“Joan Of Arc” By BRÅVES

The Who: BRÅVES (Los Angeles, CA) The What: Over the years we have become familiar and friendly with the music created by The Brothers Koren (Jericho and his brother, Thorald) in the form of The Kin, and we have extended that familiarity to their experimental expression of BRÅVES; their collaboration with producer Johnny What which – earlier this year – yielded a […]

“Forget Your Finery” By VOWWS

“We didn’t plan to make a video for this song but we didn’t want to just throw up a jpeg.” – Rizz The Who: VOWWS (Los Angeles, CA) The What: It’s the first single off of the upcoming album, Under The World (due out in February via Anti-Language Records) from Sydney, Australia natives VOWWS and a song which Matt calls, “one of […]

“Zombie” By Langhorne Slim

The Who: Langhorne Slim (Nashville, TN) The What: If the words, “What did I just watch?” happen to slip out after you’ve watched Langhorne Slim’s new video for his single, “Zombie,” no one around here is going to judge. But the fact is nothing says “Halloween” like romancing the undead! Filmed in Nashville, TN and directed by Joshua Shoemaker, here […]

“Goodpain” By Yoke Lore

The Who: Yoke Lore (Brooklyn, NY) The What: Good pain: is there ever really such a thing? Brooklyn singer-songwriter Adrian Galvin aka Yoke Lore makes the case for just that with “Goodpain” where – with a virtual reality assist –  the memory of a missed connection (paging Craigslist!) and what could have been becomes more sweet than bitter. As Galvan […]

“In My Arms” By Grizfolk Ft. Jamie N Commons

“I mentioned an idea of the ‘falling dream,’ the one where you jolt awake right before, or as you hit the ground in a breathless state. ‘In My Arms’ came from a place of wanting to comfort someone in times of trouble and distress which couldn’t be more important in any given time, especially right now.” – Brendan Willing James The […]

“My Way” By Jack Bruno

“I lost the last six months / Drowned myself in these plastic cups” The Who: Jack Bruno (Los Angeles, CA) The What: When push comes to shove, necessity can be the mother of reinvention. Just ask Jack Bruno who was fronting one of Los Angeles’ most promising indie alternative bands until substance abuse derailed that train but, if nothing else, […]

“Never Swim Alone” By Death From Above

The Who: Death From Above (Toronto, Canada) The What: In black and white, embracing their natural inclination for bringing a sonic car wreck to the dance floor, and with Sebastien Grainger (vocals, drums) and Jesse F. Keeler (bass, keys, synths) aka Death From Above (now minus the 1979) – obviously – playing some weird, Canadian version of Charades, “Never Swim Alone” […]