Video Explosion: Centro-matic, Selena Gomez, Virgin Wolves and Four Others Release Clips
One small step for local music. One giant leap for local music videos.
Can't really pin down a specific reason for this, but there sure have been a lot of local music video releases in the past few weeks. Good ones, too, and featuring bands that run the entire local gamut.
There's a new Centro-matic one -- this one for "Iso-Residue" -- upping the Denton-sprung band's music video count to two now for their just-released Candidate Waltz release, which we'll have more on in next week's paper before the band play's Dan's Silverleaf on July 7.
There's also a new karaoke-influenced clip from the suddenly unavoidable Grand Prairie native Selena Gomez (her new album comes out today), as well as one from her former collaborators in Forever The Sickest Kids, whose clip is remarkably creative.
And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
There's a new video out now, too, for Play-N-Skillz's collaboration with David Guetta, the Nicki Minaj- and Flo Rida-featuring "Where Them Girls At." Chicago's Rise Against has a new empowering video of their own out to tout, too -- pertinent here on the local scene thanks to that band's guitarist, Dallas native Zach Blair, being a tried-and-true area hero due to his time spent in Hagfish. Meanwhile, Frisco's The Virgin Wolves (featuring members of Memphis May Fire) has debuted their own first clip.
And, to top it all off, the Dallas-dwelling Boston Celtic and former Dallas Maverick Marquis Daniels has a Grand Theft Auto-influenced music video of his own out now. Of course he does.
Jump to watch them all.
Selena Gomez & The Scene -- "Love You Like a Love Song"
Forever The Sickest Kids -- "Crossroads (I Guess You Could Say Things Are Getting Pretty Serious)"
David Guetta feat. Flor Rida and Nicki Minaj -- "Where Them Girls At"
Rise Against -- "Make It Stop (September's Children)"
The Virgin Wolves -- "Bad"
Marquis "Q6" Daniels feat. Dee Boi "Kome Here Nikki"
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