PCM’s Video Picks Of The Day

(PCM) We are pleased to bring you a smattering of some of our top music video picks of the day across a variety of both musical styles and genres.

  • Since first bursting on to the scene in 2008, Breathe Carolina has struck an inimitable alchemy between electronic music and rock, vaulting them continually ahead of the curve and into a lane of their own. The band has recently unleashed the music video for “I Don’t Know What I’m Doing (Reboot)” featuring Oscar Olivo.

  • New Years Day are gearing up for the upcoming release of their new album “Epidemic” set to drop on November 18th. The band recently premiered their new song “The Joker” with Hot Topic and are getting ready to hit the road for a winter tour with The Birthday Massacre beginning on November 9th!

  • Taking a page from heroes Metallica and Gun N’ Roses, Los Angeles breakthrough metal act, Butcher Babies, recently released an EP of cover tunes, titled Uncovered, and are currently touring North America in support of it. The band has recently debuted their music video for “They’re Coming To Take Me Away” which was originally recorded by Napoleon XIV. Butcher Babies will be on the road with Black Label Society and Hatebreed beginning this December!

  • The Southern California native, Jarell Perry, made a start for himself recording homemade demos at his UCLA dorm, fronting bands around campus, and even songwriting for acts like Chris Brown, Diplo, Timbaland, and others. However, it wasn’t until a chance meeting with rising producer HSVN (pronounced Has-san) that the two would stumble on a sound that combines electronic-soul, indie-blues and hip-hop elements into a unique soundscape enjoyed by fans from all walks of life. His cover of Drake’s “Own It” is evidence of their creative partnership and a teaser as to what to expect from a new project out later this year.

  • The Bots have premiered their video for “All I Really Want” which is the first single off the band’s debut album “Pink Palms”. We absolutely adored the video which imagines the song’s lyrics as if they were a Buzzfeed listicle!

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