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Russian Baths share arresting new video for ‘Poolhouse’

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Russian Baths

Brooklyn-based rockers Russian Baths have shared a new video for their single Poolhouse. Check it out via YouTube below. The video premiered on Culture Collide who said, “This is primo, post-hardcore pop in the vein of early Chapel Hill, with a dash of 70s space rock and raw Pixie-esque sparsity.” Russian Baths adds, “Poolhouse’ is about an existential crisis. It’s about feeling so… Read more »

Toronto’s Jiants share ‘Plan’ video

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Jiants

Toronto’s Jiants have shared their video for Plan. The quartet led by former pro skateboarder Jesse Landen blend a love of ’90s indie-rock with modern pop sensibilities. To celebrate the release of their sophomore album, ‘Odd Trouble,’ recorded with acclaimed musician and producer Taylor Knox (Sloan, Alvvays, Owen Pallett), Jiants created the charming, hilarious, and strangely captivating documentary-style video. Watch it via YouTube below. Spending a day in… Read more »

SEX CELLS share ‘Are You Ready’ video

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London based synth duo, SEX CELLS are set to release their debut single via their own Pretty Ugly Records on the 15th of June 2018. They’ve shared the video for Are You Ready – check it out via YouTube below. A double A-Side release featuring Are You Ready and Hell Is Where the Heart Is, the new single will be available digitally at all the usual… Read more »

Scattered Clouds shares ‘Justice’ video

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Scattered Clouds

Quebec post-punk band Scattered Clouds have shared their Justice video. About the video, they said “‘Justice’ is a minimalist yet violent interpretation of the abuse of power and unlawful vigilantism rampant in the police force. In the video, Montréal animator Joel Vaudreuil depicts the central antagonist as an allegorical monstrous figure, symbolizing how some communities have come to fear the ones… Read more »

Preoccupations release new live video for ‘Decompose’

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Preoccupations have just finished an eventful North American tour where they were robbed not once, but twice, having all of their instruments and gear stolen. Despite the loss of many irreplaceable pieces of equipment, the band was able to finish the remaining dates, borrowing instruments from friends and generous opening acts. The tour ended on a positive note with the band… Read more »