Eden Warsaw’s Latest Single “Somebody Tell Me”

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Eden Warsaw is sharing with us his single “Somebody Tell Me”.  This single has a nice strong rock/pop feel and the vocals come through great.  It is a more serious song that Eden is wanting people to consider and contemplate what he is singing about, because many people have these feelings.  “Somebody Tell Me” is from his Calm the Coast LP and Eden is sharing the single with us through SoundCloud – Richard:

Vixen Season 2 Trailer

The CW Seed is giving everyone season 2 of Vixen.  I enjoy how they have included this animated series in with the TV shows.  Check out season 2’s trailer from CW’s YouTube channel:

“Up” AMV

After the last post we need to lighten it up a bit.  So for that lets go with an AMV.  This one is from AMVFactoryXx simply titled “Up AMV”.  The single featured is Olly Murs “Up” that features Demi Lovato and it is edited around the anime Say I Love You.  Enjoy from AMVFactoryXx’ YouTube channel:

Mt. Wolf’s Music Video for “Heavenbound”

Mt. Wolf is sharing with our listeners again.  This time it is their music video for their single “Heavenbound”.  This single is very heavy and the vocals add to that sense of foreboding.  The music video tells the story of a man that hasn’t had the best life and is in the process of losing said life in the hospital that he has been brought into with what looks to be a gunshot wound.  This is one that you will have to be in the right mood for, it’s not a happy go lucky song, it’s one that draws you in and makes you think about life in general.  You can find their new album Aetherlight from your digital vendor of choice.  Here’s Mt. Wolf’s music video through their VEVO YouTube channel – Richard:

Great Library Series Trailer

Have you been keeping up with Rachel Caine’s Great Library series?  Book three, Ash and Quill, is set for a July 11 release.  Here’s the short trailer through Penquin Books USA YouTube channel:

Christopher Hawley’s Single “9 Tattoos”

“9 Tattoos” is a fun song by Christopher Hawley.  It has a great light hearted rhythm that brings a smile to my face, right out of the box.  It is also, what Logan and I would consider, a story song, which we both love.  The lyrics that Christopher sings progresses in a linear fashion.  This single reminds for what Paul Simon did with “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover”.  It’s just a fun single.  You probably heard Christopher’s music if you caught it spotlighted on The Good Guys and NFL AM.  I definitely want to hear more from Christopher.  See if you can stop yourself from groovin’ and singing with Christopher Hawley’s “9 Tattoos” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Flatliners Trailer

Yet another remake of an older movie.  Will this Flatliners be decent like the first one.  They have updated it and changed some things, but the core concept of the story is still there.  You have to wonder…why are they taking on Kevin Bacon?  I’ll check it out just cause I love horror flicks.  Here’s the trailer from MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel:

Brad Byrd’s Music Video for “Highest Mountain”

Brad Byrd has that mid-range baritone voice that is easy to listen to.  With “Highest Mountain” he is working that mix of pop/country, with the pop sound being the most prominent style.  It kind of falls in between genres like John Denver’s music did, it’s pop but not quite pop and it’s country but not quite country.  For me this style works and I enjoyed the single with the instrumentals and vocals working really well together to fit Brad’s voice.  Brad’s music has been feature on The New Girl, Happy Endings, American Housewife, Ben & Kate, and Keeping Up with the Kardashians.  The music video fits the single with it taking place on an actual mountain.  It is also interesting that the director used a drone in the mountain’s to get the shots for the video.  Here’s Brad Byrd’s music video “Highest Mountain” from his album by the same name – Richard:

In This Corner of the World Trailer

In This Corner of the World might be in the style of old school anime, but it looks to be a really well done movie.  It is getting an August 11 release in select theaters and then I’m sure it will move into it’s DVD/Blu-ray sales for North America.  This will be one that, if given a chance, will appeal to people that might not really watch anime.  Here’s the subbed trailer through FUNimation’s YouTube channel: