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Undersea Poem – Self-Titled Album Review

Chris Root and Juju Stulbach have created a self-titled album that entertains better as a whole than as a collection of individual songs. Undersea Poem is truly an indie symphony movement, which serves as a beautiful backdrop, at that. Initially, I didn’t find anything particularly compelling amidst the inviting sound of Undersea Poem. During one...Read...
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Rhian Sheehan – “Part 03” Music Video

Releasing albums for the end of the year is like the Oscar push. Those put out too early, save for a few, generally get left behind in the dust by easily excitable individuals like myself. There are worse things that can happen in life, but the fact that I left off Rhian Sheehan’s absolutely majestic...Read...
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João Orecchia – “Falling Out” Music Video

João Orecchia has a new album coming out on Portland-based label Other Electricities. Here’s a video for “Falling Out,” which gives animations textural treatments and delves in and out of digitalized landscapes layer by layer. Pretty one-of-a-kind! Directed by Shukry Adams.   Ω
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Flairs – “Trucker’s Delight” Music Video

This video isn’t for the easily squeamish, but it’s pretty amazing in its 8-bit goodness. Inspired by the song’s title, “Trucker’s Delight,” the video is an off-the-wall, videogame-like tribute to the darkest and foulest parts of truck drivers’ lifestyles. There’s some blood, some tits and ass, and loads of overall lude behavior, but it’s all...Read...
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Big Spider’s Back – “Warped” Music Video

Just sharing some jolly good locally-grown experimental psych-pop with you, courtesy of Big Spider’s Back and director Karla Santos. The video for “Warped” captures psychedelic pop in its essence, really, with radiant colors swirling in and out of consciousness, melding with shapes and figures reminiscent of those formed when Polaroids burn or planets collide. Warped...Read...
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Black Feather – “Razor Blade” Music Video

I hear the words “haunting” and “beautiful” used to describe a lot of songs, but to me, this beautiful track by Black Feather, “Razor Blade,” is epic and daring and completely worthy of those two adjectives. Their record dropped earlier this year on Portland, Oregon’s Other Electricities, and I’d say this song is the best...Read...
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Royksopp – “This Must Be It” Music Video

Wrinkly old men and women in a primitive yet modern instrumental utopia? Loinclothes, bows and arrows, and BBQ meat central? Fever Ray / The Knife vocalist Karin Dreijer Andersson sings for Röyksopp’s new single, “This Must Be It,” and the video is a weird weird take on a community that’s a little bit hippie, a...Read...
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Arms And Sleepers – Matador Album Review

The lead-in to Arms And Sleepers’ new disc, Matador, is only a little over a minute, but it does what it’s supposed to. In just that short time period, it wordlessly sets the stage for the rest of the disc, with twinkling keys pricking in and out of the background and strings gliding over its...Read...