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video premiere: The Polyphonic Spree – You Don’t Know Me


Directed by Albert Moya. The Polyphonic Spree's new LP Yes, It's True. is out now, and the band will celebrate the release this evening here in their hometown of Dallas with an album release show at the Granada Theater...

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video premiere: The Polyphonic Spree – “Silver Bells (feat. School of Seven Bells)”


Here's the final installment in the Polyphonic Spree's "13 Days of Polyphonic Xmas" 2012 Advent calendar: a "Christmas galactic adventure" that follows the interstellar voyage of two wide-eyed alien children named Ooh & Aah, directed by Josh David Jordan...

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Preteen Zenith x Yours Truly – “Relief”


Dallas' own Preteen Zenith and the Yours Truly crew piled into a cramped, steamy Triplex one ridiculously hot afternoon last summer here in Dallas, TX, just one day prior to the band's first-ever show, at the inaugural GvsB Fest...

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Preteen Zenith featuring Erykah Badu – “Damage Control”


The lovely, life-affirming new single from Tim Delaughter and his new project Preteen Zenith, featuring guest vocals from Tim's Dallas homie Erykah Badu. PZ's debut LP Rubble Guts & BB Eye is out May 29, with a limited edition early vinyl version to be released on Record Store Day 2012, via Good Records Recordings...

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video: Preteen Zenith – “Breathe”


Footage of 1970's 16mm films (Use Your Eyes by Hans Halberstadt and Light Is Many Things by Paul and Glenda Fillinger) compiled by Michael Allen of Project Ion, with music by Preteen Zenith. "It's little children dreaming in God's great outdoors and it's grown-ups who have kept the faith in childhood, seeking inspiration for their work in the things that are all around them...

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Preteen Zenith – “Breathe”


According to Preteen Zenith's website, "the band is preparing to release its first single and video in the next few weeks via Good Records Recordings." No word yet on whether that single is "Breathe" -- the first full song to be unveiled by the band -- which starts as a hushed, gently warped, candlelit psych-folk ballad before beginning its cathartic, anthemic build:

Preteen Zenith :: "Breathe"

today: Gorilla vs. Bear Festival


Doors open at the Granada at 6, set times are below. Get there early to grab one of these shirts (courtesy of RVCA) and one of these posters for free. And if you're on the fence about coming out: we caught part of Preteen Zenith's rehearsal yesterday, and it sounded absolutely massive...

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Preteen Zenith – “Abstraction”


Here's another frustratingly short teaser clip from Preteen Zenith's forthcoming album, which ends abruptly right before the song has a chance to explode. Psyched to see how it unfolds during the band's live debut in a few days at the gorilla vs...

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video: The Polyphonic Spree- “Bullseye”


Dallas' own the Polyphonic Spree returns with a glowing, beautifully whimsical "interactive character-based narrative video music video"/iPad app collaboration with Moonbot Studios, created for the band's new song "Bullseye" (the first Spree single to be released on their label, Good Records Recordings)...

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