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Toronto band DIANA share the new visuals for "Moment of Silence", a highlight from one of the best records of last year. The short film by director Kevan Funk is a cathartic, beautifully shot "portrait of one fish processing worker and her escape from reality". Watch below + pick up the group's sublime Familiar Touch LP here:
Shoutout to Alexis for keeping us up on all of the obscure and beautiful youtube discoveries we would've never found on our own: case in point, this elusive Armenian duo called jrimurmurner, whose hypnotic vibe is hard to pin down but seems to fall between shadowy darkwave jams, weird experimental post-punk, and haunting, dreamy synth-pop...
Aldous Harding shares the stunning video for the opening track from one of the year's best albums. Directed + edited by Charlotte Evans. Not quite as intense as seeing Aldous live, but probably about as close as you can get. Aldous says the video's concept "is based on that awful scene from 'Apocalypse Now' where the Playmates pile out of the helicopter," adding, "the costume was handmade for me, it turned out great. It's in the bin. I spent eight hours dancing on a Lazy Susan, it was easy really.” Party is out now on 4AD: