Let’s finish the week with The Buttertones‘ “Matador” video. The LA-based quintet sure knows how to put on a live show, so it’s only fitting that these new visuals, directed by Theo Cohn, feature the band performing the song. The video premiered this week via i-D, and the group’s singer-guitarist Richard Araiza had this to say about it: “We shot […]Read more ›
Post Tagged with: "Matador"
The Buttertones‘ track “Matador” is off the LA-based five piece’s upcoming LP Gravedigging due out March 31st via Innovative Leisure. The track premiered today via CLASH, where they explained that it was the first song written for their upcoming album. The band goes on to say: “It helped pave the way for a darker direction and is one of the […]Read more ›
Savages will follow up their fiercely awesome Matador LP debut, 2013’s Silence Yourself, with Adore Life, another long-player due out via the label on January 22nd. Today we watch the band’s new video for “The Answer“, directed by Giorgio Testi. Filmed in Portugal, this stylized performance video features Savages playing live in a packed and sweaty loft space, as the […]Read more ›
Algiers‘ stunning self-titled debut LP, out now on Matador, will definitely be on our Top 10 album list this year. Combustible and combative, yet deeply soulful in a way that is rarely seen in “indie” music today, Algiers is a riveting musical accomplishment by a band brimming with passion and talent. “And When You Fall” finds the group adding some […]Read more ›
If you wanna live a life like Kurt Vile‘s, well man, you’re just gonna have to get in line! Vile’s b’lieve i’m goin down LP is due out September 25th via Matador, and today we watch his new video for “Life Like This“. Directed and animated by Adam Avilla, we get a first hand look at just what that life […]Read more ›
Algiers‘ self-titled debut, due out June 1/2 via Matador, sure has garnered much deserved praise in recent months, as it’s volatile mix of post-punk and soul makes for a music that is both vital and socially necessary. Full of righteous indignation, and determined engagement, the trio of singer/guitarist Franklin James Fisher, guitarist Lee Tesche, and bassist Ryan Mahan bring a […]Read more ›
The self-titled debut LP from Algiers is due out June 2nd via Matador, and today the band posted this rousing new video for their single, “Irony. Utility. Pretext.“. Nikola Mihov’s book Forget Your Past seems to have inspired this Atlanta-based trio to travel to Yugoslavia and Bulgaria, where the haunting images in this video were filmed. The band explains: “There […]Read more ›