Over in Sweden, television that features actual music still exists, as opposed to our treasures here in the US: shows about child-bearing teens and Ed Hardy wearing fist pumpers WHO AREN'T EVEN FROM JERSEY. Anyways. Klubbland is a Swedish television show that provides video footage of arists performing at actual live shows, and recently hosted the Australian group Cut Copy, whose many achievements include creating dance music that isn't annoying. The twenty minute clip shows some great 80s vibing performances by the band, including "Take Me Over", "Hearts on Fire", and "Lights and Music". There is also some footage of the band exploring the city and chatting, so really this video is worth it if just hear them speak in Australian accents.
Check out what you're missing in Sweden and watch Cut Copy's appearance on Klubbland below, while I write a passionately worded letter to MTV demanding more live music and Australian accents. Feel free to join me.