It’s the middle of the week everybody! The hardest stretch is over, and the weekend is just around the corner. Doesn’t that rule? And with just over 48 hours left in the work week, you might be wondering how you can fill that void of free time either when you get home to take a load off, or just when your boss dips out of the office for coffee. Obviously, Cluster 1 has plenty of new entertainment for you all to enjoy.
-The face of Cluster 1 and CoS News, Sami Jarroush, has a bunch of new updates, including show information on the Big Four of Thrash (Metallica, Slayer, Anthrax and Megadeth), Trent Reznor and the Oscars, some information on The Strokes’ new album Angles, and a tour involving modern hip-hop heavyweights Lil’ Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Rick Ross! You can check that out here!
-Remember the days when you used to bust moved on your Yomega Fireball or Duncan Butterfly? In the new video from Fujiya and Miyagi, entitled “Yo-Yo,” they show us some unbelievable moves in a very Expressionistic looking talent show. But, don’t try to steal the spotlight from this video’s yo-yo wizard.
-Some things are too good to be true in the Kickdrum’s new video, “Perfect World”. The Brooklyn duo think they have found the coolest illusion ever from a street magician in a back alley of NYC, all while rocking out to a very catchy song. But remember, never trust magicians that you meet in back alleys, especially the ones you rob.
-Also, don’t forget to check out the other music videos from this week by artists like Warm Ghost, Bastard Lovechild of Rock and Roll, and Noah and the Whale, as well as the director’s cut of the John Grant video for “Chicken Bones.”
-We also had an exclusive live debut this week; a sneak peak at Matisyahu’s new DVD Live at Stubb’s Vol. II.
-You can always submit videos to us as well. If we like it, we’ll play it, but you can also remake videos as well. Check out this remix of Sami Jarroush’s “What is Cluster 1?” redone by Xtranormal.
– Want a constant stream of musical goodness? Check out our Channel, featuring over 30 music videos, several short films, and other nifty clips, all crammed together in one non-stop barrage of visual and aural stimulation.