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Bear In Heaven – Time Between Music Video (Interview w/ Jon Philpot & Director Nick Bentgen)

For the “Time Between” music video, Bear In Heaven enlisted the help of director Nick Bentgen, who spent long nights hanging out with strangers and visiting the homes of acquaintances in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, to collect what must have been hours of observational footage. He then wove together an abstract piece of visual poetry,...
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Remix City: 120 Days, (Lots Of) Lindstrom + Bear In Heaven Throwback

Remix City Sifting through mountains of remix trash so you don’t have to, in an attempt to find the ones that contribute to their originals. Today’s post travels into Nordic territory, with an assortment of electronic jams bearing the handiwork of producer extraordinaire, Lindstrøm. 120 Days Pulsating lights and synths reflect a matrix universe wherein...Read...
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Bear In Heaven – Reflection Of You Music Video

Bear In Heaven go hyper warp-speed, a shade mustacheless, and definitely hi-resolution on their new video for “Reflection Of You,” directed by John Lee of the PFFR art collective. Is it obnoxious? Kind of. But if you stick around to the halfway point, you’ll be introduced to an awkward confetti-drenched disco ball of a man...Read...
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AU – Solid Gold Live Performance Video (Into The Woods)

AU’s music is insane — in a marching band out of a circus hall-of-mirrors kind of way. Senses of up and down and left and right are obliterated in maximalist fashion; their recent Into The Woods session utilizes quick cuts galore to highlight the Portland band’s trumpet-sax-guitar-drum-keys madness. It matters little that they’re performing in...Read...
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