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Brad Laner – “Eyes Close” Music Video

This video, from Brad Laner’s album, Natural Selections, takes images of cityscapes and reduces them to obscured, colorful geometric squares and rectangles. The shots are then edited so that the transitions between shots match up with the rhythms. Not terribly complicated, but the finished product is beautiful in a minimal, architectural way. Directed by Josh...Read...
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Mogwai’s Burning (2010) Film Review

Mogwai’s claim for being the “loudest live band on the planet” gets thrown around quite often — and why shouldn’t it? If your band is reliant on distortion, just crank those knobs and make some eardrums bleed. That is, at least, the mentality for a lot of bands. And while the Scottish post-rock tour de...Read...
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Love & Theft by Andreas Hykade

Visual-audio synthesis is one of my favorite things these days, and this video by Andreas Hykade blows through a diverse musical universe and links them all together with vaguely human and cartoon forms. Colors and pacing change the overall tone of it.   Ω
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Oddsac, With Members Of Animal Collective!

Tonight! At the Egyptian in Seattle. Be there or be square. With special guests director Danny Perez and members of Animal Collective. $15. 7pm & 9pm. Tickets available at the door, cash only. Walk up ticket sales and will-call pickup starts at 6pm at the theater. Many more cities announced soon, DVD/iTunes release in June....Read...
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Northwest Film Forum’s Visual Music Series

The relationship between visuals and music are starting to be explored ad nauseum by musicians of all calibers and stages in their careers, but it’s important to take a look back on the forces and individuals who have brought our musical-visual synthesis to its current popularity. Northwest Film Forum’s upcoming Visual Music series will help...Read...
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Kinski Live Show Review & Process Interview : Balancing Music And Cinema, Rock And Experimentation

It almost makes too much sense that Kinski would choose to do a live score to the experimental silent film, Berlin: Symphony of a City. The band named themselves after Klaus Kinski, the wonderfully insane sidekick to legendary German New Wave director Werner Herzog (whose surname was also used in a Kinski side project).
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