Invisible Man: new music by Leftfield’s Ruu Campbell

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By Nini Baseema in New Music on Thursday 25 July 2013

He’s handsome, sounds a bit like a mixture between Bon Iver and James Vincent McMorrow, and his recent single, Invisible Man, comes with a dreamy video produced by the artist himself. Former Leftfield vocalist Ruu Campbell has everything it takes to be a singer-songwriting star. And it’s great to see him switch genres with such […]

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Bon Iver performs live at AIR studios

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By Sam Fitzpatrick in New Music on Friday 23 March 2012

The Bon Iver album For Emma, Forever Ago changed the way in which I listen to music: its simplicity, raw ambience, its honest eeriness, and the unexpected sound of Justin Vernon scratching his beard, make it an album I consider life-changing. Bon Iver, Bon Iver is a glorious progression on the minimalism of the previous […]

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Awesome music videos by Australian director Nabil

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By Max Little in New Film on Thursday 22 March 2012

So just who made this awesome Bon Iver video? Well, he also made this awesome Kanye West video below. Yes, two polar genres of music under one director. Starting out in Brisbane before moving to LA, film director Nabil has flourished as a photographer and director working with some of the biggest musicians in the world. Next up for him is a feature film.

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La Blogotheque

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By Jacob Stack in Cool Websites on Thursday 24 November 2011

This is one of my favourite websites. It’s French, so it can be tricky to find your way about, but it is totally worth it once you do. Your favourite bands, as you’ve never or rarely seen them, as well as what will be your new favourites. Beautifully captured by French film maker Vincent Moon, […]

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Bon Iver with Collections of Colonies of Bees and Pele

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By Samuel Birtwistle in New Music on Monday 31 October 2011

Volcano Choir is a collaboration between Justin Vernon of Bon Iver fame, Collections of Colonies of Bees, and Pele, and showcasing hypnotic driving rhythms coupled with Vernon’s soaring voice over the dainty post-rock indie twiddlings of the other bands.

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Unofficial Bon Iver Holocene video shot in New Zealand

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By Dylan Wiehahn in Video on Wednesday 31 August 2011

I made this short fan video for Bon Iver’s new single Holocene while road tripping with my little brother on the South Island of New Zealand this winter.

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Beth/Rest by Bon Iver

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By Paul Dempsey in New Music on Saturday 25 June 2011

The final track on the new Bon Iver record made myself and the other three people in the car laugh out loud the first time it came on: the sexophone (yes), the tasty guitar licks, the Whitney Houston piano. But then you hear it a few more times and it’s pretty tops isn’t it? And […]

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Lykke Li and Bon Iver’s Dance, Dance, Dance

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By Francis Andrews in Video on Friday 16 July 2010

A nice little mash-up between the lovely Lykke Li and the ever-talented Bon Iver. The original is deeply intimate, whereas this rendition takes the song to the great outdoors and injects vibrant percussion, accompanied by the funky moves of Sweden’s finest export since Bjorn Borg’s mullet.

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Land Of Talk’s Secret Playlist [psst, they like Bon Iver]

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By Zolton in Cool Websites on Tuesday 27 January 2009

Red hot Montreal band Land of Talk feature Elizabeth Powell, a former punk who got her start playing her own anti-rock anthems on the local scene of Guelph, Ontario, during her mid-teens. We got the inside word from her on the tunes that inspire Land of Talk’s own high energy frock and roll. The first […]

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Bon Iver’s Blood Bank EP

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By Francis Andrews in New Music on Monday 19 January 2009

The man who brought us the masterpiece, For Emma, Forever Ago, is soon to release the follow-up EP, Blood Bank. Given the staggering acclaim For Emma received, his approach to the release must have been a nervous one, weighed down by the expectations of an entire music industry and its league of followers. Blood Bank […]

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