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Dawn of Midi – Dysnomia Album Review (w/ Track-By-Track of Astronomical & Mythological Implications)

When the American trio Dawn of Midi released their accomplished 2010 debut album, First, the world had gained another practitioner of minimalist free jazz. Two years in the making, and at a reported cost of thirty thousand dollars, Dysnomia is the follow-up to that promising debut, and builds masterfully on First, delivering an exciting blend...
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Moderat – Bad Kingdom Music Video (MV of the Week + Pfadfinderei Design Collective Interview)

Moderat, the collaboration between German musicians Modeselektor and Apparat, have returned with this music video by their long-time collaborators, the design collective Pfadfinderei [ fɑ:d’fɪndɜ:raɪ ]. Constantly marching ahead in warp-speed fashion, the “Bad Kingdom” music video mixes and matches a series of blue-lined illustrations that unfold to tell the tale of mankind’s cruelty and...Read...
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Lumerians – Life Without Skin Music Video + Interview w/ Director Waylon Bacon (MV of the Week)

Oakland’s Lumerians are releasing The High Frontier this month, and its first single is the surprisingly female-narrated “Life Without Skin”. The track shows Lumerians at their finest, full of subdued control; they roll through different sonic moves and structural movements with ease, without leaving behind the swirling qualities they are so well-known for. Visuals have...Read...
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Strangefruit – Sea of Fog Music Video (MV of the Week) + Director / Musician Interviews

"The original concept was that the music video would become almost like an art film. Something powerful, dramatic and theatrical, drawing on my research into psychoanalytical theories revolving around the origins of desire, sexuality and power. Exploring gender roles, the uncanny, the macabre, and Freudian theories of death and sex." Laura Clarke, Director
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múm – Toothwheels Music Video (MV of the Week)

This flickering video for "Toothwheels", a collaboration between múm, Árni Rúnar Hlöðversson and Bruno Granato, visually translates the intent of the record, to "show the juxtoposing of two conflicting meanings, taking advantage of the energy created through the tension of both." The music video downright electrical, with its blasts of light and luminous accents framing...
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Our Children – À Perdre La Raison Film Review – Belgium, 2013

At the start of Our Children, a young couple frolicks about, madly in love, over-the-top saccharine, full of wordless smiles and child-like naivete. Soon, an elderly doctor, clearly a father-figure in the young man’s life, appears. He warns the young man against a serious relationship with the young woman, citing the cultural difference of her...Read...
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