Watch Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him?) for free

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Here's something to help you over your humpday: Snag Films is screening the outstanding documentary Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin' About Him?) for free for the next couple weeks. If you haven't had the pleasure of seeing it yet, take a long lunch or knock off early and have a gander. Totally worth it. Best rock doc we've seen. An insightful film to a truly masterful songwriter who commanded the respect and adoration of a cavalcade of admirers including John Lennon.

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New Pictureplane video for "Negative Slave" is bonkers for UFOs, pyramids and crystals

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We've grown to expect offbeat videos from Pictureplane over the years, but the just-released video for "Negative Slave" officially takes the cake as one of the most subtle yet oddly unsettling videos in his repertoire. While it's full of insidious and easy-to-miss oddness, if you pay close attention, you'll possibly end up learning something -- or, rather, Pictureplane hopes you walk away knowing a little more about yourself.

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Behold Yo Soy Sauce: the CacheFlowe/Brer Rabbit collaboration two years in the making

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So, this first release from Yo Soy Sauce has been in the works for a while -- two years to be exact. The collaborative effort between local electronic guru CacheFlowe and Flobot MC Brer Rabbit officially drops as a single tomorrow, but the duo handed us the video for "Juke Box" over the weekend.

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New Fingers of the Sun video is absolutely the most adorable thing in the history of ever

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Fingers of the Sun kick summer into full gear with its video for "The Leaves Were So Green," directed by Zorab Ovsepyan and released this week, a song that sounds like a sunrise looks. Taken from its self-titled album released earlier this year, the song is a summer jam with a hook that's hard to let pass through your head.

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3OH!3's "Robot" is like when the Beastie Boys made "Intergalactic," only it's not nearly as good

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Yup, that's a robot.
3OH!3 released a video for "Robot, " the first single from its yet-to-be-released studio album late last week, and its alright. There's nothing wrong with it, really, but there is also nothing stunning happening in this visual tale of a day in the life of a robot dude (though the song itself is about an emotionless woman) who gets wild in the street, at the mall and in the club. It just kind of looks like a commercial.

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A first look at "The Deadliest Game," the lead video from Sole's Mansbestfriend Volume 5

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Sole has been very hard to ignore recently. He's been releasing tons of content in a variety of formats for free or cheap as he's preparing for his next album in the Mansbestfriend series (due May 15), as well as a new release from Sole and the Skyrider Band (Hello Cruel World due July 19). His latest video is enough out of Sole's usual territory we figured it's worth a look.

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Sole expands his "rap as journalism" with two new videos

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When we last checked in with Sole (aka Tim Holland) a couple months back, he was just starting to explore the notion of "rap as journalism," in which he turned pre-existing songs and beats into political statements, quickly and without a lot of investment. He's since gone on to do a few of these, including two new videos that dropped in the last week.

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A first look at Foodchain's new video for "Yes Indeed (G-Girl)" from the Corpses album

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Foodchain, still riding high off the re-release of its Showoff Digital debut, Corpses, and the acclaim the crew has earned from respected rap heads like Statik Selektah, Big Pooh and Talib Kweli, is back with the second video from the record, "Yes Indeed (G-girl)." Before pressing play, you have to commit to watching it at least twice.

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Girls! Girls! Girls! A first look at Rockie's "Cover Girl" featuring Adam Duncan

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Rockie and Adam Duncan premiered a new video this week, and as the name implies, "Cover Girl," directed by Vital Films out of Aspen, features pretty girls. Lots and lots of them. The only guys in this moving picture, in fact, appear to be Rockie and Duncan, and that seems to be just fine by them.

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Freestyles Are still free -- or freeze, as the case may be. Ask Turner Jackson and Joe Thunder.

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So this little gem showed up on our doorstep this morning -- or, rather, in our parking lot last night. We've been hearing about Turner Jackson's whole Freestyles Are Still Free project that he's been working on, in which he traipsed around town last summer wearing a sandwich board and rapping off the top of his head for anybody and everybody.

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