Chastity Belt‘s new video “Different Now” is an homage to the early-’90s Temple of Dog video for “Hunger Strike“. Directed by Bobby McHugh, and starring the ladies in the band, this recast of the classic doesn’t miss a beat. Mirroring the original’s location and mood–even the slate grey clouds piled high in the sky over the cold waters of Puget […]Read more ›
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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 ›
Hang out on the streets and drop acid with Gazebos! Or don’t. The Seattle four-piece just released their debut LP Die Alone this week on Hardly Art, and the band has a brand new video for their track “I Don’t Wanna Be Here“. Directed by Carlos Lopez, and featuring Shannon Perry and Co. in all kinds of situations you wouldn’t […]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 ›
Garage punk revivalists Shannon and the Clams released their Gone by the Dawn LP this year on Hardly Art, and today we take a look at their newest video for “It’s Too Late“. Directed by Dan Shaw and Ryan Browne, and featuring “animatronic critters” made by the band’s guitarist Cody Blanchard, here’s a cautionary tale about getting too loaded with […]Read more ›
Grave Babies‘ Holographic Violence LP is out now on Hardly Art, and today we watch the band’s new video for “Metal Me“. Directed by Bobby McHugh, this noir thriller begins with a late night altercation on the street, after a menacing biker thug hurls a homophobic insult at this video’s innocent protagonist. Triggering a series of ill-fated revenge fantasies, “Metal […]Read more ›
La Luz released their Weirdo Shrine LP this past August via Hardly Art. Recorded by Ty Segall at a surf shop down in San Dimas, California, the Seattle-based quartet used live tracking in the shop’s close quarters to capture their infectious energy and sound. Today we watch the band’s new video for one of the album’s standout tracks, “You Disappear“. […]Read more ›