Posts tagged ‘Music video’

September 1, 2011

The Burning Hotels – “Beard” Video

by Accidental Bear

Just because the title has the word beard in it. There, I said it.

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Here is The Burning Hotels with their video for “Beard” from their just released self-titled album. Check out the album version of the track below.
“Beard” by The Burning Hotels from The Burning Hotels

 

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August 8, 2011

Southern-fried Christeene’s gender-fucked Prowl Group from Austin Invades Berlin

by Accidental Bear

Our princess, Christeen of the U.S. of A. has jumped the pond and landed in the sexy and pervert Stockholm & Berlin to get her raunch on. Europeans are just getting a taste of Christeen’s plattter. Let’s hope their eye’s aren’t bigger than their stomaches because they will have indigestion after witnessing her performance.

via BUTT

Until now, Christeene’s only appearance on this side of the pond was last February at Rick Owens’ Spotlight Club in Paris, so her new European fans should get it while the gettin’s good. She also brings her show to Berlin on 14 August at one of BUTT’s favorite venues, Ficken 3000. If you haven’t already seen Christeene’s series of twisted music videos for Funny or Die, please do so now.

BUTT readers will remember Big Freedia from the BUTT Bias Mixtape and NYC Bang party. To get you in the mood, Big Freedia and one of her backup dancers, Altercation, will explain the mechanics of sissy bounce dancing at a workshop earlier in the evening. Both the workshop and the show are tucked away in the dark, naughty cellar of the Södra Theater, the Kägelbanan.

For more info on tonight’s show go here.

August 7, 2011

NEW: Music video for Eric Himan’s single, “Dust”

by Accidental Bear

Our pal Eric Himan is oooing and ahhing us again with his latest video release for his song “Dust”.

Official music video for Eric Himan’s single, “Dust”, off his latest release, SUPPOSED UNKNOWN (Thumbcrown Records) out now on iTunes.
Words and music by Eric Himan (Thumbcrown Records, ASCAP).
Directed by Kelly Kerr.

 

Get “Dust” on iTunes at:
itunes.apple.com/us/album/supposed-unknown/id430362212

Find more music, join the mailing list, and get info on Eric Himan at:
http://www.erichiman.com
http://www.sonicbids.com/erichimanmusic
http://www.facebook.com/erichimanmusic
http://www.twitter.com/RealEric_Himan
http://www.siriusxm.com/thecoffeehouse

July 22, 2011

Knock a Pair of Testicles Back and Forth: Interactive Website Encouraging Folks to Get Tested for HIV

by Accidental Bear

This gives a whole new meaning to AMAZEBALLS!

Thank you Unicorn Booty for making my entire summer by turning me on to this. Kevin Farrell at Unicorn Booty said it best, ” Hot DAMN. The French are infinitely hipper than Americans. Need proof? Check out this absolutely incredible interactive website encouraging folks to get tested for HIV (it only takes a finger prick!) by allowing them to use cartoon fingers to flick nipples, make buttcheek beats, play a condom xylophone, and knock a pair of testicles back and forth through a man’s briefs. “Balade les bijoux,” indeed!

Start with the music video posted here for a taste of the insanely addictive campaign, and then make your way over to the interactive site right HERE to make some sweet, sweet (porny) music of your own. Playing the vagina-steamer is simply a must-do for anyone’s bucket list.”

 

July 8, 2011

Amanda Lepore’s “Turn Me Over”

by Accidental Bear

Amanda

In “Turn Me Over,” Lepore reveals where she goes and what she does when she’s not in the Big Apple. Words bounce off her plump, red licorice colored lips. Listen up girls and boys, you will be gender fucked.

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June 28, 2011

What Pinkie’s Song Actually Sounded Like (EXCESSIVE FLUTTERCUSSING)

by Accidental Bear

Lights Out: Fluttershy sings Pinkie Pie’s song: Reggie Watts’ “F*ck Sh*t Stack.”

Morning shits-n-giggles

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June 6, 2011

Singer, Song Writer Eric Himan Tells Me Why “You First” | Interview with Accidental Bear

by Accidental Bear
Look what I caught in my dream catcher, Eric Himan. While watching his stellar performance at the El Rio here in San Francisco last month I got pulled into a story he told during his introduction for his new song “You First”. He puts into words something that I have scratch my head over before but was not able to but into a coherent sentence. I have  followed Eric’s career blossom for years now and always impressed by his laid back (charming) demeanor and how approachable he is, no pretension. He breathes passion into his music and gives you an inside look at his personal thoughts. I say, Eric “Thanks for sharing!” I catch up with Eric and cover a large variety of topics; puppies, pride, tornadoes, new album, secrets and being happily partnered. Happy reading, thanks for taking the time to play with us here at Accidental Bear Eric.
 “I started writing music and lyrics because I felt that no one was telling my story with their music. I have had the opportunity to speak my thoughts and I think that is the most vulnerable thing in life you can do. You can tell people what you like and don’t like but when you let them into how you think and why, you share yourself in a major way. I am lucky to be a part of many friendships and can’t wait to see what is next in store.” – Eric Himan

Q & A:

A B: Ok, let’s start with a warm up question. What does pride mean to you? You can attach gay to the front of it or just leave it alone as all-encompassing pride.

Eric Himan: To me, Pride (gay or otherwise) is about celebrating being a part of a community. In a way, I feel it is a gift to have a commonality with a group of people like the LGBT community. Pride celebrations are a way to show the numbers that are out there to those who didn’t think there were that many of us:).

A B: You are coming back from a break? What did you keep yourself busy with on our down time? Day dreaming? Wii, writing a novel, eating potato chips?

Eric: I did have some downtime but I am a one man army when it comes to my career, so that time was spent booking, doing publicity, working radio, and filming parts for a music video (for “Dust”!). When I am not doing all that, I like to sleep and spend time with my 4-year-old doggie, Duncan, and my brand new puppy, 6 month old, Buster. Potato Chips are my weakness though.

A B: Are you constantly writing songs in your head unintentionally? 

Eric: I am. I feel my best songwriting happens when I am not trying to write or push myself into writing. Those are the moments I run to the piano/computer/pen and paper to get it out of my head. 

A B: You are just wrapping up your tour with Namoli Brennet. What was a highlight of the tour or something unbelievable that happened, good or bad?

Eric: The highlight was definitely being able to share the stage with my friend, Namoli. I am such an admirer of hers and getting to sing and play with her every night of the tour was a treat. The hardest part was being away from my family when the tornadoes came through Tulsa and I wasn’t there with my family. I am def not a fan of living in Tulsa because of the tornadoes, but not knowing how they were doing during it, scared me.

A B:  I am very interested in your, “You First” song and the message that backs it. As one that may step back and prays someone else goes first. It is really point of view I have never heard discussed. Tell me about the concept behind You First

Eric: I wrote You First on an airplane Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. I was flying to Tucson to finish recording my new cd with Namoli (whose studio is in Tucson) and it was the week after Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot at a Safeway not too far from where we were going to record. I was also listening to Arlo Guthrie on a CD talk about his father, the amazing Woody Guthrie. He said, “there is a price to be paid for being a leader”. I felt all these things come together and decided right then and there on the plane to spill it out. The message was to say that when you stand up to make you voice heard, you also make yourself a target. Many times, we tend to stay on the sideline waiting for some leader to stand up when we possess that power ourselves. I make myself a target, but sometimes standing up for what you believe is more important.

A B: What does your summer looks like? Playing any festivals that I should drive a 1,000 miles or so to see?

Eric: I am all over the place (right now I am writing this from Kitchener, Ontario up in Canada where I play Kitchener’s tri-Pride tomorrow). I will be in Columbus, OH, Albuquerque, NM, the Outer Banks, NC, then in July over to the northeast with shows in PA, NYC, and MA. August has me in Chicago for North Halsted Market Days. Booking some dates also in the midwest then too. If you were to drive, I would head to the Chicago show. I will have a four piece rock band with me ready to make some noise on the streets of Chi-town.

A B: On your new album you have brought in the mastering talents of Chris Bellman (Ani DiFranco, Alanis Morissette, Elton John). You totally hold your own in that group. Have you worked with Chris Bellman in the past? 

Eric: This was the first time working with Chris and he did an amazing job. He has mastered many of my favorite, influential albums and having him work on my disc, was extra special.  

A B:  What would your response be if someone called you a sex symbol?

Eric: I def. appreciate the compliment when it comes up but I honestly don’t know what to do with that. I never seek out that kind of attention and sometimes surprised when it comes up.  I think if I thought about it too much, I would get even shyer than I can be already. 

A B: As a kid did you have positive role models? How do they differ from your role models of today?

Eric: I think my role models growing up were a lot of strong women. I lost my mother at a very young age and I think that might have something to do with that. Positive role models growing up were women like Ani DiFranco, Patty Griffin, and Janis Joplin. As I’ve gotten older my role models have become my grandmother Grace, my partner, and my close friends. I’ve learned so much from those surrounding me.  I am lucky to have them in my life to take after:).

A B: You are happily partnered and 2 dogs (right?) Your thoughts on gay marriage, gay adoption and the term civil union opposed to married.

Eric: I am very happily partnered and definitely want the full benefits of marriage (including a proper wedding!). Gay adoption has to be the biggest hot button for me because I can’t understand why some children are denied parents who will love them and want them. Civil unions are a great start, but if we are going to start the conversation of gay marriage, let’s not just talk about it during election years.

A B: Anybody you would love to share the stage with or record with?

Eric: There are SOOO many people I would love to record with/share the stage. There is something about Natalie Merchant and her music that makes me want to nominate her first! Of course, Ani DiFranco, Beth Hart, and Sia would be fun to work with.

A B: So, gay pride month is just around the corner. Will you be parading around the streets wrapped in nothing but a gay flag?

Eric: I am a tad bit more subtle than that.ha. I am happy to represent my brand of music at the festivals.

A B: Tell, me where you hope this next album takes you?

Eric: I hope this next album opens up more opportunities for me to tour to places I haven’t played yet, building up the audiences I already (and thankfully!) have in many cities, travel to Europe to tour, and have a chance to fulfill my dream of working with those I admire (which I already have done working with Namoli).

A B: Tell me (us) an Eric Himan original secret or confession.

Eric: I wanted to go to puppetry school and be an actor when I was younger. I always had an interest in doing them but never the right time to try.

A B: In the next year what should we expect from you?

Eric: You should expect to hear some of the songs from the new CD on the radio, in TV, and movies. I will also be releasing a live DVD from my Tulsa CD Release Party concert (with a string quartet!!). 

More on Eric:

CATCH HIM IF YOU CAN!

May 8, 2011

SUNDAY FLUFF: YOU’RE NOT THE BOSS OF ME

by Accidental Bear

California Gays Music Video To Katy Perry California Gurls Parody


GAY CHEESE ALL TIME HIGH!

April 25, 2011

Tune in to MTV’s 10 Most Outrageous Sex Myths Show, April 26th at 8:30PM ET/PT on MTV

by Accidental Bear

I am going to start a STD campaign that goes something like this; Do you want to fuck that drunk ass you just met at the club with your beer goggles on, and in a moment of passion skip the rubber and live with scabs on your dick for the rest of your life? Do you think that would look good on a t-shirt? Just saying.

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1 in 2 sexually active young people will get an STD by 25 – Most won’t know it. The way to make a change is to GYT – Get Yourself Tested. In partnership with MTV, the Kaiser Family Foundation, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other national partners, including the National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD) and the American College Health Association (ACHA).

www.itsyoursexlife.com

April 21, 2011

My Acid Just Kicked in; Weird Al Does Gaga

by Accidental Bear
Weird Al is one of my guilty pleasure. I bounce back and forth between wanting to kick his ass and laughing. My all time favorite parody of his would be Eat it, having fun of Michael Jackson’s Beat it. There is no stopping this speeding geek train named Werid Al.
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“Weird Al” Goes Gaga

Some of the lyrics include:

“I’m sure my critics will say it’s a grotesque display
Well, they can bite me, baby — I perform this way
I might be wearin’ Swiss cheese or maybe covered with bees
It doesn’t mean I’m crazy — I perform this way”

By Michelle Garcia

Comedic singer/songwriter “Weird Al” Yankovic will release a single and music video based on Lady Gaga‘s “Born This Way” after initial reports that Gaga rejected a request from Yankovic to parody her song.

Yankovic’s made a name for himself after releasing songs and music videos parodying Queen, Michael Jackson, and Madonna in the 1980’s. For his next album, slated for release this summer, Yankovic planned to release a single and music video based on Gaga’s “Born This Way” titled, “Perform This Way.” The song is a take on her ostentatious presence and outlandish style, on and off stage.

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March 2, 2011

BETH DITTO EP & VIDEO PREMIERE

by Accidental Bear

I am shaking in my boots over here with anticipation. I am in love with this full figured power house. You rock me on my gym head phones, Beth you rock me on my walk to work, my train to school. You Beth Ditto are the wind beneath my wings. And im heading toward 200lbs , so you better be so damn strong winds. March 7th is marked on my calendar and I will be ready to embrace your solo project like no other.

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via Gossip website

It looks like Beth Ditto, from the pop/rock band Gossip, will release another solo EP on March 7th. According to The Gossip’s Facebook page, Beth will premiere a new music video very soon.

 

BETH DITTO EP & VIDEO PREMIERE!

Beth Ditto will be releasing her solo EP March 7th (March 8th US). Also available on CD and 12” vinyl internationally. 12” vinyl available in the US exclusively through indie retail in April 16th. 

EP Track Listing:
“I Wrote The Book”
“Good Night Good Morning”
“Open Heart Surgery”
“Do You Need Someone”

The video for “I Wrote The Book” was shot at Grosvenor House in London and directed by Price James (Gossip, Hercules and the Love Affair, Peaches, Friendly Fires, SMD). James describes the video as “old school and cinematic” and “wanted to achieve an intimacy to put you ‘in Beth’s world’.

 

February 23, 2011

Ex-Boyfriends – Uh-Oh! Music Video

by Accidental Bear

Ex-Boyfriends

http://www.ex-bf.com/

February 13, 2011

SOMETHING PRETTY, PRETTY AESOME (VIDEO)

by Accidental Bear

Watch a Soothing Video of the ‘Paint-Pouring’ Art Process

Paintings – Holton Rower

“Tall Painting”

Source Amanda Dobbins Paint-by-numbers: Out. Paint-by-gravity: In.
February 8, 2011

It gets better: A music video by Rebecca Drysdale

by Accidental Bear

Can you ever get to much of a movement called

IT GETS BETTER?

January 20, 2011

TONY WARD… Call Me… k?

by Accidental Bear

TONY

WARD

Aww, he brought me flowers!

I feel as if Mr Ward has had a rebirth. He first caught my attention when he was  Madonna‘s boyfriend in the beginning of the 1990s and he appeared in some of her music videos as well as the controversial SEX book in 1992. What drove me home was his role in 1996 – Hustler White by Bruce LaBruce and Rick Castro. He drips of sleazy, sexy. Maybe the bad boy you wouldn’t bring home to mom but the one who would have all your friends green with envy. Ohhhh Tony, CALL ME!

www.Tony-Ward.com – official site