Part 2 of Something New’s trip to SXSW in Austin, Texas. Featuring Duran Duran, Bright Eyes, Dum Dum Girls, Karkwa, Hollerado, Buck 65 and more.
Part 1 of Something New’s trip to SXSW in Austin, Texas. Featuring Duran Duran, Bright Eyes, Dum Dum Girls, Karkwa, Hollerado, Buck 65 and more.
The most notable moments from andPOP’s “Something New” on AUX TV.
An episode of Season 2′s segments that were lost on the cutting room floor, presented for your pleasure by editor/disgruntled barista, Casey Jones.
Jordan and Korey swallow their pride to discuss a guilty pleasure, the critically dismissed acts of the 90′s. Hootie and The Blowfish, The Backstreet Boys, The Goo Goo Dolls and Marcy Playground provide some much needed nostalgia.
Inspired by professional wrestling and reality television, Korey and Jordan put artists to the test. Meanwhile, Dan visits a different type of competitive atmosphere for some insight on the coveted Polaris Prize.
The best career move any musician or artist can make, is to die. Korey Schaefer and Jordan Bortolotti investigate society’s obsession with artists who’ve passed on before their time.
Intoxicated with the idea of screaming fans, onstage personas and the temptations that come with playing in a band, Jordan and Korey try to figure out what it’s like to be in a rock band.
24 hours behind the scenes with one of Canada’s hottest, rising Metal bands. Jordan and Korey hit the road to experience the dysfunctional genius of Abandon All Ships.
Montreal has become a home and muse for many of the country’s renowned musical acts. Jordan and Korey take an impromptu trip to uncover the magic behind one of Canada’s most prominent artistic tastemakers.
As one of the most popular and practiced genres of music, punk rock is nearly impossible to define. Korey and Jordan try to decipher what “Punk” means in 2011.
Can you believe that AUX gave us a 2nd season? Well we can’t. Here’s a preview of the upcoming season and you will see why.
Follow Korey & Jordan as they attempt to wrap their heads around “love” and what it means to the musicians of the day. Read more…
Want to see what NXNE 2010 was like? Follow Jordan and Korey to relive this unique music festival.
Korey Schaefer and Jordan Bortolotti are always up for a challenge. So they a proposed challenge in which they would shoot an entire hip-hop music video within one day. Under their group name “Cereal Killas,” they created a video for their smash hit “Do Ya Thang,” along with the help of reactiv post. Did they succeed? You tell us! And remember to check out “Something New” on AUX TV @ 9 pm EST or aux.tv!
This was an awesome episode! Korey and Jordan investigate the state of commercial hip hop – to demonstrate the division between critical acclaim and commercially successful music, Korey and Jordan exploit mainstream audiences with their own “smash single.”
The boys of “Something New” investigate the state of commercial hip hop. In an attempt to demonstrate the division between critical acclaim and commercially successful music, hosts Korey Schaefer and Jordan Bortolotti try to exploit mainstream audiences with their own “smash single.” With the help of Canadian super producer Chris Perry and Reativ pictures, two talentless hacks create what they think is a marketable product.
Korey and Jordan step away from organic instrumentation to explore the world of digital music and figure out how it became such a massive phenomenon.