Mixed Media

June 2009

The Portland Cello Project: “Tallymarks” (feat. Thao) (video)

A rather opaque video from the directorial vision of Clyde Petersen.


Metric - “Help, I’m Alive” (Live on Craig Ferguson) (video)

Fantasies finds Metric and their illustrious front woman at a pivotal moment in their career. “If I stumble/Their gonna eat me alive,” Haines confesses


Sonic Youth - “No Way” (Live on Jimmy Fallon) (video)

Sonic Youth ripped through “No Way” off their latest album The Eternal last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Zach Schonfeld called the song, “


Iggy Pop and the BPA - “He’s Frank” (Live on David Letterman) (video)

Punk legend Iggy Pop jammed with big beat master Fatboy Slim last night on Letterman’s show.


Moby’s “Shot in the Back of the Head” dir. David Lynch (!) (video)

Unlikely collaborators Moby and David Lynch put their heads together for a cool black and white animated video that actually catapults the bald electronica guru


BeauSoleil - Live at the Louisiana Music Factory (videos)

Just came across these two clips of my favorite band (BeauSoleil) playing at my favorite record store, the Louisiana Music Factory. They are stellar as


St. Vincent - “Actor Out of Work” / “The Strangers” / “Oh My God” (live) (video)

St. Vincent recently sat down for an unplugged performance with Lake Fever Productions. She claims to not own an acoustic guitar… scary way to start


The Defibulators - “DumDum” (live) (video) / “Ol’ Winchester” (MP3)

The Defibulators are a New York group that manage to concoct convincing hillbilly music, or maybe it’s better labeled cowpunk. Anyway, the band is


Japandroids - Post-Nothing (new album re-release / MP3)

Japandroids Post-Nothing (Polyvinyl) Releasing: 4 August 2009 (US) / 9 June 2009 (digital) re-issue from this year’s earlier release SONG LIST 01 The Boys Are Leaving Town   02 Young Hearts


May 2009

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Green Hair Is a Beacon for Peace in Wartime in 'The Boy With Green Hair'

// Short Ends and Leader

"The titular Boy With the Green Hair becomes something of a statement for the tumultuous feelings of Americans during World War II.

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