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Nightfly lists his preferred picks among last week's newly released music videos.
Chasing The Matrix: Music Video Week in Review (week of 4/1/12)
This week's WiR entry starts off with more Katy Perry love, a glimpse inside Kip Moore's recording process, a live Spring Break performance from Carly Rae Jepsen and an interesting video short I thought belonged out-of-competition. But before jumping into the fun I thought I'd share a link to The Daily Mirror's newly released list of what they consider the Top 10 Sexiest Music Videos EVER! I'm sure we'd all have different lists and I don't necessarily agree with theirs still I figured it was interesting enough to share - plus, sexy videos, duh. This edition also features two three-way ties for Favorite Video of the Week and Runner Up.
Country artist Kip Moore's been posting a "Get to Know Kip Moore" webseries over at CMT I (surprisingly) only learned of last week. His most recent webisode titled, "Recording the Album," hit the web last Monday. Watch Episode Four here and catch all the way up by screening the first three webisodes here.
Drummers and music fans in general can likely appreciate the new multi-part webseries spotlghting the Vic Firth Factory Tour. The most recent part (as of this writing) is its seventeenth but my favorite entry was episode sixteen. You can start the series with its first chapter here or introduce yourself to the series with Part 16 like I (inadvertently) did. Numerous world-famous drummers (of multiple musical styles) appear interviewed in each webisode along the way.
This intriguing video from last week was, imo, unique enough - if only for its use of nudity - to deserve highlighting here separate and apart from the rest. The track, titled "Technology" by Destructo, can be viewed unedited here (NSFW). It's definitely a steely cold story 'chasing The Matrix.'
Pop sensation Carly Rae Jepsen recently performed her hit single "Call Me Maybe" Live for MTV's Spring Break party and the clip hit the web last Wednesday. Since I dig the song I've watched the (below) clip a lot so I couldn't not share it with you all, enjoy.
Thanks as always for joining the chase, I trust something here captured your interest, if not, please consider looking through one of my other two columns here at The Outhouse. Have a Great Week ahead & Keep Your Groove On!