Category Archives: video
You’ve Got To Get Up Run For Your Life Now Baby Get Up Run For Your Life Now Get Up Run For Your Life Get Up Run For Your Life You’ve Got To Get Back Down To The Other Side There’s Nowhere To Run, There’s Nowhere Left To Hide No One’s Getting Out Alive You’re Gonna Run Or Die, Put The Love Aside Running Around, Running Out To The Wild Fools Killed Out Of Pride You’ve Got To Get Up Run For Your Life Now Baby Get Up Run For Your Life Now Get Up Run For Your Life Get Up Run For Your Life Turn Their Love Aside For Another Lie There’s No More Regret, What You Get Is To Divide Pushing Out To The Side You’ve Got To Get Back Down To The Other Side There’s Nowhere To Run, There’s No Where Left To Hide No One’s Getting Out Alive You’ve Got To Get Up Run For Your Life Now Baby Get Up Run For Your Life Now Get Up Run For Your Life Get Up Run For Your Life
„Created in an unforgiving year, “Work” became a refuge, a place to find solace from the outside world. The inescapable thump of Modeselektor’s “Extended” left me embodying mundane tasks so intensely that not only did these tasks become important but their original purpose was forgotten, the “doing” more significant than any result. I rediscovered the intention of simple tasks to create my reality without regard to any past. I structured “Work” in a way that asks the performer not to “perform”, but to drench themselves in a state of process. By fully embodying each task I find myself in a minefield of emotion. “Work” is an exorcism of boredom in both its creation and in its practice. One will undoubtedly reflect and feel different from before it all began…. again + again… from a lonely pew.“
Japanese Television have teamed up with James Lavelle (UNKLE) for a ‘reconstruction’ of single ‘Falling Spikes’, out now on Tip Top Recordings.
“During lockdown we thought it would be cool to create a remix project with artists we admire. We love collaborating. It’s exciting to have them reimagine our tracks” say Japanese Television – Al Brown, Ian Thorn, Tim David Jones – formed with a shared vision of creating a modern psych space-surf soundscape.
Japanese Television’s EP III (Remixed) out March 19th
The ”Eternal Return” is a debut single by ANIMA, aka Greek based musician / drummer / producer Giorgos Kosteletos. It’s a house -techno track inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche’s concept (also known as eternal recurrence). According this concept the universe and all existence and energy has been recurring, and will continue to recur, in a self-similar form an infinite number of times across infinite time or space.
Dir Jehova’ a J.S. Bach rework by Christian Löffler, from the album ‘Parallels’. Video directed by Matías Montecinos.
Get ‘Parallels’: https://DG.lnk.to/parallels
Maxim Helincks and Pieter De Meester, members of Belgian electronic outfit Stavroz, have unveiled ‘Your Skin’, their next release as SHADY. The EP contains their brand new single, and 3 remixes, courtesy of Dreems, and Beat & Path masterminds Uone and Out Of Sorts.
The presentation for ‘Your Skin’ is accompanied by its own music video, in which we can see both Helincks and De Meester having fun and going wild as backdrops change, thanks to some green screen magic and visual effects.
‘Our music is electronic with guitar, bass, and vocals. Think Soulwax, Nicolas Jaar, Connan Mockasin, Magnus, Mickael Jackson, and sure you will hear some Stavroz in there, but the most important ingredient is “not taking yourself seriously’”, say Maxim and Pieter about their SHADY project.
SHADY’s ‘Your Skin’ will be out on February 26th, via Beat & Path.
Taken from Grandbrothers’ new album ‘All The Unknown’ out January 15 2021 on City Slang.
After recently signing to Italians Do It Better, Glüme is sharing her new single & video “Get Low”, which is taken from her upcoming debut album ‘The Internet’, due later this year.
“‘Get Low’ is about the high of falling for someone & how it effects your brain chemistry & nervous system. With autonomic dysfunction & a heart condition, it makes the love ride feel like a roller coaster. I get down even trying to let myself fall for someone. So I try not to… But, I’m not very good… So baby get low.” – Glüme
Watch & listen to “Get Low” above. Listen via other streaming services here: https://idib.ffm.to/getlow
Desire are sharing a video for their single “Zeros“, which is out now via Italians Do It Better.
Shot in the desert in Palm Springs, the video for “Zeros” was directed by Kirill Nong and stars Megan Louise of Desire and model Soo Joo Park burying their past. Park also plays keyboard on the track and will feature more on upcoming Desire releases.
“As the calendar pages fly by, we are all reaching for a new normal on what sometimes feels like an endless loop. The cyclical music echoes flashback sequences of a recurring dream, chanting “Falling like a feather…Never touch the floor”. We sampled the incessant strike of a grandfather clock, stopwatches, & digital alarm clocks to keep the time. From sunrise to sunset, every single is day adding up…” – Desire