Imagine Dragons – Thunder

Listen to “Thunder,” out now:

Director: Joseph Kahn
Producers: Jil Hardin
Nathan de la Rionda
Charleen Manca
Production Company: Supply & Demand
Thank you to the city of Dubai
Choreography by Aaron Sillis
Gianna Gi
Instagram: giannagi_
Haroon Al Abdali
Instagram: haroonkilla
Mamadou Bathily alias Bats
Instagram: batstreet

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Music video by Imagine Dragons performing Thunder. (C) 2017 KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records


Marilyn Manson – Deep Six (Explicit)

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Sound Central 2013- ‘Truckfest’ is born- Taking ‘alternative’ Music outside of Kabul in Afghanistan

We give special props to Travis Beard and his entire team of musical trailblazers based out in Kabul, Afghanistan who have been on a musical mission in the regions for a while. If running an alternative musical festival in Kabul sounds amazing to you – imagine planning to take this mission outside of Kabul and then playing an alternative concert in the back of a truck! That’s exactly what was done just a few weeks ago – and all part of the exciting build-up towards the 3rd Sound Central Music Festival in the region.

Sound Central was born out of the belly of the tiny underground music scene in Kabul in 2007. Argus and Combat Communications has been plugging in amps and taking electric shocks to bring music to the masses.

With support from the international community growing the dream of hosting Afghanistan’s first ever modern music festival came to fruition on October the 1st 2011. 8 bands played to over 500 Afghan Youth.

In the space of two years the festival had gone from a modern music festival to an alternative arts festival and now just a few weeks away from the 2013 festival.

The reason why they take on this a project in such a challenging environment:

* To give a platform to Afghan Artists to express themselves
* To give Afghan youth access to alternative arts in a safe environment
* To give a special platform to female artists in a comfortable environment
* To invite region and international artists to exchange cultures and ideas
* To show to the entire world that Afghanistan is rich in culture and does have a longing
to indulge in the arts like any other country does.

We look forward to supporting the festival from the region in 2014 and watch this space as we help showcase the incredible artists emerging from Kabul in Afghanistan.

Demanding to be heard and completely fitting the remit of the worldwide Guavo Music Sessions. Where only the artists and musicians who have an element of ‘Incredible’ to what they are doing get featured regardless of genre or location.

Location: Just outside Kabul in Afghanistan

For music artists based anywhere worldwide who would like to perform at the festival in 2014 feel free to reach out and also show your support to quite an innovative project.

Guavo Music Sessions
“Connoisseurs of Incredible…”

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Billboard Top 30 Adult Alternative Songs (February 18 2017)

The top 30 songs of the triple A chart this week. “Human” remains at number one, and while no new songs enter the top 10, “Hot Thoughts” enters the top 5 of the chart. 2 songs re-enter the chart plus a debut from Valerie June.

Color code:
Green – song gains in position or for a song not on the weekly chart
Orange – song drops in position or leaves the chart
Light blue – debut or re-entry
Grey – song remains at its position

Intro music: Of Monsters and Men – Little Talks

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Going Off Track Podcast: Matt Pinfield on his childhood pirate radio station

For the milestone 50th episode of Going Off Track, MTV icon Matt Pinfield stopped by Going Off Track for a geek out of epic proportions. We discussed everything from how he started out doing radio shows in his own basement to his experiences hosting the groundbreaking alternative rock series 120 Minutes. Along the way Pinfield explains how he conquered substance abuse and proves why he’s rightfully earned the reputation as a musical encyclopedia. We couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate our fiftieth.

The full episode will be available for free on Friday, Dec. 21st and you can go here to subscribe and have it automatically download to iTunes:…. If you like this episode please leave us a comment on iTunes and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter (@goingofftrack), Facebook ( and our official site (www.goingofftrack).

Each week join your hosts Steven Smith (television host – MTV Geek, Fuse) Jonah Bayer (freelance journalist and former Music Editor of Alternative Press) Mike Cangemi (television producer – MTV, Fuse), and audio producer Brad Worrell (Ryan Adams, Sean Paul) as they talk with your favorite musicians, celebs, industry insiders seeing where the conversation takes them.