Following on from their second offering in single ‘Give In’, Sydney-based indie-pop group, High Violet have just unveiled the accompanying music video – shot in Adelaide by film student, Catherine Francis, edited by band member, Emily Retsas and assisted by Alister Douglas. Continue reading High Violet – Release New Music Video ‘Give In’→
Brisbane Blues ‘n’ Roots musician Pat Tierney today releases the film clip for his brand new single Love We’re Looking For. The video follows a day in the life of the roots sensation and a slew of picturesque Brisbane locations. Directed, filmed and edited by John Skillington of Blueroom Productions, the film clip offers a visual to Tierney’s warm, Australian soul. Continue reading PAT TIERNEY – NSW and QLD TOUR→
“Happy Alone” is the new video from celebrated young band Saintseneca. The clip is an imaginative study of alienation and isolation. The song is from the band’s forthcoming album Dark Arc, out on March 28.
Saintseneca is led by singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Zac Little who originally hails from rural Appalachia. Following in the footsteps of heartland bands who have sought to twist the music of the old weird America into new shapes – from the Violent Femmes to Neutral Milk Hotel – Saintseneca perform songs that sound both familiar and uniquely original. The group utilizes a wide range of acoustic instrumentation with more contemporary elements such as synthesizers and electric guitars to create a seamless blend of soaring vocals and vibrant post-punk energy. Continue reading Saintseneca premiere new video for “Happy Alone”→
Casey Barnes makes a much anticipated return in 2014 with his first single release ‘Valentine’. This beautiful ballad, which was recorded with his wife Michelle, is a really sweet love song timed perfectly for all the valentines out there with the impending date of Feb 14th fast approaching. This will be the first single off his forthcoming EP due for release in the next few months. Continue reading Casey Barnes releases new single ‘Valentine’ [Official Music Video]→
Ask Hayley Mary of The Jezabels what the difference is between complexity and accessibility in pop music, and she doesn’t miss a beat. “There isnʼt one,” says The Jezabels front woman, “or at least, there doesn’t need to be. To me, pop is the darkest music of all. If you look not at what pop artists are consciously doing but at what they’re reflecting about the world, pop is the most twisted, weird and scary stuff. If you wanted to study the Earth from an alien perspective, listen to pop music.”
Combining the talents of brothers Lachlan (guitar and vocals) and Leigh Ewbank (drums) as well as Ali Edmonds (bass) Damn Terran have rightfully earned a reputation for being one of Melbourne’s most incendiary live bands.
‘Rational Economic Man’ is four minutes of addictive tension and release. Anger and control play out meticulously in staccato chords, stop/start rhythms and Ewbank’s melodic yet virulent vocals.
To capture Rational Economic Man’s raucous glory, Damn Terran invited dedicated fans and curious punters to a Melbourne warehouse for the filming of its accompanying video clip. The entire clip was shot using head-cameras worn by the band and members of the audience, resulting in a realistic view of both band and fan alike.
Following on from a huge inaugural year last year, The Music Video Mash Up filmmaking competition is back for 2011- and with the addition of Sydney and Melbourne to the competition, bigger and better than ever.
We are a rock band from Western Massachusetts working an a new batch of songs and getting ready to release an EP this summer/fall. We have a previous effort called ‘Sold my Soul’ available online and on iTunes.
Filmed/Edited by Robert Slate of ProgressiveMX Productions.
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