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SIINAI‘s “Anthem 1&2” Music Video Set To Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Holy Mountain

Chilean filmmakerAlejandro Jodorowsky’s Holy Mountain was released in 1973. The psychedelic story is geometry-heavy and laden with symbolic imagery and metaphysical themes. In short, the visually-stunning masterpiece has inspired countless creations, and it seems to be receiving another breath of fresh air as of late. REDEFINE MUSICIANS, ARTISTS, AND FILMMAKERS WHO HAVE BEEN INSPIRED BY...Read...
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Midday Veil – “Anthem” Music Video

I think my brain waves are rippling in time with the amorphous pustules and static globs of this video. Really, though, I can’t figure out why this is so mesmerizing… there is really nothing incredibly complicated about it, but the soothing qualities of vocalist Emily Pothast’s voice just kind of lullaby me into submission, and...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).