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David Kilgour & the Heavy Eights – Diamond Mine
‘Diamond Mine’ is taken from David Kilgour‘s new album in four years “Left By Soft” out now on Arch Hill Records (NZ) and Merge Records (US). David Kilgour, formerly of The Clean with his brother Hamish, has been a well known musician from Dunedin, a city in the South Island of New Zealand.
The Heavy Eights are Taane Tokona on drums, Tony de Raad on guitar and keyboards, and Thomas Bell on bass and keyboards. David plays guitar, keyboards, and harmonica.
The Clean – Tally Ho (1981)
Titus Andronicus – No Future Part Three: Escape From No Future (Official Video)
“The concept of the video is quite simply a one-day tour of the great state of New Jersey, a place that Titus Andronicus is often wont to sing about, and somewhere much beloved by Tom Scharpling to boot.”
United Waters – Platetectonics
Video for the track ‘Platetectonics’ off of the new full length “Your First Ever River” by Brian Sullivan’s new solo project, United Waters. He has been known as a half of Brooklyn’s experimental duo Mouthus. “Your First Ever River” is available on Pete Nolan’s (of Magik Markers and Spectre Folk) Arbitrary Signs label.
VETIVER return in late Spring with their fifth album, “The Errant Charm”, released on June 14th via Sub Pop, June 13th via Bella Union records, recorded by bandleader Andy Cabic and Thom Monahan.
Vetiver – Can’t You Tell
third track from “The Errant Charm”