Roah Summit’s “Take Care” off upcoming EP Giant

Roah Summit – Take Care from Kevin Clark on Vimeo. What strikes me about this song is how solid it is. It’s got a timeless feeling to it and the sentiments to ‘take care of my love’ is pretty universal. The video really gets to me, especially with the signs of struggle. Find more on… Roah Summit’s “Take Care” off upcoming EP Giant was originally published on Rhyme et Reason Continue reading Roah Summit’s “Take Care” off upcoming EP Giant

Video from St. Vincent and David Byrne – “Who”

David Byrne and St. Vincent’s song “Who” gets the video treatment in a black and white which certainly highlights their very different hair colors. The song is as good as ever and the dancing is pretty good. Not “Stop Making Sense” good but I liked the way that she tried to mimic him while he was dancing, and vice versa. Continue reading Video from St. Vincent and David Byrne – “Who”

Celebrate Shirley Manson’s Birth with “Big Bright World”!

Well, technically, this is a belated birthday post. Shirley Manson, rock icon/lead singer of Garbage, turned 46 yesterday. That’s right. F-o-u-r-t-y–s-i-x. And like a fine wine, Manson has gotten better with age–and in every way. For proof, check her out in the video for “Big Bright World,” Garbage’s latest single from the much acclaimed Not Your Kind of People. It’s good and gothy. Lots of black and white footage, christian iconography and, expectedly, bursts of color. The world is bigger and brighter for me many of us thanks to Shirley Manson so I thought it was only appropriate to do a … Continue reading Celebrate Shirley Manson’s Birth with “Big Bright World”!