Musical Interlude #3

Musical Interlude #3

Our Musical Interlude series is already proving popular and here is another instalment just for you. In time for The Queen’s Jubilee Neil Young has (ironically?) covered the national anthem. We also feature a group of people finding unique ways to play records, the new horror movie inspired Keane music video, a Primus zombie-western themed music video and the visually stunning Run Boy Run music video. This weeks album recommendation is Garbage’s first album in seven years, Not Your Kind Of People.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse – God Save The Queen (Americana Preview)

Vinyl Throw By MusicBunk

Disconnected by Keane

Lee Van Cleef by Primus

Run Boy Run by Woodkid

Not Your Kind Of People by Garbage

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