- VidZone's Head of Production Ben Creasey
is here with this weeks VidZone PS3 updates today, as follows:
A couple of things to shout about this week. First of all, our friends at the Official PlayStation Magazine
have been busy picking through our huge catalogue to pick their favourite videos for their very own playlist!
Which is a very a mixed bag of very great videos... which is nice. Also one of our very special staff Joel "Junior" Stamp who creates most of the amazing images and skins for the service is unfortunately leaving us to go back to university (slacker!) so for a leaving present we thought we would let him pick a playlist for you, all you Emo heads are in for a treat!
Hot New Videos
Music videos that are quite frankly too hot to handle and too new to... chew... stew... accrue. Don't you worry, after a small brainstorming session; I have loads more where that came from. Featuring The Shapeshifters, You Me At Six, Papa Roach, Marit Larsen, Loick Essien, Scissor Sisters and Mcfly. Enjoy
Artist Of The Week - Kanye West (Europe)
I know I don't have to introduce this Hip-Hop powerhouse to you, so all I'm gonna say is that if you like Kanye and want to watch his new video "Power" then get to your PlayStation! NOW!!
Artist Of The Week - Children Collide (Australia, New Zealand)
According to Wikipedia "Children Collide are a rock band from Melbourne, Australia. The band is made up of Ryan Caesar on the drums, Heath Crawley on the bass, and John Mackay, on vocals and guitar. John Mackay is also proficient on the tambourine, woodblock, and triangle." Which is good enough for me! Includes new video "My Eagle"
We didn't get this one in time to go in last week's update so it's going live now, sorry for all you that couldn't wait... and believe me... it's worth the wait.
South African electro hoppers are fresh from playing Gamescom where we heard they blew the place apart! As you will know from the separate blog (that I'm sure you all read ) we have the live footage from the event on VidZone!
Well, we are planning a lot for this week but for some reason it's been really hard locking down exactly what we do have. More soon!