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O’Death – “Bugs” Music Video

O’Death are an “American Gothic Country band” — which might not seem to make that much sense, until you listen to their music while watching their music videos, which seem bizarre and ritualistic in a creepy, East Coast woodsy kind of way (and serving as one of the best interpretations of such). All the better...Read...
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Callers – “How You Hold Your Arms” Music Video

Mike Anderson’s visual interpretation for “How You Hold Your Arms” combines two sets of videos at once, but not in any way you might be able to predict. From the Western Vinyl website, they state, “A recorded song floats unchanged in time, through endless possibilities of events, spaces. Here’s a visualization of that. There are...Read...
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Pickathon Festival 2010 : Pre-Festival Coverage

A festival that manages to bring in quality folk, bluegrass, alt-country, and indie rock bands without feeling blown-out, over-run, and over-saturated. dr. dog Dr. Dog seem to be constantly, eternally on tour, and their spirited jams are easy pop jams to enjoy when basking in the sunshine. -VH MOUNTAIN VIEW STAGE ON AUG. 6 @...Read...
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JT And The Clouds – Low July Live Performance Video

Chicago artists JT And The Clouds make a brand of folk and Americana-influenced indie rock that really hits sometimes. They recently released a live video of them performing “Low July”, and everything about it is fantastic — the cinematography, the sound, the expressions… it’s just a song that makes you happy. And today, in the...Read...
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Kasey Anderson – Nowhere Nights Album Review

  Kasey Anderson’s Nowhere Nights is the worst alt-country album I have ever heard. If Ryan Adams could be photocopied, and that copy could be copied, and that copy was faxed overseas, the result could very well be this record. Repetitive, self-centered, and creatively bankrupt, Nowhere Nights is eleven indistinguishable songs about girls, small towns,...Read...
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The Little Heroes – Thank You Album Review

Catchiness can only hold your attention for so long, and even that gets stale before long on The Little Heroes’ second album, Thank You. Although it’s full of driving beats and semi-rhythmic guitar patterns, too much of it sounds like standard teenage anthems. Lyrics that are sometimes melodramatic and sometimes boring are sung at a...Read...
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