Roxwel News

by Unknown // Tuesday, December 29, 2009 // Upfront, News // 0 Comments

Hundreds of videos were published on Roxwel this year, but ONLY these 5 videos made the top 5 viewed list! Here they are.....

Slipknot "Psychosocial"

Alice In Chains "Check My Brain"

Breaking Benjamin "I Will Not Bow"

The Sword "How Heavy This Axe"

Kings Of Leon "Molly Chambers (live)"

by Unknown // Thursday, December 24, 2009 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments


The Disco Biscuits - Live at Stubb's - Set 2
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Check out the full second set from The Disco Biscuits show at Austin's legendary Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheatre on September 19, 2009.  If you missed the first set, catch it here.   

Set I: Konkrete, Little Betty Boop> Voices Insane> Little Betty Boop, ¿Donde?, Stone> The Devil's Waltz
Set II: Rivers, Mirrors> Basis For A Day, Caterpillar, Mr. Don
Encore: Therapy

by Unknown // Monday, December 21, 2009 // Upfront, News // 0 Comments

Phoenix closed out their fall tour with a killer show at Austin's La Zona Rosa on December 17.  Before the show, Roxwel got the chance to shoot an acoustic version of "Lisztomania" at their special fan meet-and-greet and interview two members of the band, as well.  Recently nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Album (Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix), the talented guys in the band still radiate a humble and generous air.  When asked about the upcoming Grammys, they said it would be their dream to perform at the awards ceremony with Prince, doing a mashup of their "1901" and his "1999." 

Tune into the Grammy on January 31 to see if they get their wish, and in the meantime, check out some photos and videos from the Austin show! 

 

Other videos: Lasso, Rome>Funky Squaredance, 1901

by Unknown // Monday, December 21, 2009 // Upfront, News // 0 Comments

 

Cold War kids

 

 Long Beach California rock/soul quartet Cold War Kids has just released their new 4-song Behave Yourself EP today, available exclusively on iTunes before the Jan 19th physical release. Frontman Nathan Willet explains that the EP "...is a form that makes a lot of sense to us. It's a fun, more frivolous way of putting music out."