• Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks – Catchy (Was Contagious)

    Vídeo oficial de “Catchy (Was Contagious)”, da banda de Avey Tare (Animal Collective) com Angel Deradoorian (ex-Dirty Projectors) e Jeremy Hyman (ex-Ponytail). A diretora Abigail Portner (que é irmã de Avey Tare) explica sobre o filme de quase 9 minutos e todo feito em P&B:

    I wanted to make a video that referenced old horror movies from the 1950s Universal horror era. I am obsessed with movies like The Third Man, Truffaut’s 400 Blows and Ingmar Bergman’s films. I wanted it to have the style of classic old LA so we used the LA river and the neighborhoods surrounding it as locations. The movie Them from the 1940s was shot on the LA river and I wanted it to have that feel also. Parts of Grease and Chinatown were filmed there too. The videos I make for Animal Collective and my own personal style is pretty specific so it was great to work with Giovanni [Ribisi, director of photography] because I feel like he just got it. We were on the same page thematically, reference-wise and with regards to the style of filming and our goal – to create something that has a classic, pretty 1950’s feel to it but the undertone is still very dark.

  • Sharon Van Etten – Your Love is Killing Me

    Passar de bar em bar fumando e bebendo sozinha com o coração partido. Quem nunca? É o que mostra o vídeo da música “Your love is killing me”, de Sharon Van Etten. Tão deprê e bonito quanto a música…

    E o show completo:

  • Nick Cave + Kylie Minogue juntos, em 2014

    Que saudade dessa música e que surpresa maravilhosa ver esses dois cantando juntos de novo. Chorei.

  • 35 minutos de Temples na KEXP

    35 minutos de Temples ao vivo em Seatlle.

  • Pharrell Williams ama Anime

    O recém-lançado clipe de “It Girl” é maravilhoso demais para ser verdade. Um anime, extremamente fofo e psicodélico, produzido pelo talentoso artista japonês Takashi Murakami. Pharrell levou a good vibe prum outro nível. Assista:

  • Tycho na KEXP

    Quase 25 minutos de pura good vibe e genialidade. Assista:

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Música para os meus (seus) ouvidos, por Bárbara Scarambone Leal
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