dimanche 26 septembre 2010

Ativin - Scissors

Ativin - Scissors from Secret Device on Vimeo.

Music video for "Scissors" by Ativin from the album Interiors (Secretly Canadian Records SC031) Shot in Bloomington, Indiana in 2001 at the Ativin practice space and 2nd Story bar. Directed by Scott Clements. via noise floor blog

samedi 18 septembre 2010

Entrepreneurs - "Revenge Platter"

Entrepreneurs - "Revenge Platter" from Delicious Scopitone on Vimeo.

directed by Kit Oates
produced by Jehan Harding
additional editing / post-prod magic dust by Entrepreneurs (http://www.myspace.com/entrepreneursmusic)

Uv Been Robbed (Joking, But Not) EP available over on http://entrepreneurs.bandcamp.com
Hunting Roger Rabbit / Six Severed Hates 7" available on http://stellamortos.bigcartel.com

Cloud Nothings – “Hey Cool Kid”

Hey Cool Kid from Ryan Manning on Vimeo.

Music: "Hey Cool Kid" by Cloud Nothings

mercredi 15 septembre 2010


AnaPop by AnaPop

ANA POP trailer from saturn muzik on Vimeo.
anapop 18 eylul www.anapop.org etrafta/saturnmuzik/soap/undomondo rbma event mogollar taner ongur gokcen kaynatan erol buyukburc metin ersoy

samedi 11 septembre 2010

Papy Mixtape Episode 12 : AmRep (25th Anniversary)

Amphetamine Reptile Records (or AmRep Industries) is a nationally renowned record label which was founded in 1986 by then-US Marine Tom Hazelmyer in Washington State, USA. The label is best-known for its roster of noise rock artists, and its Dope, Guns 'n' Fucking In The Streets series of compilations.
Hazelmyer originally started the label to release records by his band, Halo of Flies. Eventually the label's roster expanded to include releases by Helmet, Melvins, The Cows, Helios Creed, Chokebore, Servotron and others. Hazelmyer later moved the label to Minneapolis. Today the label is used by The Melvins and H•O•F on occasion to release limited edition 7" singles.
Much of the AmRep back catalog is now out of print, although many of the releases are available in digital download format. [wikipedia]

Playlist :
Today Is the Day - Will Power
Love 666 - Preparation for Combat
Gay Witch Abortion - Human Composting
Helmet - FBLA
Today Is the Day - Promised Land
Boss Hog - Red Bath
H•O•F With Gay Witch Abortion - Die You Fuck
Unsane - Broke
Hammerhead - Galaxy 66
Love 666 - U.S.A
White Drugs - Muscle Be_atch
God Bullies - Wake Up
Thee Mighty Caesars - 1977
Cows - Heave Ho
Today Is the Day - Ripped off
Hammerhead - Empty Angel
Today Is the Day - Simple Touch

La compilation est également disponible sur le podcast

lundi 6 septembre 2010


SUPERNATURAL CREATOR 2 from Mareike on Vimeo.

History of Creation reloaded
7 days – 7 levels!

Animation: Mareike Ottrand www.ottrand.com
Music: Daniel Brenner www.danielbrenner.de

Forest Swords - Rattling Cage

Forest Swords - Rattling Cage from ///NO PAIN IN POP\\\ on Vimeo.

No Pain In Pop // 7" // out 26.07.2010


Buy 7" : http://nopaininpop.greedbag.com/

samedi 4 septembre 2010

Dead Fader

Dead Fader Autumn Rot 12" from Dead Fader on Vimeo.

DeadFader - Autumn Rot 12" - Feb 2010


Also coming soon

Corrupt My Examiner CD & Digi - March 2010

*This is my band. I made this video. I have the rights to use this video and audio track. -- info@3by3music.com

Corrupt My Examiner (Coming Soon on 3by3 ) Album Preview by DeadFader

My Friend Rain

Filmed throughout Southeast Asia by Robert Millis between 2002-2004, My Friend Rain is an abstract homage to the endless monsoon cycles of rebirth and destruction. Dreamy musical segments, fleeting glimpses, odd sounds, temple shrines, tropical backdrops, decay, death, languid afternoon rains, and mysterious celebratory events take the viewer from soaked mornings in the lowlands of the Irrawaddy delta to humid nights on the streets of Isan province. Two tracks originally released on Millis’ Leaf Music, Drunks, Distant Drums CD from 2002 can now be witnessed for the first time in this film: an amazing elephant mahout playing a song on a leaf with his mouth and a Burmese marionette orchestra musician performing expertly on tuned drums. The overall experience is an impressionistic collage of sight and sound captured live and in the moment on location in Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar. Along with the DVD which features 12 minutes of extra footage and deleted scenes, the package includes a bonus CD with the film’s soundtrack of traditional and popular music culled from live performance, cassette and LP archives. Some of the soundtrack highlights: a gorgeous Thai Luk Thung track by Waiphot Phetsuphan, a classic Khmer performance by Pan Ron, one of the Queens of Cambodian music, and an epic Burmese pop rendition of the Bee Gee’s How Do You Mend a Broken Heart, alongside folk performers, street musicians and a traditional Burmese orchestra. Robert Millis, original co-founder of both Climax Golden Twins and AFCGT, also co-produced the Victrola Favorites Book/CD project on Dust to Digital and is a frequent contributor to the Sublime Frequencies label. DVD/CD comes in a 2-disc jewel box with full-color insert. [Sublime Frequencies]

Mi Generación - Triste Y Solo

Porcelain Raft – “See Through”

Porcelain Raft - See Through from Delicious Scopitone on Vimeo.

Porcelain Raft - http://porcelainraft.com

Lyrics :

Before I will loose my head
Way before my voice will be gone
Walking all alone...on the borderline

I have to get close to what I fear
To what I fear the most
I have to get close to what I fear
To what I fear the most

It's not easy when you wake up to realize
That you have a name
That it's you all over again

I have to get close to what I fear
To what I fear the most
I have to get close to what I fear
To what I fear the most

Seeee through
Just to see through

Oval - Ah!

Oval - Ah! from Thrill Jockey Records on Vimeo.

"Ah!" from Oval's new album, "O", released September 7th 2010.

Amberley Productions: Directed by Darko Dragicevic, Produced by Austin Stack

Choreography - Walter Bickmann
Lead Dancer - Isabelle Rune

Director of Photography - Sebastien Gonon
Editor - Austin Stack

Set Design - Naoko Tanaka
Costume - Olga Zmiejko, Ann Delic

Assistant Producer - Nana Asase

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