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The best music on the web this week…
Arctic Monkeys – Brick By Brick
Sheffield’s finest are back with a retro-sounding new song, vocals by drummer Matt Helder and a Josh Homme-esque guitar solo. The song is taken from their forthcoming album due in the summer.
Uber-catchy electronic pop from the Swedish duo who release their brilliant debut single Manners through Neon Gold (who first brought Passion Pit and Marina & The Diamonds to our attention amongst others).
Listen at Neon Gold
Kimbra – Settle Down
Rich and imaginative vocal pop from a Melbourne-based Kiwi called Kimbra Johnson (pictured). It’s a little bit jazzy and totally magnetic. Check out the music video too for some more awesomeness.
Foster The People
Welcome to your new Summer jam. It’s called Pumped Up Kicks and it’s a funky whistle-infused ray of pop light from a band based in Los Angeles. Make it happen.
Listen at Aerial Noise
Live The Sheen Dream
Winning isn’t easy. Just ask Charlie Sheen. Next time you pick a fight with a warlock consult this site for some “bitchin’” Sheen advice.
Seemingly aiming to be an Irish version of Funny Or Die, OMFJ is collating Irish comedy videos in one place.
They Draw & Cook
Illustrated recipes by artists from around the world.
The newest music video from the pair’s remix collaboration takes a mini-documentary form. The story of a New York female boxer and her son are the visual accompaniment to the song’s minimal piano house feel.
More info at Dazed.
Dogs fight back against the internet’s predilection towards cats by reminding us mere humans of their ability to ride bikes and walk in a hind-legged chorus.
Five-year-old Rowan is joined by her father for a cover of Caitlin Rose’s Own Side Now.
It’s the old man dancing to techno video that is currently launching a 1000 other versions.
Three bored but resourceful Cork School of Music students recreate Flight Of The Bumblebee with 101 beer bottles. They have also played Vittorio Monti’s Csárdás on 146 bottles.