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video premiere: Hand Habits - Demand It
video premiere: Hand Habits - Demand It
Wildly Idle, the warmly enveloping new album from Meg Duffy, aka Hand Habits, is out tomorrow on Woodsist. Today, she shares the video for one of the record's prettiest, most achingly wistful tracks, starring Duffy herself in a house with mysterious figures with fabric-draped faces, framed by soft-focus shots that lend the vid a gauzy, dream-like quality that suits the song nicely...
S.H.O.P.P.I.N.G.
S.H.O.P.P.I.N.G.
"Anglophile jams on a Tascam 388 tape machine..." "S.H.O.P.P.I.N.G." is the new "video single" from latest Woodsist signees, San Francisco's the Art Museums. The Kinks/Television Personalities comparisons abound, and with good reason: check the super catchy, early '80s Brit-pop jangle of these two jams, and watch the video for "S.H.O.P.P.I.N.G." (which was
video: the bitters + woods | “warrior”
Aerin Fogel of the Bitters rips through the group's jam "Warrior" with the bros from Woods, live at the Captured Tracks/Woodsist fest in Brooklyn last month. Such a great song: mp3: The Bitters have 7" singles due soon on Captured Tracks + True Panther, and a full-length coming in the near-ish future on Woodsist...
video: dum dum girls | “hey sis” (live)
Dum Dum Girls perform "Hey Sis" at their first ever live show, yesterday afternoon at the Captured Tracks/Woodsist Festival in Brooklyn. Featuring Frankie Rose (Crystal Stilts, ex-Vivian Girls) on drums, Mike Sniper (Blank Dogs) on bass, and Brandon Welchez (Crocodiles) on guitar: ************
new mayfair set
new mayfair set
The Mayfair Set, the collaborative affair from Dum Dum Girls + Blank Dogs, has a new 6-song 12" (pictured) due out soon on Woodsist. Listen to two tracks from the forthcoming release -- "Cease to Be" and "Junked" -- at the group's myspace page...
songs of shame
songs of shame
I've already mentioned how much I love Woods' latest Captured Tracks 7" -- the b-side in particular -- and the band's stellar new full-length, Songs of Shame, is more of the same simple, breezy, and consistently awesome lo-fi pop (the label calls it road worn/windblown "skeletal psychedelia")...