Wednesday Video Diversion: March 22, 2017

We’re back after a long, fun, and music-filled week at the legendary SXSW! But even after being back for a couple of days, the memories of awesome live music, tacos, and warmer weather couldn’t feel more out of reach. We’re feeling that sluggish Wednesday attitude first-hand, so as always, we’re back to hooking you up with a great line up of TuneCore Artist music videos to enjoy this afternoon:

 

Jonathan Terrell, “It’s Not Me (But It Could Be)”

Pierce Fulton, “Borrowed Lives (feat. NVDES)”

NoMBe, “Freak Like Me”

Meresha, “My Love Has Come”

Half Waif, “Nude”

Sad Girl, “Feel Like Shit”

Leah McFall, “Happy Human”

Flint Eastwood, “Queen”

Melo Makes Music, “Murphy’s Law”

OJayy Wright, “Kritical 265”

Wednesday Video Diversion: March 8, 2016

Another week, another Wednesday. Whether you’re scratching your head as to how it’s already Wednesday or you’re pounding your head off of some hard surface because it’s only Wednesday, we’ve designed this weekly blog to take your mind off of it all! So rejoice and enjoy these curated TuneCore Artist music videos:

 

Melissa Sandoval, “Movin”

Leezy, “Roll (feat. Smoove)”

Lindsey Stirling, “Love’s Just a Feeling (feat. Rooty)”

Sweetmates, “Woof”

LUUNA, “Soap”


Kirk Taylor, “Let Me Believe (feat. Caleb Thomas and Jonathan Frazier)”

Garren, “There She Go”

The Weeks, “Steamboat”

Jenna Torres, “Heart On Wheels (feat. Richard Turner)”

Wednesday Video Diversion: March 1, 2017

On this extra special middle day of the week, we’re finding a few reasons to be happy. For example, it’s the first day of March! Also, we get to wish a three-way musical Happy Birthday to Harry Belafonte, Roger Daltrey and Justin Bieber! There’s a party we wouldn’t miss. ANYHOW – find your own excuse to tune out of your daily duties and enjoy these fine TuneCore Artist music videos:

 

Nada Surf, “Where Is My Mind?”

Marshmello, “Summer (feat. Lele Pons)”

WillThaRapper, “Pull Up Hop Out”

MoStack, “Murder (feat. Moelogo)”

Rench, “Mugshot”

Tow’rs, “Porcelain”

Taelor Gray, “Famous”

Chris Bourne, “She Drives Me Crazy”

FOXY MOJO, “Say Goodbye”

Wednesday Video Diversion: February 22, 2017

DID YOU KNOW that 50 long years ago this week Pink Floyd was working on their debut, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, at Abbey Road Studios during the same time that the Beatles were wrapping up recording Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club Band in the same studio? Pretty sweet, if we say so ourselves. But we’re not here just to hook you up with weird random music history. We’re here to hook you up with sweet TuneCore Artist music videos! What else have you got going on during a Wednesday afternoon in February?

 

John 5 and the Creatures, “Now Fear This”

Julie Frost, “Rhythm & Blues”

Anchorlot, “Phoenix”

Ki:Theory, “Stand By Me”

Poppy, “I’m Poppy”

Jor’dan Armstrong, “So Much Luv/Count It”

JMSN, “Power”

JoJo Siwa, “Boomerang”

Rebel SoulJahz, “Ms Beautiful”

Hopsin, “All Your Fault”

Wednesday Video Diversion: February 15, 2016

We’re officially over the mid-month hump of February! We’re not, however, officially over the mid-week hump. Which means you’re getting groggy, antsy, and need to tune out from whatever you’ve got going on in your afternoon. That’s why we’re here once again to show off some of our TuneCore Artists’ awesome audio-visual talents with a round-up of music videos! Get into it.

 

The Rising Sun All-Stars, “RSG (Till They Bury Me)”

Tdot Illdude, “You And I (feat. Guordan Banks)”

Asta, “I Need Answers”

Paperwhite, “Get Away”

Sarah Darling, “Where Cowboys Ride”

Fortunate Youth, “Left My Love in California”

Bounce Back, “Rizzoo Rizzoo”

Tim Wheatley, “78 Benz”

Young Gordon, “Finna Hit My Walk (feat. DJ T Time)”

In The Valley Below, “Peaches”

Wednesday Video Diversion: February 8, 2017

You’ve arrived here because your afternoon is slowing down and your eyelids are getting into “100 lbs” territory. The very least we can do is satisfy your boredom with a sufficient level of distraction! In odd music history, this day marks the 13th anniversary of that one time the British rock superstars known as Oasis had to cancel a gig because they got into a drunken brawl on a cross-channel ferry ride, eventually resulting in them being deported from Holland. Ah, the early nineties. Anywho, here’s a round-up of some awesome TuneCore Artist music videos!

Cal Harris Jr., “Airborne”


Distractor, “Devotion”


Titus, “Runnit (prod. Myles William)”


Doc Powell, “Love On Top”


Davina and the Vagabonds, “I’d Rather Go Blind (Live on PBS)”


Pak-Man, “Legends”


Duquette Johnston, “Dancing Song”


Goldyard, “Naomi (feat. Scotty ATL)”


Ershon Burgundy, “Dead Letter”


Fastball, “Love Comes in Waves”