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Low – “Try To Sleep” Music Video

I enjoy this video to no end, and it alone puts Low up 20,000 points in my book. For starters, IT HAS JOHN STAMOS!!!!!!, looking as fine as ever. The video itself is a throw-back to the days of black and white pictures. A romantic scene takes place between a couple as they’re driving in...Read...
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Young Man – “Five” Music Video

Sonia Levy’s homegrown video for Young Man (Colin Caulfield)’s “Five” captures the bittersweet blues of childhood that Young Man’s latest EP, Boy, revolve around Crystals grow and dissolve, and magic emerges and fades, without a trace, like memories. Director – Sonia Levy Assistant – Chloé Ballu DP live action – Yvan Schreck Photography crystals –...Read...
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TV On The Radio – “Will Do” Music Video

TV On The Radio explore virtual and blurred realities with their new video for “Will Do”. The nostalgic jam incorporates Minority Report-esque technologies and throws on geometric and three-dimensional filters for a video — and corresponding song — that is equally nostalgic and futuristic.
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Scattered Trees – Sympathy Album Review

Listening to Scattered Trees’ latest album, Sympathy, has been a curious experience for me. The same disc, under different settings and different circumstances, has been at times nerve-wracking and at times wonderful. Just now, I have awoken with the third track from Sympathy echoing in my head, the words, “Everyday, you love, then you leave...Read...
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Dignan Porch – Tendrils Album Cover Review & Philippa Bloomfield Interview

Dignan Porch drummer, Philippa Bloomfield, is the designer behind this strange concoction. The photograph is pulled from the childhood photo albums of Bloomfield’s mother, and it shows her mother in a school play at the age of eleven. The people seem bite-sized, and the degraded film quality hints at passed time. “The album has a...Read...
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