Get the Latest from Beyoncé, Comeback Kid and Philly Moves in Our Music/Video Roundup
Published Jul 28, 2014If you've been putting off updating your music library, there's no time like the present — our Music/Video Roundup will help you find some music and video picks to freshen up your current playlists. Get your music video fix and hear some new tracks with this week's picks; click through to see what today's roundup has to offer.
Beyoncé revisited her 2003 hit "Crazy in Love" for the film version of the wildly popular erotic novel 50 Shades of Grey. Bey went with a more stripped-down approach for the film's teaser trailer. Listen to the sexed-up, 50 Shades version at the link above.
Then, check out a scorching live set from Canadian hardcore act Comeback Kid in their contribution to Vancouver-based web series Coastal Frequencies. The clip features three live songs, plus input from the band about their role in Canadian music. To see another homegrown Canadian act, watch the music video for "Fuxwitchu" by Ontario hip-hop act Philly Moves. The duo jam in an alleyway to a tune off their upcoming album, Olga, and you can see it at the link above.
Jeremy Fisher created his own music video for his single "Uh-Oh." Along with Fisher himself, the clip features cameos from featured artist Serena Ryder and a couple of disgraced politicians. When you're finished, move on to fellow Canucks Vogue Dots' scenic video for "Skinny Thing," and their Indica Sessions live performance of "Mercy." Click above to find both clips.
Finally, Canadian veteran singer-songwriter Art Bergmann's got a new song, "Drones of Democracy." Click to hear the fiery track, and to find details on his comeback Songs for the Underclass EP and upcoming tour.
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