Watch John Carpenter’s Video “Utopian Facade”: John Carpenter has a new video for his track “Utopian Facade“, off Lost Themes II, out this year on Sacred Bones. Produced and directed by Gavin Hignight and Ben Verhulst–also responsible for Carpenter’s “Night” video–this new offering follows a beautiful android unit as she attempts to deliver a mysterious, glowing package that contains “Utopian […]Read more ›
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Watch Rex The Dog’s Video “Teufelsberg”: UK producer Jake Williams releases music under the name Rex the Dog, and on September 9th he returns to Kompakt with his Teufelsberg EP. In recent years the musician has really developed his interest in modular synthesizers, building his own hardware for studio and live use–as can be seen in this rad new video […]Read more ›
Texas-based musician Sean Kirkpatrick wasn’t looking to start another band back in 2007 when he released his debut solo LP Turn On the Interference, as the keyboardist/vocalist already had a steady gig with The Paper Chase; but when former Falcon Project bandmate Ian Hamilton offered his services as an accompanying keyboardist, and former Deathray Davies’ drummer Robert Anderson joined on […]Read more ›
Horror master John Carpenter created the soundtracks for many of his classic films such as Halloween, The Fog, and Assault On Precinct 13, and this year the director added to his ouevre putting out his Lost Themes LP via Sacred Bones–a collection of nine new, non-soundtrack compositions. Created in collaboration with his son Cody, of the prog/fusion band Ludrium, as […]Read more ›
Last month we checked out Thee Oh Sees kick-ass new LP Mutilator Defeated At Last, out now on Castle Face Records. Never one to sit still, though, John Dwyer adds another sonic chapter to his Damaged Bug project this month, with the release of Cold Hot Plumbs via the label. Damaged Bug is Dwyer’s analogue synth leaning solo project, but […]Read more ›
Sam Prekop hooks up with fellow Chicagoan, video synthesizer designer and artist Nick Ciontea, on these nifty new visuals for “A Geometric“, off Prekop’s LP The Republic (Thrill Jockey). Seems like a natural pairing, as Prekop’s solo work has featured his interest in analogue synthesizers, while Ciontea’s BrownShoesOnly design analogue-based video synthesizer modules that have been featured at the Austin […]Read more ›
Seattle’s Medical Records celebrates 5 years of “classic synth, cosmic disco, wave (cold/new), and future music” with their upcoming 2xLP Synesthesia – The First Five Years, due out June 11th. It just so happens that this will be the 50th release from the label’s already impressive catalog, and while the first three album sides will feature a “best of” collection […]Read more ›