DESERTS // GARBAGE NIGHT
HDD010 (BUY HERE)
A1. Bankok Hilton
A2. No Skin
B3. Consider Yourself Crazy
1. FTW in 2010
2. Consider Yourself Crazy
3. Reincarnate Yourself
4. Serious Dome
5. Bankok Hilton
6. No Skin
DESERTS ‘No Skin’ video, from Garbage Night 7″ & EP (Edition of 300), directored by Alex Jones.
“DESERTS have a lot going for them; a great label that lets them record whatever music they want, a pedigree of awesomeness and probably most importantly to herohill, a love for The Warriors. ” – HEROHILL
“It’s truly a collision of genres, but under their deft guidance, music springs out of the mess. It’s sonic urban decay, it’s messy infatuation, it’s spontaneous & unpredictable, & it’s a shit-load of fun” – quickbeforeitmelts
HDD’s Spring/Summer ’10 Recommended Music List that’s on repeat play around here. Including albums, singles, videos and artwork from…
The Soft Moon
JULIE FADER performs Flights (above) and Goodbye Before Hello (below) w/ Graham Walsh (HOLY FUCK) from her debut album Outside In. From the southernsouls.ca session filmed and edited by Mitch Fillion.
Purchase JULIE FADER / OUTSIDE IN HERE!
The HDD & Tim McCready’s 159 Manning BBQ Day Party coinciding with NXNE was a huge success and the annual event is now seeing similar community parties being organized around the music festival.
POSTDATA (Paul Murphy of WINTERSLEEP) has a brand-new music video for ‘Tobias Grey’ directed by Christopher Mills (The Dead Weather, Modest Mouse, Buck 65). Limited edition Postdata VINYL // BUY ONLINE HERE!!!
BY DIVINE RIGHT: I Will Hook You Up | From: Mutant Message (2010) | Director: Ben Srokosz
Little Girls (12am)
Bishop Morocco (11pm)
Bad Tits (10pm)
Fields of Fur (9pm)
NXNE: Feature | Bishop Morocco | NOW Magazine
NXNE: A Buffet for the Ears | Bad Tits | The Star
NXNE: Must Sees | Bishop Morocco | Herohill
NXNE: Thursday Picks | Indie Music Filter
NXNE: Recommend | NXEW
“Sebastien Grainger (DFA’79, Sebastien Grainger & the Mountains) and Josh Reichmann (ex-Tangiers, Jewish Legend) create greasy, industrial disco, drizzled with danceable beats and carried by Grainger’s soulful howl and Reichmann’s rock-and-roll jangle.” – The Star