Live Eye Tv caught up with The Buttertones live at Chop Suey in Seattle last night and local photographer Jordan Myers caught all the action. The LA-based 5-piece is currently on tour ahead of the release of their upcoming LP Gravedigging out March 31st via Innovative Leisure. The band, which formed back in 2011 in the heart of Hollywood around […]Read more ›
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The Kills recently released a new 360° video for “Whirling Eye“. The track is the closing number on the duo’s 2016 LP Ash & Ice, out now on Domino. Directed by Sophie Muller, the video was shot using GoPro’s Omni VR system at several locations around Los Angeles. Lots of fun to be had here following Alison Mosshart and Jamie […]Read more ›
Before California dries up into a desert or crumbles into the ocean, who better than Ty Segall to point out the noxious cloud around its gilded dream! On “Californian Hills“, Segall informs us that the Golden State is where Western Civilization has come to die, so pull up a seat, grab some popcorn, and enjoy the show. Super-fine animated visuals […]Read more ›
All the babies love “Candy Sam” ’cause dudes a good man! But, when the candies gone, baby is sad. Ty Segall‘s infectious sugar-pop packs a crunch, and he sets the track to some delirious visuals featuring all kinds of creepy baby faces. Drooling and ogling, these sticky little angels love their “Candy Sam”, and so will you. If you’re lookin’ […]Read more ›
Tuesday’s the new Saturday…Tacocat extols the virtues of the mid-week weekend, and leaves Friday and Saturday for the workin’ stiffs! “I Hate the Weekend” is directed by Jessica Aceti, and it features singer Emily Nokes and a piñata-headed version of the band blowing minds at a candy-fueled house party. What, nobody told you there was gonna be a party? Get […]Read more ›
Ty Segall‘s Emotional Mugger LP came out in January on Drag City. This new 14 minute video remixes the album into a synoptic soundtrack, and it features Ty as a man with a progressively debilitating skin condition (to say the least). Directed by Matt Yoka, Los Angeles provides the perfect backdrop here, as the city is envisioned as a violent […]Read more ›
Seattle four-piece Gazebos, known locally for their high energy and raucous live shows, will release their Hardly Art debut Die Alone on February 19th. Today we checkout the band’s new video for “Just Get High“, directed by musician/video maker Colin Dawson (Stickers), aka Daisy Heroin. All kinds of visual hijinks ensue, as Dawson has a bunch of fun with green […]Read more ›