Cool video for the Crystal Stilts song Departure

Tom Mead Reader Find

By Tom Mead in New Music on Saturday 12 November 2011

Formed in 2003 by Brad Hargett and JB Townsend in New York, this band is a glorious ‘Noise pop’ blend of Joy Division and Interpol, with a pleasant splattering of their own individuality. It’s my first port of call if I want to get stuck into a big drawing.

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David Lynch directed animated video for Interpol

Nathan Fuja Reader Find

By Nathan Fuja in Video on Thursday 21 July 2011

Filmmaker and artist David Lynch just teamed up with Interpol for the animated short film I Touch A Red Button Man. The film was made to accompany the song Lights by Interpol — featured on the band’s self-titled fourth album. The clip was first unveiled during the group’s performance at Coachella earlier this year.

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Eyjafjallajökull: an amazing time lapse video

Greta Hoffman Reader Find

By Greta Hoffman in Video on Saturday 15 May 2010

We’ve heard plenty about the disruptions, chaos and inconvenience the Icelandic volcano no-one can pronounce has caused. Now it’s time for, quite literally, the silver lining. This stunning video from Sean Stiegemeier steps away from the ‘mediocre’ in a dramatic way. Coupled with music by Jonsi (of sigur rós), his partner Alex Somers and Peter […]

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Interpol’s Lights

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Music on Tuesday 11 May 2010

I never thought the day would ever arrive after front man Paul Banks tried his luck with side-project, Julian Plenti. But Interpol have re-emerged from the dark and are back, giving away their first single Lights for free via email to thank us for the wait. Banks sings in his typical fashion, while guitars meander […]

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We Have Band

Domingo Antonio Robledo Reader Find

By Domingo Antonio Robledo in New Music on Tuesday 6 April 2010

It’s been a while since we last heard the clamorous sound of We Have Band, but for obvious reasons. Having toured extensively in 2009, the London-based trio took the later part of last year to enter the studio with producer Gareth Jones (Grizzly Bear, Interpol, Depeche Mode, These New Puritans). Now, the debut We Have Band album is due to drop in a few days.

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Sugar Army’s Where Do You Hide Your Toys (E.P)

Monique Rothstein Reader Find

By Monique Rothstein in New Music on Saturday 23 February 2008

Sugar Army is the culmination of four dudes spending their lives in the dreamy slumber of West Australia, with their only saviour from terminal boredom being music. With the lengthy titled opener, And Now You’re Old Enough, I Think That You Should Know, earning these indie rock purists high rotation on Australian radio network Triple […]

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