Mixed Media

October 2009

Julian Casablancas - 11th Dimension (Live on Conan) (video)

When I saw Them Crooked Vultures at their first show at the Metro, nobody knew what to think of “Interlude with Ludes”, with John Paul


Ted Leo - “One Polaroid a Day” (video)

This song is brand new, taped from the audience with surprisingly good fidelity at the NBC Experience Store.


664: Neighbor of the Beast (web series)

Underground filmmaking goes episodic! 664: Neighbor of the Beast is a guerrilla web series in its second season. Rife with unabashedly campy humor melded with a


Ellie Goulding - “Under the Sheets” (video)

We posted a free download of this song earlier this month, and now there’s a shimmery video for everyone to enjoy. “Under the Sheets”


Pylon - Chomp More (new album)

Pylon Chomp More (DFA) Releasing: Out now Legendary ‘80s post-punk outfit Pylon is set to re-release their sophomore effort Chomp, digitally re-mastered and expanded as


Fan Death - Reunited (video)

Fan Death, the band, just put out a video for an extended mix of “Reunited” from their upcoming A Coin For The Well EP. Fan


Kap Bambino - “Batcaves” (Jackson Remix) (tour dates / MP3)

Hailing from Bordeaux, France, punk rock tandem Caroline Martial and Orion Bouvier make up the tantalizing Kap Bambino. Drawing upon the likes of Suicide and


Tegan and Sara - “Hell” (video)

From its dead melody to the song-closing chorus repetitions that exist only to kill time, “Hell” (from Sainthood) is completely inoffensive and forgettable. We have


Them Crooked Vultures - self-titled (new album / stream)

Them Crooked Vultures Them Crooked Vultures (Columbia (U.K.) / DGC/Interscope (U.S.)) Releasing: 16 November (U.K.) 17 November (U.S.) Stream “New Fang” from the


Nosaj Thing on Yours Truly (video)

Nosaj Thing (aka Jason Chung) talks shop and shows off the skills in this interview with Yours Truly.


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