Post Tagged with: "Fake Palms"

Listen: 20 Favorite Albums Of 2017

Listen: 20 Favorite Albums Of 2017

With the year in music drawing to a close, we look back on our 20 Favorite Albums of 2017. While it might be easier to compare apples to apples, this genre-spanning collection compares apples to oranges. We find it a more “fruitful” approach when boundaries are broken down and exceptional, but quite different artists, such as Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and […]

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Watch: 25 Favorite Videos of 2017

Watch: 25 Favorite Videos of 2017

Watch Live Eye Tv’s 25 Favorite Videos of 2017…This year will definitely go down as one of the strangest in recent memory. As the US and Europe dealt with the political fallout of their reactionary lurch to the Right, progressively minded artists and musicians around the world rose to meet the challenge. It’s only fitting, then, that our year in […]

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Watch: Fake Palms "Hologram"

Watch: Fake Palms “Holograms”

Canadian noise-pop band Fake Palms released their Pure Mind LP this month via Buzz Records/Pleasence Records. This past August we watched the quartet’s video for “I’m Not There“ featuring a trippy rework of a Spot the Dog adventure. This week the band released a stunning visual treatment for the track “Holograms,” created by the Toronto-based artist Jared Sales, who began […]

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Watch: Fake Palms "I'm Not There" (Photo By: Cristina Naccarato)

Watch: Fake Palms “I’m Not There”

Fake Palms will release their sophomore LP Pure Mind on September 15th (Buzz Records/Pleasence Records). The Toronto-based quartet dropped their self-titled debut back in 2015, and it was a gritty platter of jangle-pop full of punk anxiety. On “I’m Not There,” they continue to chart that course even as they brush off some of that first effort’s dirt and dust. […]

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Watch: Fake Palms “Sparkles”

Watch: Fake Palms “Sparkles”

The Toronto noise-pop band Fake Palms will release their self-titled debut LP on August 28th via Buzz Records. Initially a home project for guitarist Michael le Riche, the project really got off the ground earlier this year when members of Hooded Fang and Slim Twig’s backing band joined up. Le Riche reports that the track “Sparkles“, “…was the song from […]

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