MTVU is making Time Will Tell censor parts of their video for "It Could Be Worse," saying it's "too suggestive for rotation." You can watch the video in the replies and see if you agree. The song features Nick Thompson of Hit The Lights.
Our very own Paul Tao is attending the Woodies tonight and will be blogging from the show to give everyone an insiders perspective. Paul will start blogging around 10:45pm CST so be sure to check in to read his thoughts on the show. The Woodies will include performances by Foo Fighters, Sleigh Bells, Odd Future, Two Door Cinema Club and Wiz Khalifa, and will be hosted by Donald Glover.
Tomorrow night I'll be attending the mtvU Woodie Awards and live-blogging the event. The event starts at 11 PM CST (Midnight EST/9 PM PST). The Woodies will include performances by Foo Fighters, Sleigh Bells, Odd Future, Two Door Cinema Club and Wiz Khalifa, and will be hosted by Donald Glover. It'll be part of the SXSW coverage that will be provided this week by Adam Pfeldier and myself; be sure to follow @apnetatshow on Twitter.
Harper Blynn's video for "Loneliest Generation," is currently second in MTVU's rock category. Head here to watch the video. The band has also posted a cover of Beyonce's "Halo." Head to the replies to watch the boys strut their stuff.
Hotspur's video for "Chandelier", the first single off of their new full length record, You Should Know Better By Now, is making its mtvU debut this week on "The Freshmen". You can vote for the video to be added to mtvU's regular rotation over here until 2PM this Friday.
In celebration of Wallpaper's recent win in MtvU's "Battle of the Freshman" contest, Ricky Reed (AKA Eric Frederic) has posted the title track off their upcoming release, DooDoo Face, as a gift to his fans.
You can download a Black Ghosts MP3 here, the RAC remix of "Repetition Kills You", which features Damon Albarn. The band, recently featured in the Twilight soundtrack, is also in this week's mtvU Freshmen competition, with their video for "Anyway You Choose To Give It." You can vote for them here.
Vote for Dr. Manhattan's video for "Big Chomper, Big Chomper" on MTVU's The Freshmen this week. You can vote as many times as you'd like and the winnter gets into rotation on next week's show. Click here to vote.