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Jeremy Messersmith – “Tatooine” Music Video

For singer-songwriter Jeremy Messersmith’s track, “Tatooine,” animator and director Eric Power recreates the original Stars Wars Trilogy with lots of earth-toned paper cutouts and only 2 minutes and 41 seconds to work with. Many of the film’s major moments are here, each condensed into mere seconds, with the cutest characters possible. Messersmith is presently on...Read...
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E-Rock – The Palace Of Light (Revisited) Music Video

I’ve seen a lot of tripped-out, spaced-out psychedelic videos set to electronic music in the recent past, and initially, this one certainly seems like standard fare. Bright colors and geometric shapes? Check! What I like best about this video, though, is that it takes only some of the obvious cues while exploring some other unpredictable...Read...
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Shoot The Image – “Lithograph” Music Video

Shot by director Olaf Blomerus on a 7D with the Dynamic Perception MX2 DollyEngine, this video weaves a quilt from cityscape shots of Portugal. According to geek.com, the video is a collection of time-lapse photographs made to look as though each shot was simultaneously sped-up and slowly panning: “The use of the dolly can be...Read...
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Feelings – Self-Titled Album Review

One of the most appealing aspects of Portland dance band Guidance Counselor has always been frontman Ian Anderson’s ability to incorporate punk rock rawness into the frequently frou-frou genre, to create dance punk with an heaping dose of swagger. At times, Anderson comes off like a garage-dwelling, lo-fi James Murphy — open, believable, and simultaneously...Read...
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Madeline – Black Velvet Album Review

The first time I heard Madeline was probably two years ago. With just one song, I knew that she had wooed me forever. Her voice was unmistakably tangible — in a day and age when good voices are plentiful and female singer-songwriters a drop in the bucket. Listen to “Hurry Up Pronto” – DOWNLOAD MP3...Read...
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The Lawsuits – Darleen Album Review

The Lawsuits hail from Doylestown Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It is home to the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, and affords one the chance to pursue interests in farms, vineyards and tree farms. It is a place with a heritage very much of the earth. But, on Darleen, it is the cope of starry heavens to...Read...
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Deerhoof Announce U.S. Tour, Milk Man Reissue, New 7″

This is the longest Deerhoof-related news post in the history of humanity, maybe! But here goes… First, let’s get their new tour dates out of the way! DEERHOOF TOUR DATES sept 15 – San Francisco, CA – Atrium at SFMOMA (part of Adam Pendleton’s BAND) sept 20 – Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall Of Williamsburg...Read...
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