Animator Galen Pehrson brings the talent by the bucket in this video for Devendra Banhart’s closing track off 2013’s Mala, entitled ‘Mondo Taurobolium’.
The narrative tells the psychotropic tale of 2 characters spiraling in the murky world of Hollywood, with dreamy existential segues peppered throughout the video. A triumphant music video to say the least.
The collaboration between audio creator John Wizards and visual creator Sebastian Borckenhagen is a sublime match. With so much to ride, the collaborations are rather stripped down to playful and endearing animations that moves with the same fidgety flow of the music.
Enjoy the video below for the single ‘Muizenberg’ out on Planet Mu Records.
Legendary surfer Montgomery Ernest Thomas Kaluhiokalani, or Buttons as he was affectionately known, passed away over the weekend.
Darkside released their album last week, entitled Psychic. It is one of the finest albums this year, taking the listening on a sonic adventure.
The duo of Nicolas Jaar and David Harrington visited the RA studios recently and stretched out their track Paper Trails into a sublime 10 minutes.
La Femme released their debut album ‘Psycho Tropical Berlin‘ earlier this year and it is one of the finest debut releases we’ve heard in a long time.
Jump on the train and follow the killer in their bizarre new music video for the up-tempo bass-throbbing single ‘Packshot’.
We’ll be releasing the list of our favourite albums of 2013 soon, and you’ll be sure to find this LP right up top.
“In a story that plays out entirely on a teenager’s computer screen, Noah follows its eponymous protagonist as his relationship takes a rapid turn for the worse in this fascinating study of behaviour (and romance) in the digital age.”
See other entries into the Toronto International Film Festival Student Film Showcase here.
kidofdoom are a band from South Africa who were a monumental instrumental act in their prime. The group disbanded after releasing 2 albums, but reunited for once-off tour in 2013.
Here is their set from Oppkoppi 2013.
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