Skateboarding culture is now making a huge impact on the 2015 music scene. From skate themed music videos to exclusive band inspired decks, the sport is beginning to re-capture the attention of music enthusiasts. More
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The animators of the cartoon sitcom “Bob’s Burgers” collaborated with Sleater-Kinney for a cartoon treatment of “A New Wave”. In the clip, the animated trio join the Belcher kids for a wild dance party in Tina’s room. Watch the video below. More
Taylor Swift’s most recent music video is her sexiest yet. “Style” features Taylor Swift’s completely bare shoulders, remotely sexual touching, and (surprise, surprise) an extremely handsome man.
Massachusetts has already set a record for most snowfall in a 30-day span, and there’s more on the way. While the numerous snow days are bringing joy to students (and a few office workers) across the state, teachers clearly have a little more time on their hands, if the recent spate of creative snow day announcements on YouTube are any indication. More
The Vaccines sought to create a colorful, Kung Fu inspired, “bubblegum ode to cinema” in their new video for “Handsome”. The video marks the announcement of their third full length, English Graffiti, out this spring. When you’re done watching the video over on their Vevo page, take a look back at The Vaccines’ RadioBDC Live in the Lab. More
Hillary Clinton hasn’t formally announced whether she is planning to run for President in 2016, but if this music video is the best her backers can come up with, she should just give up now. More
Kim Kardashian attempted to break the Internet a few weeks ago, but(t) failed miserably. But South Korean pop star Psy’s indomitable “Gangnam Style” actually did break the Internet over two years after its release, rendering YouTube’s view counter useless. More
New videos from Waters, Junior Prom, and Bombay Bicycle Club are featured in this week’s RadioBDC Music Video Roundup. More
New videos from Bleachers, Frankie Cosmos, and Bombay Bicycle Club are featured in this week’s Music Video Roundup. More
It’s been 14 years since one-hit wonder Afroman released “Because I Got High,” a catchy stoner anthem about the trials and tribulations of one man messing up his entire life by smoking up too much. This time around, though, instead of caring about nothing, Afroman cares about everything — especially the many benefits of marijuana legalization.