Math rock supergroup They're/Their/There (members from Owen, Into It. Over It., Loose Lips Sink Ships, American Football) released their first music video today, and we couldn't be more psyched. "New Blood" is true to its name and features a stomach-turning amount of blood as rain, toothpaste, and even as syrup over waffles. Off of their Analog Weekend EP officially out tomorrow, you can find the music video on Alternative Press or check the video above.
Beware, anyone who grosses out easily - these booger shots are not for the faint of stomach. In The Dodos' animated new music video for "Transformer", a solitary man in a log cabin picks his shnoz and adds it to an expanding ball of nose goo. But then, his nose turns on him. Directed by Spencer Hicks and animated by Jess Wheelock, "Transformer" comes off of The Dodos fifth studio released album, Carrier. Pick it up at our e-store HERE, and watch the music video on Fuse HERE.
Holy smokes, Batman Kid! Wampire just debuted a brand new music video for "The Hearse" on Gorilla vs. Bear today. Click HERE to watch it on GvB for a cinematic narrative complete with huge 80's hair and attempted murder, as directed by the talented Raphaël Pfeiffer.
"The Hearse" is off of Wampire's recently released album Curiosity, and you can purchase it at our e-store HERE.
Another of Montreal radio session?! Yep, you're in luck. The band took time out of their tour to stop by KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic session for an in-studio performance. Watch "She Ain't Speakin' Now" above, or click HERE to see "Fugitive Air", both off of their latest release, Lousy With Sylvianbriar. Dunno if the band will be in your town soon? Tour dates are HERE.
You know what you should do? You should watch this intimate performance of Kevin Barnes and Rebecca Cash singing an acoustic version of "She Ain't Speakin' Now". Filmed by 405tv, the session features the duo hanging out in a London flat during their most recent trip to the UK. Watch it on Youtube above, or click HERE to get to 405tv's posting.
"She Ain't Speakin' Now" is off of of Montreal's last release, Lousy with Sylvianbriar, available for purchase HERE.
Recently of Montreal stepped into the studio for a WNYC Soundcheck session while on a New York City tour pitstop. You can listen to the full session, and watch Kevin Barnes and Rebecca Cash croon "Fugitive Air" and "Raindrop In My Skull" on Soundcheck's website HERE. Above we've left you "Fugitive Air" for a quick tease of the whole performance.
Watch the tiniest new band member of Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin shake his robotic bad self in their new video for "Unearth". Yowza, is it adorable. They filmed him while touring in Japan, everywhere from karaoke bars to sushi spots. MTV Hive debuted the video, and you can find their commentary HERE.
"Unearth" is off of their recently released album Fly By Wire, which you can find RIGHT HERE.
Mike Kinsella stumbles and weaves through a new Owen music video for "Bad Blood" directed by Guise (Samuel Gursky and Mitchell Wojcik) where the mourners for a funeral gather in a record store. Off of his recently released album L'ami du Peuple, the song digs deep into a family's unexposed roots with SPIN describing it as "a majestic, country-informed single". Check out the Youtube video above, or head over to SPIN to watch!
Our friends over at Audiotree Live filmed Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin in a session that showcases a few songs off of their latest album, Fly By Wire, as well as familiar favorites. With Audiotree describing Fly By Wire "as contagious as ever," you'd be silly not to watch. You can buy the five songs for $5.99 on their website HERE, and/or ogle the session for free.
of Montreal's new video for "Fugitive Air" already made its debut on Huffington Post a few weeks ago, but now the totally Safe For Work version is up and ready to be watched all around the office! The video was directed by Nina Barnes and was shot in Miami, FL and Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Check it out!
KEXP caught The Dodos performance at Doug Fir for their Musicfest NW broadcast and lucky for you, we're spreading the news as far as we can. If you can't see them on this tour, no need to fret. You can see them play "The Current" above, or head over to KEXP to watch the entire show.
of Montreal's Kevin Barnes and Rebecca Cash met up with The 405 in London recently to perform a very special acostic version of "She Ain't Speakin' Now" from the band's newest record, Lousy with Sylvianbriar. We highly reccommend taking four minutes out of the work day to sit back, plug in your headphones, and enjoy the stripped down artistry of Kevin's songwriting. Check out The 405 for behind the scenes photos and more.
The new of Montreal video of "Fugitive Air" made its debut on Huffington Post today. The video was directed by Nina Barnes and was shot in Miami, FL and Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Be warned though...this bad boy leans on the NSFW side of things. Check it out by CLICKING HERE.
In case you've been holed-up marathoning Breaking Bad these last few months, of Montreal is releasing a NEW album on October 8th titled Lousy with Sylvianbriar. Leading up to that very exciting day, Kevin Barnes and Rebecca Cash performed "Fugitive Air" for a Gigwise Session in which Kevin muses about stealing oil from cat's eyes, and negative emotions towards an unnamed relationship. Click the link below to watch!
If you're trudging through this Indian Summer just like us, then you should definitely check out Someone Still Love You Boris Yeltsin's rad new music video for "Nightwater Girlfriend". Directed by Brook Linder, the video features the sunny city streeets of Branson, Missouri, and some serious waterpark fun. It premiered today on The A.V. Club and you can check the link below for their superb commentary, or just catch the video via Youtube above.
You may want to sit down for this one folks... okay, ready?
Yesterday The Dodos debuted a new music video for "Confidence" on NPR's All Songs Considered, and we couldn't be more thrilled to divulge the deets. Off of their recently released album, Carrier, it's a sequel to the "Companions" video that came out in 2011, and features a high-speed chase, bathrobe couture, and one sweet, sweet moustache. It's directed by Nate Chan, and you can find it by clicking the NPR link or the Youtube video above.
The Dodos decided to kick off a MASSIVE fall tour by playing on The Late Show with David Letterman last week. So, did everyone stay up to watch? Even if you didn't make it (like me), you can still watch them performing "Confidence" through the powers of the wonderful world wide web, er, I mean the video above.
Generationals sat down for a super intimate Amoeba Green Room Session in Hollywood during their last US tour. Check out the video above of them playing "Spinoza" off of their spring released album, Heza, or follow the link below for the full performance!
Woah, it's an awesome day. The sun is shining in San Francisco, I'm going to buy a churro later, but mainly it's rad because I get to share this full performance of Generationals on KEXP with all of you guys. Watch it above, and don't forget to check out their latest album Heza if you haven't already.
Yes! It's finally happening again! Deerhoof just announced they're kicking off a tour with LXMP this November that starts in New York, rolls through a few cities in California, and ends in New Mexico. Check the dates below to see if the "cuddly but chaotic" band will be showing up in your city, and then buy tickets on our TOUR PAGE.
Just in case you've never seen these guys live before, Deerhoof also just shared a super stealth stop-motion video their friend Liam Finn filmed when they toured together. Check it out above!
Deerhoof Tour Dates:
11/01 - Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg (Tinderbox Festival) 11/02 - Tucson, AZ @ Old Tucson Studios (Night of the Living Fest) 11/03 - San Diego, CA @ Irenic 11/04 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Echoplex 11/05 - San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill 11/07 - Seattle, WA @ The Vera Project 11/08 - Boise, ID @ Neurolux 11/09 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Urban Lounge 11/10 - Denver, CO @ Hi-Dive 11/11 - Albuquerque, NM @ SisterHide More