Friday, January 24, 2014

Watch: Boris Blank Releases New Video For "Future Past"

Boris Blank, the legendary electronic composer and founder of YELLO, has released the visuals for his brilliant tune "Future Past".

The track is part of our current playlist and is taken from his triple-album 'Avant Garden', featuring 46 unreleased tracks that encompass the magic ethereal world of Mr. Blank.  

The collection was supposed to be out this month, but  the release has been rescheduled due to other commitments. We'll keep you updated.

The video was made by Blank himself, take a look below.

Watch: No Age Reveal "I Won't Be Your Generator" Music Video

Los Angeles based experimental/punk duo No Age (aka guitarist Randy Randall and drummer/vocalist Dean Spunt) have revealed the video for their excellent single "I Won't Be Your Generator".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from their fourth full-length album 'An Object' released in August 2013 via Sub Pop Records. Get your copy here.

The video was directed by Oliver Payne. Watch it below.


Watch: Satellite Stories Share "Australia (Don't Ever Let Her Go)" Lyric Video

Finnish indie rock/pop band Satellite Stories have shared the lyric video for "Australia (Don't Ever Let Her Go)".

The song is part of our current playlist and is taken from the band's sophomore album 'Pine Trails', released in November 2013 through XYZ Berlin.

Buy your copy of the album here, if you haven't already. Previously the band have already shared the clip for the album's lead single "Campfire".

Check out the video below.

Watch: Dan Croll Premieres Music Video For "From Nowhere"

Liverpool-based singer-songwriter Dan Croll has premiered the video for his latest single "From Nowhere".

The song is part of our current playlist of course, and is taken from his upcoming full-length 'Sweet Disarray', which will be out on 10th March. Pre-order your copy now from iTunes.

About the video, Croll explains: "The song was about struggling to keep up with a girl, and trying to keep up with the intensity of her social and work life. I felt this linked really well with the staring competition, as time goes on, it becomes harder to not blink and drop out of the competition, and like that relationship gets more intense as time goes on." (via DIY)

Take a look below: