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Sia – Clap Your Hands

Another quick post to kick off this sunny day. Here’s the lovely Sia with her
latest Kurstin-produced quirk-pop ditty. The excellent, if just a
little creepy, video finds Ms Sia’s head trying on various muppety
bodies. All good, though the pole dancing bits are pretty wrong
though. Another video featuring weird muppety things up later, if
you’re sticking around…

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Sia – You’ve Changed

Yes, I’m woefully behind the times again on this one. But it’s another one of those tracks that former coffee-table-music assistant warbler Sia occasionally chucks out that is utterly, utterly fabulous. This is a rework of a club track that Sia guested on last year, now given a more polite, bubbly pop remix by Bird & the Bee bloke (and Lily Allen/Little Boots knob-twiddler) Greg Kurstin. Both versions are great though, and this one has a fun video as a bonus.

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The Bird, the Bee, the (Rex the) Dog, and Other Animals

The Bird and the Bee

SO. Back again. Some good new videos this week, as you’ll see if you click below. Fun stuff from Rex the Dog, Brakes, and Sean Paul (yes.) Also some nonvid type links to things by Max Tundra and the BPA. Excellent. I’ve yet to get excited enough by the new Franz Ferdinand to write about it. The new Girls Aloud is boring and the new Jamie T is a bit bloody noisy. Good stuff follows, though:

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