Monthly Archives: December 2014

Culture Addicts’ favourite albums of 2014

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It’s the end of 2014, so we thought we would give you a list of our favourite albums of the year. They aren’t in any particular order, and we could only narrow it down to 12 albums (so much good music came out this year). Caribou – Our Love (Merge / City Slang) Dan Snaith goes back to basics but… Read more »

Literature releases latest video for ‘New Jacket’


Philadelphia indie-pop outfit Literature recently released their sophomore album ‘Chorus’ via Slumberland Records. Now, the band shares the VHS-style music video for album track New Jacket. Watch it below via YouTube.   ‘Chorus’ is now available for purchase on CD/LP via Slumberland and digitally on iTunes. Track listing 1. The Girl, The Gold Watch, and Everything 2. The English Softhearts 3. Blasé 4. Tie-Dye (Your Life) 5. Court/Date 6. New Jacket… Read more »

Tomboy releases latest video for ‘Moths’


Brooklyn-based duo Tomboy have been teasing out tracks accompanied by a video since the spring. They have now released their latest video, directed by Maria Burns, for the track Moths, which is lifted from their debut album. Watch the video via YouTube below. The song is about the anxiety and desire to be normal, so Burns chose the black and white aesthetic because “the message… Read more »

New Hands reveal unique new video for ‘Strange Attractor’

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New Hands have shared their video for Strange Attractor, which is the first GIF-based generative music video of its kind. Each time a viewer watches the video, a different randomized sequence is loaded from a database of over 900 GIFs, each of which was created by the band from archived home videos found on YouTube. Check out the video on the band’s site here…. Read more »

Adult. to begin collaborative album

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ADULT. will invite six musicians from around the country to their home over the next seven months to collaborate and create an album together that embodies the spirit of Detroit, thanks to support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Here’s a little video that explains it in my detail.