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This Pale Fire is gearing up video

New Zealander, This Pale Fire is gearing up to release his debut LP, Alchemy. To celebrate, Happy Mag just premiered his new video for the single “Curse.” Happy calls it “chilling, fantastical and impossible to tear your eyes away from.”

Watch the video here and check out what Happy has to say here

Alchemy comes out Friday!

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Posted by Bill Benson on 11.29.17 0 Comments Article Link

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HKS10 by Dylan Johnson

Helen Kelter Skelter share new single in advance of January's release

The Norman, OK rocker’s Helen Kelter Skelter have shared a new single to tide their fans over till the release of Melter on January 19th (Shaking Shanghai Records). The always impeccable folks at Austin Town Hall have the premiere right here!

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Posted by Bill Benson on 11.27.17 0 Comments Article Link

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London's Flotation Toy Warning Share Virtual Reality Video for "Controlling The Sea!"

London’s Flotation Toy Warning just released their masterful new LP, The Machine That Made Us, via French label Talitres. In celebration of the release, they’ve shared a remarkable new video for the lead track, “Controlling The Sea.”

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“Flotation Toy Warning‘s brand of space rock has always sounded futuristic but now the British band are being futuristic with a virtual reality music video. The video is for The Machine That Made Us‘ opening track “Controlling The Sea.” Much like the title, the video allows you to control what you see. You can move inside the video with a computer mouse or Oculus. It is part lyric video, part surreal animation, part steampunk, part nickelodeon. The video is as intensely an interesting watch as the song is a listen.”

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Posted by Bill Benson on 10.27.17 1 Comment Article Link

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