Ty Segall‘s “Break A Guitar” video came out today and Fred Armisen, Henry Rollins, and Jack Black all make cameos. Longtime Segall video collaborator Matt Yoka returns to do the directorial honors here. He’s also responsible for Ty’s “Emotional Mugger” and “Manipulator” videos, to name a few, and on this latest effort he breaks out all the stops. A sweaty […]Read more ›
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Playing a little catch up (and mustard) today…Excited to hear !!!‘s new LP Shake The Shudder is due out May 19th via Warp Records. This week the band released a new video for the album’s title track “The One 2“. Directed by Will Galperin, it features the dancers Natsuki Miya and Ai Shimatsu performing an athletic and eye catching routine. […]Read more ›
The Kraken Quartet‘s track “The Gates” is our newest listen in on the band’s upcoming LP Separate | Migrate due out April 28th. The percussion-based group pulls out all the stops on this tour-de-force utilizing syncopated rhythms, changes of tempo, and intense interchanges between vibraphone and electronics. Earlier this month, the percussion-based group took time to chat with us in […]Read more ›
The Seattle labels Den Tapes and Bomb Pop Records are teaming up to release a new Ramona/Hard Sulks split EP tomorrow, and there’s plenty of pop-punk to love here. Ramona is a Seattle-based trio that got their start in Boston, where the band’s guitarist/vocalist Diego and bassist/vocalist Abby went to college. They report that the songs on the EP first […]Read more ›
Vex Ruffin‘s Conveyor LP came out this month on Stones Throw Records. Back in March, we checked out the album’s first single, “Front“, and this week the California-based producer has released a new video for the track. Directed by fellow musician and artist Geneva Jacuzzi, the video stars Ruffin, a mustachioed cop, and a curiously attired band of skateboarders. Jacuzzi […]Read more ›
Antonioni is a new Seattle-based quartet featuring singer/guitarist Sarah Pasillas. The musician has been releasing music since 2012, but it wasn’t until last year that she teamed up with local drummer Kyle Todaro. The pair would soon add bassist Evan Captain and guitarist Austin Dean to the fold before recently spending time at Seattle’s Pinehill Studios to record their upcoming […]Read more ›
Live Eye Tv recently caught up with percussion-based band The Kraken Quartet to discuss their upcoming LP Separate | Migrate. Featuring members on various drum sets, vibraphone, marimba and electronics, the band’s line-up includes Chris Demetriou, Andrew Dobos, Taylor Eddinger, and Sean Harvey. Corresponding via email, the Austin-based band took time to answer questions about their early days at Ithaca […]Read more ›