Alternative Rock Videos – MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – THRIFT SHOP FEAT. WANZ (OFFICIAL VIDEO)



Thrift Shop on iTunes:http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/thrift-shop-feat.-wanz-single/id556955707
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The Heist digital deluxe on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=560097651
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Credits:

VIDEO

Directed By Jon Jon Augustavo, Ryan Lewis, Ben Haggerty
Produced By Hollis Wong-Wear, Tricia Davis, Zach Quillen
Lead Grip: David Herberg
Grip Assistants: Josh Marten, Jay Neilson
Stylists: Annie Murphy, Alex Nordstrom

MUSIC

Written by Ben Haggerty
Produced by Ryan Lewis
Featuring Wanz
Additional vocals by Brooklyn Grinnell
Scratches by DV One

SPECIAL THANKS TO

Goodwill Outlet
Value Village Capitol Hill
Red Light Vintage
Fremont Vintage Mall
Unicorn/Narwhal
Northwest African American Museum

Sara Stapleton, JR Ewing and Inner City Empire, Faisal Jaswal, Clay Davis

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Alternative Rock Videos – Nothing But Thieves – Amsterdam (Official Video)



Nothing But Thieves – Amsterdam (Official Video)

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Lyrics – Amsterdam

People don’t know much
Need a whiskey crutch
To think of something new

Hey you watching me
Lookin’ through a screen
I’m here in front of you

Sometimes the days, they feel so long
We all live under the same sun

So I hit my head up against the wall
Over and over and over and over again and again
‘Cause I don’t wanna be like them
I hit my head up against the wall
Over and over and over and over again
And again and again

People piss you off
Some you say you love
Those you call a friend

Walking through a crowd
Then you look around
See there’s no one left

We live and then we die as one
We all live under the same sun

So I hit my head up against the wall
Over and over and over and over again and again
‘Cause I don’t wanna be like them
I hit my head up against the wall
Over and over and over and over again
And again and again and again

I left my heart in Amsterdam
Where I could dream and nights were long
I left my heart in Amsterdam
I hit my head against the wall
Over, over, over
Again and again and then over

So I hit my head up against the wall
Over and over and over and over again and again
‘Cause I don’t wanna be like them
I hit my head up against the wall
Over and over and over and over again
And again and again and again

I left my heart in Amsterdam
I left my heart in Amsterdam
I left my heart in Amsterdam
I really need that feeling back

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Alternative Rock Videos – Billboard Top 30 Adult Alternative Songs (July 2 2016)



The top 30 songs of the triple A chart this week. The Avett Brothers get their first #1, Beck gets another top 10, and we have new entries from Tom Odell, Leon Bridges and The Young Wild.

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Various Artists – No New York



Artist: The Contortions, Teenage Jesus And The Jerks, Mars, D.N.A.
Album: No New York (Released: November, 1978)

Tracklist:
1. The Contortions – Dish It Out (0:00)
2. The Contortions – Flip Your Face (3:16)
3. The Contortions – Jaded (6:30)
4. The Contortions – I Can’t Stand Myself (10:19)
5. Teenage Jesus And The Jerks – Burning Rubber (15:10)
6. Teenage Jesus And The Jerks – Closet (16:57)
7. Teenage Jesus And The Jerks – Red Alert (20:50)
8. Teenage Jesus And The Jerks – I Woke Up Dreaming (21:25)
9. Mars – Helen Fordsdale (24:35)
10. Mars – Hairwaves (27:05)
11. Mars – Tunnel (30:49)
12. Mars – Puerto Rican Ghost (33:30)
13. D.N.A. – Egomaniac’s Kiss (34:37)
14. D.N.A. – Lionel (36:50)
15. D.N.A. – Not Moving (38:58)
16. D.N.A. – Size (41:38)

Personnel:

The Contortions:
James Chance, saxophone, vocals
Don Christensen, drums
Jody Harris, guitar
Pat Place, slide guitar
George Scott III, bass
Adele Bertei, Acetone organ

Teenage Jesus and the Jerks:
Lydia Lunch, guitar, vocals
Gordon Stevenson, bass
Bradley Field, drums

Mars:
Sumner Crane, guitar, vocals
China Burg, guitar, vocals
Mark Cunningham, bass, vocals
Nancy Arlen, drums

D.N.A.:
Arto Lindsay, guitar, vocals
Robin Crutchfield, organ, vocals
Ikue Mori, drums

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NMap 101: Scanning Networks Using Alternative Packets, Haktip 95



This week on HakTip Shannon is using NMap to find open ports that can be accessed on the network.

Welcome to HakTip — the show where we breakdown concepts, tools and techniques for hackers, gurus and IT ninjas. I’m Shannon Morse and today we’re going to go over Discovery Options.
You’ll notice whenever you use NMap that it only outputs the servers that are currently alive and operating. This is because it sends out something called an ICMP (internet control message protocol) echo request to look for any devices that are currently ‘alive’. By doing so, NMap will save time when giving you information, because it’s not going to be scanning anything thats offline. NMap will also scan ports 80 and 443 because, if ICMP is being blocked by a firewall or something similar, these two ports are most commonly used for web platforms. So basically, when you’re scanning your network, you’re only going to get the items that are open. If you want to scan more secure targets, these alternative discovery options might be more useful.
First off is Don’t Ping which is used with the -PN option. Sometimes you’ll run into a target that seems to be offline. NMap will give you an error that says “Host seems down […] try -PN”. -PN will skip that first ping attempt, and go ahead and do a deep scan of the target. You would type nmap -PN 10.73.31.171.
Say you want to just scan the network really quick to see which ones are online – you don’t need to know about the names or open ports. You can do a Ping Only Scan. To do so, type nmap -sP (for simple ping) then your target. So mine would be nmap -sP 10.73.31.0/24. After the break, we’re going to check out a couple of other alternative discovery options. Stay tuned! We’re back! So we know how to do a regular scan, and a couple of discovery options. But there is more! Say you want to scan an item that is blocking the regular ICMP ping that NMap uses before it does a whole scan. You can use a TCP SYN ping instead. This will make NMap send out a SYN packet instead of ICMP. It would look like this: nmap -PS 10.73.31.145. It usually sends out the packet via port 80, but you can change this by adding the port to your command, like this: nmap -PS22,80,443 10.73.31.145.
Another option if ICMP pings are being blocked would be using TCP ACK packets, which is similar to the last command, and is used for the same reason. Type: nmap -PA 10.73.31.145. This one can also be used on other ports by adding the port numbers directly after the -PA command.
See a pattern here? If one request doesn’t return some kind of data from the target, you can always substitute it with another discovery option. With these above, we also have -PU for a UDP scan, -PY for an SCTP INIT scan (Stream Control Transmission Protocol), -PE which is used for ICMP (and is implied if no other option is given), -PP for an ICMP timestamp ping (which is useful for firewalled targets), -PM for an ICMP Address Mask Ping, which will occasionally be able to get through a firewall.
Each of these additional options uses popular internet protocols to make sure your NMap network scan ends up getting exactly what you expected.
What would you like to see next about NMAP? Send me a comment below or email us at tips@hak5.org. If you like NMap, perhaps you’ll enjoy our new show, Metasploit Minute with Mubix, airing every Monday at hak5.org. And be sure to check out our sister show, Hak5 for more great stuff just like this. I’ll be there, reminding you to trust your technolust.

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Top 50 Indie/Alternative Rock Songs 2000 – 2014



Here’s 50 more indie/alternative rock songs from the 2000’s – 2014.

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Songs In Video:

Days – The Drums
Something Good – Alt-J
Still Life – The Horrors
Red Eyes – The War On Drugs
Afterlife – Arcade Fire
Walkabout – Atlas Sound
Vanished – Crystal Castles
The Throw – Jagwar Ma
Oblivion – Grimes
True Affection – The Blow
Where The Kids Are – Blondfire
Hang Me Up To Dry – Cold War Kids
Don’t Know Who We Are – The Donkeys
Heart It Races – Dr Dog
Ten Thousand Lines – Electric President
Doorways – Radical Face
Helplessness Blues – Fleet Foxes
Strike Up Your Matches – Joachim Cooder
Graceless – The National
Escape The Nest – Editors
Anywhere – Interpol
The Base – Paul Banks
Take Your Medicine – Transfer
Travel Is Dangerous – Mogwai
Yet Again – Grizzly Bear
Airplanes – Local Natives
Australia – The Shins
Island – Fancois Virot
le loup (fear not) – Le Loup
Black Balloon – The Kills
You Wish You Were Red – Trailer Trash Tracys
Bill Murray – Phantogram
Angels – The XX
Pumpin Blood – NONONO
Young Blood – The Naked And Famous
Mississippi – The Griswolds
Scar – Cloud Control
Animal – Miike Snow
All Of Me – Tanlines
Dreaming – Smallpools
Biggie Smalls – Starfucker
Fake You Out – Twenty One Pilots
Ya Hey – Vampire Weekend
Born Alone – Wilco
Elephant – Tame Impala
I’ll Believe In Anything – Wolf Parade
Rock Bottom – King Krule
Flesh Canoe – Animal Collective
Stars And Sons – Broken Social Scene
Default – Atoms For Peace

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Billboard Alternative Songs: Week of 01/23/2016



The top 40 songs on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart for the issue dated January 23, 2016.

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