Local Bands and Videographers: Send Us Your Music Videos



Video (apparently) killed the radio star decades ago, and now we sit here in the future with every Youtube video literally at our fingertips. In the last month alone we saw brand-new music videos from Con, Ciej and Maximum Effort -- just to name a few. Ranging from low-budget basement flicks to the kind of glossy big productions you might see on MTV2, local bands are releasing music videos now more than ever. Did you just pour your soul into an audio visual masterpiece? Send it to us, and we'll share it with the rest of the world.

See also: Bands, Promoters and Music Fans: Here's How to Make Sure We Cover What Matters To You

Much like our column Every St. Louis Release, the idea is that we'll feature a roundup of local videos every month. To submit your work or to fill us in on a recent release, email me, your RFT Music clubs editor, directly at joseph.hess@riverfronttimes.com.

In the spirit of kicking off this new monthly series, we've gathered a few great videos just released in March. Youtube user and local video producer Louis Quatorze uploaded five in the past four weeks, featuring artists like Indiana Rome and Marc Goone and more. Check these out but don't be shy -- if you know of any great videos we missed, let us know in the comments below.

Con "Bad Investments"

Follow through for more videos from Superfun Yeah Yeah Rocketship, Maximum Effort and more. Ciej "Everything's For Sale"

Indiana Rome "Master P"

Marc Goone "Live in Saint Louis"

Maximum Effort "Johnnie 1/2 Gloves"

Superfun Yeah Yeah Rocketship "The Undertaker Joins The Avengers"

Whether you're a musician, artist or just an avid fan, feel free to drop us a line anytime at music@riverfronttimes.com.


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