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NEWS : THU, OCT 6, 2016 at 6:00 AM

Watch Goat’s New Video For “Union of Mind And Soul” + ‘Requiem’ Is Out Tomorrow, 10/5

Now for your viewing pleasure, we present the official video for “Union of Mind and Soul” by Goat. The visual trip is an alternate-vocal version of “Union of Sun and Moon,” the first track off Goat’s upcoming album, Requiem, which is out tomorrow, Oct 7th. According to directors Christofer Hogberg and Henrik Nyblom, the video for “Union of Mind and Soul” is a “coming of age flick from a different angle. A day in a life of a lone-rider young girl who created her universe.”

“Union of Mind and Soul” is available through all manner of digital music acquisition services, and is included in the digital download that comes with the vinyl LP of Requiem. North American fans can (and should) purchase the album on CD / 2xLP / DL / CASS from your local independent retailer, and also here. (via Stranded Rekords in Nordic countries, and Rocket Recordings in the rest of the world.)

Goat will be touring Europe throughout the fall, with more dates to follow. (Current schedule is below.) The band’s live show is legendary, and “…A psychedelic rock ritual of rhythm, motion, hypnotic repetition, and ecstatic drive.” according to the New York Times.


Requiem finds Swedish psych explorers Goat focusing more on their subdued, bucolic ritualism than psilocybin freakouts. (Stream Requiem here.) A clear folk-rock influence pervades the album, with stand-out tracks “Alarms,” “Try My Robe,” and “Union of Sun and Moon.”  But Goat hasn’t foregone their fiery charms—tracks like “All-Seeing Eye” and “Goatfuzz” conjure the sultry pulsations that ensnared us on 2012’s World Music and 2014’s Commune. Requiem is available via Sub Pop Records in North America, Stranded Rekords in Nordic countries, and Rocket Recordings in the rest of the world.


Tour Dates + Ticket Links

Oct. 07 - Malmö, SE - Babel

Oct. 08 -  Köpenhamn, DK - Den grå hal

Oct. 10 - Köln, DE - Stadtgarten

Oct. 11 - München, DE - Ampere

Oct. 12 - Berlin, DE  - Berghain

Oct. 13 - Heidelberg, DE - Karlstorbahnhof EnjoyJazz

Oct. 14 - Paris, FR - Cabaret Sauvage

Oct. 16 - Antwerp, BE - Desertfest

Oct. 17 - Brighton, UK - All Saints Church

Oct. 18 - London, UK - Coronet

Oct. 19 - Bristol, UK - SWX

Oct. 20 - Newcastle, UK - Riverside

Oct. 21 - Glasgow, UK - 02 ABC

Oct. 22 - Manchester, UK - Albert Hall

Nov. 11-12 - Oslo, NO - Oslo Psych Fest


Posted by Rachel White

NEWS : WED, SEP 14, 2016 at 7:00 AM

Watch Morgan Delt’s Celestial New Visual For “Some Sunsick Day”; North American Tour with Mass Gothic Is Underway

Feast your sees and hears on Morgan Delt’s brand new Vinyl Williams directed video for “Some Sunsick Day,” the standout single from Phase Zero, his Sub Pop debut. This tripped-out new visual premiered today by way of Brooklyn Vegan (see here).

Delt’s North American fall tour begins tonight, September 14th in Chicago, IL at Schubas and ends September 24th in Brooklyn, NY at Baby’s All Right. Support for these dates will come from Sub Pop label mates Mass Gothic. (listing + links below.)


[Photo Credit: Lily Keep]

Phase Zero is now available in finer record stores throughout the known universe, and also here.  The album features singles “I Don’t Wanna See What’s Happening Outside,” “The System of 1000 Lies,” and the above-embeded “Some Sunsick Day.”



Tour Dates + Ticket Links

Sep. 14 - Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle

Sep. 15 - Detroit, MI - UFO Factory

Sep. 16 - Toronto, ON - The Silver Dollar

Sep. 17 - Montreal, QC - Bar Le Ritz

Sep. 20 - Washington, DC - DC9

Sep. 21 - Philadelphia, PA - Boot & Saddle

Sep. 23 - Cambridge, MA - Middle East

Sep. 24 - Brooklyn, NY - Baby’s All Right

All dates with Mass Gothic


Posted by Rachel White

NEWS : WED, AUG 24, 2016 at 7:00 AM

Watch Clipping’s Gravity-Defying New Video for “Air ‘Em Out” Directed By Carlos Lopez Estrada

Clipping just dropped their official video for “Air ‘Em Out,” another stellar track off their upcoming Sci-Fi/dystopian concept album Splendor & Misery (out September 9th via Sub Pop and Deathbomb Arc.

The “Air ‘Em Out” visual was helmed by returning director Carlos Lopez Estrada (“Work Work,” “Inside Out”) and stars Clipping frontman Daveed Diggs. (Yes, that dude from Hamilton Musical.)
 
Lopez Estrada says of the clip, “I met with clipping a few months ago to talk about potential ideas for this video and Jonathan half jokingly said that we should put Daveed in zero gravity. I emailed them back a few days later saying “I know you were kidding, but what if we do?” We then embarked on a wonderful creative journey of scrappy visual effect techniques and ended up with our own janky version of zero gravity, which turned up to be a pretty cool thing, I believe.”


Splendor & Misery is led by the highlights “Baby Don’t Sleep,” “A Better Place,” and the aforementioned “Air ‘Em Out,”and is now available for preorder on CD/LP/DL/CASS from Sub Pop [here] and Deathbomb Arc [here].  Preorders through Sub Pop Mega Mart and independent retailers near you will receive the Loser edition - pictured above - on crystal clear vinyl while supplies last. 


Additionally, Wriggle, the group’s recent surprise EP, is also available [right over here].


Clipping’s current tour schedule in support of Wriggle and Splendor & Misery includes: A hometown release show on September 8th in Los Angeles at Highways Performance Space (with Busdriver and Pedestrian Deposit); September 11th at the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival;  And September 30th in Los Angeles at the Smell. More dates will be announced soon, and the current schedule is below.


[Photo Credit: Sarah Sitkin]
 
Tour Dates + Ticket Links
Sep. 08 - Los Angeles, CA - Highways Performance Space*
Sep. 11 - San Francisco, CA - San Francisco Electronic Music Festival
Sep. 30 - Los Angeles, CA - The Smell (Benefit Show)**
* w/ Busdriver, Pedestrian Deposit
** w/ The Mae Shi


Posted by Rachel White

NEWS : WED, JUN 29, 2016 at 7:00 AM

Watch Clipping’s GIFtastic “Wriggle” video (directed by Rodney Ascher)

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Late last night, Clipping dropped their official video for “Wriggle,” the title cut from their just-released EP. (Which is out now and available for your purchasing pleasure here.) Hear the full EP here; see more of Clipping’s eye-assaulting visuals here

The frantic clip - directed by Rodney Ascher - pairs performance footage of Clipping’s Daveed Diggs edited into a barrage of GIFs and we CAN’T STOP WATCHING. 



Posted by Rachel White

NEWS : THU, MAY 19, 2016 at 7:00 AM

Kyle Craft Shares “Eye of a Hurricane” Video + Tour Dates With Fruit Bats Start Tonight

Kyle Craft’s acclaimed debut album Dolls of Highland is only three-ish weeks old and yet he already has his first music video in the can. And I’ll tell you what, this can in particular is worth the watch.  As with the album, the video leaves no room for disappointment.

The saucy new visual was co-directed by Craft and Tyler Bertram, and Craft had this to say of the process: “The video just fell into my lap in a lot of ways.  I wanted something quick with a candid feel to it.  One of my roommates was having his annual drag birthday get together and it seemed like the story would sort of write itself if we just started shooting.  I feel like we approached this in the same way I approached the album… Hit record, see what happens.”


Kyle Craft’s late spring U.S. tour in support of Dolls of Highland resumes tonight, May 19th in San Francisco at the Independent and currently ends May 30th in Salt Lake City, UT at Kilby Court. Along the way, he’ll support Fruit Bats (May19th-25th) and share the stage with label mates Arbor Labor Union (May 29th). Additional live dates will be announced shortly.  (complete dates below.)


Dolls of Highland is currently available on CD / LP / DL / CASS from Sub Pop Mega Mart, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and Bandcamp. The limited “Loser” edition on pink with black-swirled vinyl while sold out via the Megamart, is still available at shows on tour and at independent retailers near you (while supplies last). 



Tour Dates

May 19 - San Francisco, CA - The Independent*

May 20 - Los Angeles, CA - Roxy*

May 21 - San Diego, CA - Casbah*

May 22 - Phoenix, AZ - Valley Bar*

May 24 - Austin, TX - Parish*

May 25 - Dallas, TX - Three Links*

May 26 - Shreveport, LA - Bears on Fairfield

May 29 - Denver, CO - Lost Lake Lounge**

May 30 - Salt Lake City, UT - Kilby Court

*w/ Fruit Bats

** w/ Arbor Labor Union

Find ticket links in this place.


Posted by Rachel White

NEWS : WED, MAY 18, 2016 at 8:00 AM

Watch Arbor Labor Union’s Surreal New Video for “Volume Peaks” via The A.V. Club

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Georgian rippers Arbor Labor Union have shared their self-directed, official video for “Volume Peaks” - an illuminating track from I Hear You, their Sub Pop debut - watch it now by way of The A.V. Club.  

The band had this to say of their surreal new visual: ”Four elemental entities take human form and instinctively set out in search for one another.  Once the merry band is together, they fall deep into a dream of shared vision.  They awake again with clear purpose and directive. They set out to attain their grandiose mission (see video premiere May 18th).”

Arbor Labor Union’s U.S. tour in support of I Hear You, is currently underway, with a show tonight, May 18th in Philadelphia, PA at Kung Fu Necktie. The tour ends Friday, June 17th in Athens, GA at the 40 Watt. Highlights for the tour include: New York’s Mercury Lounge on Thursday, May 19th; Chicago at Schubas on May 24th; Minneapolis at 7th Street Entry on May 26th; And June 8th at Bootleg Hi-Fi in Los Angeles.  (complete dates below.)




Arbor Labor Union’s I Hear You is available right this very minute via Sub Pop Mega Mart, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Bandcamp and independent record shops near you, and we still have a few copies of the limited “Loser” edition on pink vinyl for you in the Mega Mart.


Tour Dates

May 18 - Philadelphia, PA - Kung Fu Necktie

May 19 - New York, NY - Mercury Lounge

May 20 - Cambridge, MA - Club Bohemia

May 21 - Buffalo, NY - The Leopard Lounge at Town Ballroom

May 22 - Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop

May 24 - Chicago, IL - Schubas

May 25 - Madison, WI - The Frequency

May 26 - Minneapolis, MN - 7th Street Entry

May 27 - Iowa City, IA - The Mill

May 28 - Omaha, NE - Milk Run

May 29 - Denver, CO - Lost Lake Lounge

May 31 - Salt Lake City, UT - Kilby Court

Jun. 02 - Nampa, ID - Flying M Coffee

Jun. 03 - Seattle, WA - Barboza

Jun. 04 - Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios

Jun. 06 - San Francisco, CA - Rickshaw Stop

Jun. 07 - Santa Ana, CA - Constellation Room

Jun. 08 - Los Angeles, CA - Bootleg Hi-Fi

Jun. 10 - San Diego, CA - Hideout

Jun. 11 - Phoenix, AZ - Valley Bar

Jun. 13 - Austin, TX - The Mohawk

Jun. 14 - Dallas, TX - Club Dada

Jun. 15 - Houston, TX - Rudyard’s

Jun. 17 - Athens, GA - 40 Watt

Ticket links can be found in this place.


Posted by Rachel White