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ELEVEN &THE FALCONS: SLOWLY ’66/ALLIGATOR IN THE CAVE

Here’s the brand new music video for my band, Eleven &the Falcons. It’s a colorful and haunting tale for our song “Slowly ’66/Alligator In The Cave” from our full-length The Death Vine, available for FREE from KillerPOP Records. The clip was created by my film collective, Dead Serials. Enjoy you awesome assholes.

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JOHANN JOHANNSSON: SUN’S GONE DIM

This song’s been around since 2006, on Johannsson‘s IBM 1401, A User’s Manual, but it just got my (and everyone else’s) attention due to it’s inclusion in the Battle: Los Angeles trailer. Check out the haunting song and it’s equally isolated video.

TENNIS: MARATHON (Live)

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Chocolate Bobka and Pitchfork.tv catch betrothed indie-poppers Tennis performing their song “Marathon” off the eponymous 7″ from Underwater Peoples.

TELETHON: GET A HOLD ON, ME Music Video

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After our pals TELETHON stopped in Asheville during their tour and played two shows with us (click here to see us perform at the second show), I decided to make a music video for one of their songs of their new 7″ People Eat Humans, Or Humans The Human Animal. I chose “Get A Hold On, Me” and for the video I looped and colored some footage of my friends (and bandmates) walking the Coney Island boardwalk on a particularly hazy day. Check it out. The song, by the way, is an amazing low-key psychedelic ditty involving some time-looping of it’s on, thematically at least.

Chillout Sessions XII

“A homage to Frank Lloyd Wright and Neutra and the lifestyles their buildings accommodated, Chillout Sessions XII takes us to a fusion of time periods somewhere between the 50s and the 80s in the filtered light of California.”

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Pianos, NYC

No, not the venue. The actual fucking instruments. Strewn about the city for your enjoyment (or annoyance). As much as I hated living in NYC, they did have some pretty cool things every once in a while. Read the story at Huffington Post.

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