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The Happy Hollows – Big Bad Wolf Music Video

There are times when animation-meets-real-life videos can take a turn for the worse (see here), but The Happy Hollows and director Ryan Reichenfeld have done alright for themselves. In this case, the psychedelic cartoon world matches the music. Download track for free at: http://thehappyhollows.bandcamp.com Ω
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HEALTH – “We Are Water” Music Video

I’ve fairly recently read a book about the hidden sexuality of Little Red Riding Hood through its surprisingly numerous and varied iterations. I don’t know if this video has anything to do with the themes of that book, but it seems to. It’s bloody. It’s sexual. There’s a man who could be a bit of...Read...
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Foreign Born – “Early Warnings” Music Video

New video for Foreign Born’s “Early Warnings.” In its ’80s-esque summery treatment, random plants, flowers, and animals are identified almost scientifically, but I don’t think any of them actually exist in our current world (or at least that’s what a thorough Google search of terms like “Pesacov’s Umber” told me). And although my childhood wasn’t...Read...
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The Happy Hollows – Bunnies And Bombs Album Review

The Happy Hollows play slightly discordant indie rock that shines, thanks to witty and provocative vocals by frontwoman Sarah Negahdari. There’s something off kilter and, dare I say, demented about her lyrics and delivery that makes repeated listens unavoidable. What the instrumentation lacks in complexity it makes up for in pleasant arrangements and subtle psychedelia....Read...
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Thrice – Beggars Album Review

I find that Thrice is one of the few bands that people from across all walks of life can generally agree on. Though the band began their recorded career as a mishmash of tech metal leads and screamo-esque leanings, they have explored the larger spectrum of creativity, oftentimes citing Radiohead as a major influence for...Read...
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