lead singer, Dan Lyman, at the young age of 16, sorrowfully departed from home. Overburdened by his parent’s strict religious beliefs, which removed music and friendships from his teenage years, Dan took to the streets, living unstably as a homeless vagabond in a van until music became the one constant in his life.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: 90 Pounds of Pete "Promiseland"

    90 Pounds of Pete is the exciting new project being undertaken by Peter Martin, a New Orleans-via-Chicago songwriter who, after spending the past several years playing and touring in indie rock bands, has refocused his attention on creating a series of electro-pop party anthems that are finally ready to be shared with the world.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Steph Yeager "Western Sky"

    With a gripping, emotive voice and guitar skills to match, Stephanie Yeager’s songwriting makes you feel as though you’re on the most exciting road trip of your life. Her passionate folk songs draw from the influence of country, soul, gospel, indie-pop, and blues.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Carla Morrison "Disfruto"

    Grammy-Nominated Latin pop star Carla Morrison creates music with pedals, clips, and loops, along with a keyboard and electroacoustic guitar effects. She innovatively builds deep and lushly layered songs through which you can truly feel the emotion in her music.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: La Fleur Fatale "Beautiful Stranger"

    La Fleur Fatale is a psychedelic, power pop & full-on rock band that emerged from the wreckage of one of Sweden’s most promising bands, Planet Superfly. That dysfunctional and psyched-out arrangement came to an end but resulted in a new, glorious, musical dawning with a spectacular sunrise largely due to the arrival of new manager, Papa Bear. His spiritual, inspired and persuasive methods led the musicians to put aside their differences and embark on a psychedelic journey of sound after years of apathy and opiate-induced confrontations.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Mohandas "Mohandas"

    This young, funk driven, bossa nova influenced band, fits under the label MPB (musica pop brasileira – brasilian pop music). Their shows are a throwback, hippy-influenced mania with twirly dancers and screaming fans.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Blue Hawaii "Reaction II"

    Blue Hawaii tells the story of a luxurious paradise through their music. The duo consists of Raph and Agor; they use voice, guitars, synths, drum machines, and other electronics to create a kind of tropical-pop with love-ache melodies and experimental club rhythms.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Sapient "Pieces Of Paper"

    A rising indie star in the age of major label apocalypse, Sapient pours fuel on the fire by providing his fans with entirely self-produced, multi-textured melodic arrangements and relevant, personal lyricism. His massive yearly output of thought-provoking solo projects, genre defying collaborations and dope instrumentals keeps his fanbase rocking his music year-around.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Grimes "Genesis"

    There is a powerful harmony in Canadian pop artist Grimes. It is a project which is both musical and visual, embodying the arts of 2D, performance, dance, video and sound. Her newest album, Visions, incorporates influences as wide as Enya, TLC and Aphex Twin, drawing from genres like New Jack Swing, IDM, New Age, K-pop, Industrial and glitch. This approach has marked Grimes as a curator of culture, and allowed the project to remain flexible and evolving.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: That Noise "Everywhere You Are"

    Cutting their teeth in the So Cal underground house party and Downtown Los Angeles art scenes, That Noise purposefully colors outside the lines and their sonic penmanship is an explosive and stimulating aural antidote for the pop-weary.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: The Noise FM "Every Other Word"

    Writing, recording and touring for over 10 years together, brothers Austin and Alex Ward formed The Noise FM in 2005. Playing melodic, beat-driven alternative rock, the band’s music has earned favorable comparisons to Muse, Bloc Party, and The Killers.

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    ArtistVideo Tuesday: AUDAC "Back To The Future"

    AUDAC is a Brazillian band that mixes electronic elements into their dreamy rock tracks.  They have mastered the art of using sounds you wouldn’t expect to hear in rock music — they just make everything fit together so perfectly.    

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Marina V "Run"

    Marina V is an award-winning Russian-American recording pop artist, singer and songwriter. Raised in Moscow during tumultous times of the post USSR madness and bravely coming to America by herself at 15, Marina had to grow up fast and work hard to pursue her dream of making music for a living. Perhaps that’s why her songs have a haunting, at times dark, yet inspired poetic depth and emotional maturity beyond her years. LA Times praises Marina for her “hauntingly beautiful” voice and The Washington Post describes her songs as “melodic and passionate”.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Bean "Cops And Robbers"

    Bean, born Noelle Bean was raised in Nashville and, for the past six years, she has made her home in in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She writes her own music, personally describing it as “mainstream pop with a bit of the old 50s and 60s retro vibe.”  Teen.com described her as a mix between Adele and Amy Winehouse.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Salme Dahlstrom "Sexy Punk"

    Salme Dahlstrom has a sound and fearlessness that reminds you of the young Madonna and Lady Gaga, her electronic dance music is for the dance floors around the world. Her first album, The Acid Cowgirl Audio Trade was hailed as one of the best dance albums of 2008, and became a success on the licensing side when every song off the album was licensed, a first for a female artist and a feat that lead The Wall Street Journal to crown Salme “The Licensing Queen.”

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Radical Something "We Were Just Kids"

    Radical Something is an L.A. based trio comprised of California-natives Loggy (MC, Guitarist), Josh Cocktail (Vocalist), and Big Red (Producer, Vocalist). The band embodies a feel-good attitude through elements of hip-hop, reggae, R&B, Rock and Pop, with relatable song-writing that connects powerfully with young people everywhere. Their newest single was just released yesterday and is getting a lot of attention. On the day of it’s release, it hit #1 on Twitter Music’s Emerging Song list as well as cracked the itunes top 100 Alternative Songs chart.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Tommy Ludgate "One Way Woman"

    London’s very own, Tommy Ludgate recently released her newest EP called ‘The Mighty EP’.  Tommy’s sound is very soulful and her voice really grabs your attention.  The first single off her EP is called “One Way Woman” which showcases her smooth, soulful voice along with her powerful songwriting ability.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Riff Knives "Fire"

    Hailing from Sweden, Riff Knives challenge the borderlines of musical genres like no other band.  Their sound spawns a unique sound with a foothold in rap, rock and funk mixed with clicks of fusion and jazz.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: 90 Pounds of Pete "Arms"

    90 Pounds of Pete is the exciting new project being undertaken by Peter Martin, a New Orleans-via-Chicago songwriter who, after spending the past several years playing and touring in indie rock bands, has refocused his attention on creating a series of electro-pop party anthems that are finally ready to be shared with the world.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: The Bynars "Every Little Thing You Love"

    Boston’s The Bynars do pop right catchy, hooky fervor, jangly guitars, warm and soaring synths. These songs are for putting on repeat. They have been described as “If Weezer and The B-52’s got drunk and hooked up, their offspring would be The Bynars.”

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Jason Aaron Coons "Best Friend"

    Jason Aaron Coons has positioned himself to be one of modern music’s most exciting new artists to watch. His anthemic, heavily melodic, and ultra-personal songs have found positive resonance with his devotees and music media alike.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Oh No Not Stereo "Static Friction Heart"

    Oh No Not Stereo formed in 2003Mykul Lee from Oklahoma, Skyler Nielsen out of Utahthis pair immediately lit up the Los Angeles night skyline with their hard and fast, yet always melodic and original, dynamic rock ‘n’ roll. Taking their DIY ethic to the highest possible degree, Nielsen sings and plays nearly everythingfrom guitars, to keyboards, to basswhile Lee provides drums, acoustic guitars, and piano, to name but a few weapons in their combined arsenal.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Matty Rico "Sweet Home Chicago"

    Matty Rico is a hip hop artist and producer from Chicago, Illinois. He does things to music that will make your ears bend. It’s kind of a gift and a curse.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Midnight Spin "Neuroin"

    Midnight Spin formed below the streets of Brooklyn in 2008, writing and performing music as powerful and commanding as the roaring JMZ trains and chaotic neighborhood blocks that bustle just above their basement rehearsal space. Their debut LP “Don’t Let Me Sleep” showcases the five members of the band at their best - distilling immediately melodic, to-the-point songwriting throughout the course of twelve songs, while displaying inspired ambition and comfort playing at both ends of the volume spectrum.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Big Gigantic "Nocturnal" - NYE Aragon Ballroom

    Big Gigantic, whose blend of mind-bending beats, thunderous bass, and frenetic melodies has developed a rabid following since forming in 2008. With a provocative sound that’s as thoughtful as it is danceable, Big Gigantic’s new songs weave whirling melodies into addictive beats and samples that wouldn’t sound out of place on a Kanye West or LCD Soundsystem single. No genre is off-limits for Big Gigantic, whose breakthrough sound channels everything from funk and dub-step to house and hip-hop.  

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Coyote Kisses [Live 2012] "Acid Wolfpack"

    Electronic duo Coyote Kisses has been mesmerizing listeners worldwide with their explosive new sound and prolific compositional technique. In a scene full of cookie cutter complextro producers and “womp womp” brosteppers, Coyote Kisses’ intrinsic musicality is more than just refreshing. It’s awe inspiring. Check out a video summing up some of their live shows in 2012 featuring one of our favorites from them “Acid Wolfpack!”

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Ryan Silverman "If Only In My Mind"

    Ryan Silverman’s impressive vocal range has allowed him to move smoothly across various genres including pop, symphony concerts, big band, opera and traditional musical theatre. You can tell through his songs and videos he truly loves making music and entertaining. Check out the video for his single “If Only In My Mind” below:

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    Artist Video Tuesday: NorthRock360 "Need You Tonight"

    In the already exclusive selection of new Latino music in Chicago, comes a renaissance to transform the standard of the Latino industry. Midwest’s promising artists, OutBreak and U-N-I, work collaboratively and individually on a variety of artistically engaged projects to form NorthRock. They have won numerous awards and shared the stage with some of the biggest Latin artists including Daddy Yankee, Aventura, Alexis Y Fido & many more. Check out

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    Artist Video Tuesday: 047 "Don't Stop"

    Building off yesterday’s Chiptune / 8-Bit post, we are bringing you a video for one of the songs on that playlist.  Music Dealers artist 047 has been heavy in the electronic scene of Sweden since their Christmas chiptune album dropped in 2001.  Although they are growing apart from the chiptune sound a bit, you can still hear influences in their new electronic music.  Check out the song “Don’t Stop” below that is heavy in the chiptune genre.  

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Hits "Madness"

    Music Dealers artist Hits, is a New York City band to the core - both gritty and sleek, confident yet volatile, with a touch of vulnerability that’s never quite healed from past heartbreak. With undeniably catchy melodies, anthemic choruses, and playful lyrical wit, Hits have positioned themselves to make some noise this year.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Sugar Kane "Rockstar"

    Music Dealers artist Sugar Kane is self-sustainable and consolidated as one of the major brazilian punk rock bands.  They manage to keep the integrity and humility, even after more than 700 concerts in the curriculum, inside and outside Brazil.  Check out the video for their song “Rockstar” below and let us know what you think.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Flowers "For Anytime"

    Music Dealers Artist, Flowers, is an indie-rock trio formed in 2007 in Italy. Although they are strongly influenced by Supergrass, The Fratellis and Oasis, they have managed to forge their own sound. Catchy melodies, punchy drums and dreamy guitar riffs will leave you wanting more. Check out their song “For Anytime” below and let us know what you think.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Needmore "Lost My Way"

    Self made. No gimmicks. Meet NEEDMORE. Hailing from Ohio, they have shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the industry.  With their epic instrumentation behind their catchy lyrics, it is no surpise their fan base is growing so rapidly.

    Check out the video for the single “Lost My Way” off their “Back at the Start” EP and let us know what you think!

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Ian Clement "Little Knife"

    Apart from exorcizing his demons as frontman of Wallace Vanborn, Ian Clement has recently outed himself as a willful singer songwriter on his own. Bringing a deep, intimate voice to the set, with both dark and bright songs, Clement conjures an original world, packed with a lot of imagination.

    Check out the video for the lead single “Little Knife” off his upcoming album and let us know what you think!

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    Artist Video Tuesday: StellaBella “Olhar Improvável”

    StellaBella is a rock band from Brazil with influences shining through their sound from indie rock, brit rock, punk rock and pop rock. I guess you can say their sound resembles a boiling pot of many different rock types all mixing together.  What they make is truly special!

    Check out the video for their song “Olhar Improvável” below and let us know what you think!

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Shadows on Stars "Out Of My Head"

    Shadows on Stars makes music with graspable indie pop sensibility, but there’s also this unavoidable punk-ish, new wave-ish element that keeps things sharp and interesting. They know how to craft a really solid pop song, but they also know how to loosen up the screws a bit.

    Check out the video for their song “Out of my Head” below and let us know what you think!

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    Artist Video Tuesday: The Ivorys "She Needs The Money"

    Music Dealers exclusive band, The Ivorys, are definitely making some noise in Chicago and beyond. Harnessing a love of gritty classic rock and 70s punk, this power trio delivers driving rock and roll at its purest.

    Check out the video for their song “She Needs The Money” below and let us know what you think!

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Emanuel And The Fear "All We All"

    Emanuel and the Fear have been advised to explain what they sound like. They can’t, however, seem to agree on a genre classification since the only thing all 6 of them can agree on is that Marvin Gaye’s rendition of the Star Spangled Banner at the 1983 NBA all-star game is a brilliant piece of music. If you call them a rock band, nobody will be offended.

    Check out the video for their song “All We All” below and let us know what you think!

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Bullet & Snowfox "Supergirl"

    Have you ever wondered what a mouth full of candy flavored knuckle sandwiches would be like?  Just listen to Bullet & Snowfox.  Their combination of intoxicating synth-pop beats, aggressive guitar hooks and piss and vinegar attitude guarantees an ass shaking good time whenever these savages are around.

    Check out the video for their song “Supergirl” below and let us know what you think!

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Matthew Santos "Burning Up"

    Music Dealers Exclusive artist Matthew Santos gained a lot of steam with his feature on Lupe Fiasco’s Grammy nominated song “Super Star.” Last week Matthew released the video for his single “Burning Up” available for licensing exclusively through Music Dealers!  

    Check out the video below and let us know what you think.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Newmaik "La Dura"

    This week, Music Dealers artist Newmaik released the video for his song “La Dura” found on the “Electro 40 Latino“ compilation which reached the #1 spot on Itunes Dance Spain a few weeks back.  

    Check out and dance to Newmaik’s video below hot off the presses.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Enzyme Dynamite "Bring It Back"

    We placed Enzyme’s song “Bring It Back” in a Nike ad and then were notified he was making a video for it.  We were excited to see it so when they sent it over we had to share it with y’all. 

    Check out Enzyme’s new video for his single “Bring It Back” that just dropped last week.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Kaye Fox "She Can Have You"

    You may recognize Music Dealers artist Kaye Fox’s voice featured on a few recent albums from hip hop and R&B powerhouses, Kanye West, Rick Ross, Richard Ashcroft (The Verve), Big Sean, J. Cole, Nas, Common & more. Chicago continues its rich tradition of breeding some of the most soulful and prolific singers, songwriters and producers. Check out Kaye’s new video for her single “She Can Have You” that just dropped last week.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound "Sister Ray Charles"

    What does post-punk soul look like? Six and a half feet of raw emotion and sweat, with one leather boot planted in gutsy R&B, the other in taut minimalist grind. Snarling at the crowd beneath an afro pompadour, while indulging in a sly wink, singing to you directly, and here to make you dance. What does post-punk soul look like? It looks like JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound. Check

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Apollo Run "The Inevitable Small Rebellions"

    Apollo Run writes mountain-conquering songs. They’re not trying to earn a wink from some gal, they’re taking over the world, so it helps that their big-hearted myth rock is crafted by three dudes who don’t mind getting sweaty out there. Below is the official video for the opening track “The Inevitable Small Rebellions” from their debut full length record, Here Be Dragons, Vol. III that releases today! Let us know what you think.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: That Noise "Love Remains"

    Cutting their teeth in the So Cal underground house party and Downtown Los Angeles art scenes, That Noise purposefully colors outside the lines and their sonic penmanship is an explosive and stimulating aural antidote for the pop-weary. Their video for “Love Remains” drops today and we wanted to give you all the first look - let us know how you like the new video!

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Vera Flash "Hustle"

    Self taught producer and singer, Vera Flash started to focus on music after years of theater training and stage work. She was heavily influenced by electronic musicians Lorn, Machinedrum, Gorillaz, Aphex Twin, Boyz Noize, and Prodigy before setting out to define her own style. Judging by her first single, “Hustle,” we’d say her style landed in a fantastic place.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Smokey Robotic "Forever My Love"

    Smokey Robotic is a four-member supergroup. Singer/Songwriters Seer & Father Dude are backed by the production duo of Illmind and Konrad OldMoney. Check out the video for their song “Forever My Love” posted below. This video proves that they have mastered the craft of “Superfuturisticmusicmakingpeoplehappy.”

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Eyedea & Abilities "Smile"

    For more than a decade, Eyedea & Abilities have played an important role in the development of the emerging underground Hip Hop scene, alongside friends Atmosphere, Aesop Rock, EL-P, the Living Legends, Sage Francis, Blueprint and more. Always pushing the boundaries, Eyedea & Abilities have not only grown but have elevated their individual talents and once again, successfully brought them together in their latest single “Smile.”

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Alex Goot "Lightning"

    Today we are presenting one of our awesome up-and-coming pop artists, Alex Goot. With over 105 million views on YouTube to date, you might recognize the 22-year-old rising star from his covers of Kati Perry or Oasis . Or maybe you recognize him from one of his recent music videos where he showcases his talent as a one man band; playing enough instruments to keep a five piece ensemble sweating. Fresh off the release of his newest album, In Your Atmosphere, comes his first single “Lightning.” The video features some of Goot’s impressive piano skills that provide the backbeat for this incredibly catchy tune.

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    Artist Video Tuesday: Tiger Love "Summer Rain"

    Every Tuesday we will be presenting a video from one of our awesome artists for all you to enjoy and discover some new tunes. Today we are presenting our band Tiger Love from New York. They made the move from London a few months ago and have been building steam in the Big Apple ever since. Today they released a video for their new single “Summer Rain” - check it out below!

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