Mixed Media

May 2010

Band of Horses Drops New Album Teaser (video)

Band of Horses have been dropping a steady trail of bread crumbs toward the May 18 release of their third album, Infinite Arms, with videos for

Can You Skateboard with an iPad? (video)

What will they think of next? Well, you’re supposed to be able to do almost anything with an iPad, right, so why not skateboard.

Felix Cartal - “Volcano” Video (PopMatters Premiere)

Felix Cartal mashes up electronic music styles in his remix work for notables such as MSTRKRFT and Ashlee Simpson, as well as on his debut

The Clientele Covers M.I.A.‘s ‘Paper Planes’ (video)

This is a bit easier on the eyes compared to red headed children being murdered, isn’t it? As part of AV Club’s “Undercover”

Chapterhouse Battles Eyjafjallajökull, Postpones North American Tour

Indie/shoegaze fanatics who’d wept salty tears of absolute joy at the news last year of Chapterhouse’s decision to reunite for a world

New Gang of Four Album Due This Summer (interview / pledge drive)

It’s not quite the same thing as being part of a legendary post-punk band 30 years past its prime, but you can help out in

The American: George Clooney Goes Back to His Beloved Italy (trailer)

The new film from director Anton Corbijn stars Clooney as an assassin who just needs to do that one last job before getting out of the hit man business.

Adam Kesher - “Hour of the Wolf” (MP3)

Contrary to any images conjured up by the name, Adam Kesher is not a solo act. Rather, they are a French five piece, whose infectiously

You Can’t Do Without ‘You Can’t Do That on Television’

Volumes could be written about You Can’t Do That on Television, the Canadian kids’ show which ran in the States on the cable channel

Wolf Parade - Expo 86 (new album / stream)

Wolf Parade Expo 86 (Sub Pop) Releasing: 29 June There has probably never been a bigger week for fans of Canadian alt-rock collectives than this one. Not

April 2010

//Mixed media

The Sound and the Warmth: An Interview with Cardiknox

// Sound Affects

"New York's Cardiknox are taking more steps in their goal of world domination. With their debut record Portrait out, the band are dreaming big, wanting to transcend the indie pop scene.

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