A Cold Mirror animated music video from the upcoming OFF the INTERNATIONAL RADAR / HOLY FUCK split Hot Lips EP. The music video has been a featured pick on Vimeo and has been selected for the Animasyros short animated film festival in Greece. Congratulations to director Hector Herrera!

CITY SONIC interviews BRIAN BOCHERDT at Sneaky Dee’s about the Toronto experimental music scene, his Wavelength debut and the a global success and origins of HOLY FUCK.


2009 NXNE HDD DAY PARTY
DREAMACHZINE BOOK LAUNCH

performances by
Red Mass
Brian Borcherdt‘s Eyeholes
The Bang Bangs
Pirate Love

Video by Tim McCready : timmccready.tv
Poster by James Mejia
HDD NXNE BBQ PHOTO GALLERY


 

WINTERSLEEP in session with Zane Lowe at Maida Vale studio on BBC RADIO 1, London (UK).
Air date: Wednesday, June 17 2009 7PM. www.bbc.co.uk/radio1
Photo set by James Mejia PHOTO GALLERY.


BRIAN BORCHERDT‘s new video for Scout Leader from his Coyotes directed by Scott Cudmore

More HDD video news // Sean Wainsteim added an East Coast Music Award for ‘Video of the Year’ to his Much Music Video Award for WINTERSLEEP‘s Weighty Ghost from Welcome to the Night Sky!


CONTRIVED performed Not A Goodbye from Blank, Blank, Blank on Toro Magazine’s Garage Band just before heading over to the sold out Hand Drawn Dracula showcase at the Whipper Snapper gallery.

In WINTERSLEEP news… Welcome to the Night Sky was released in Europe this week on 147 Records with our Hand Drawn Dracula artwork.

Hand Drawn Dracula filled a page of the National Post with photos, artwork and interviews.

ABLE LABELS : WHO WOULD START A MUSIC IMPRINT NOW? OONLY THE PASSIONATE
by Mike Doherty.

“The label’s logo is a child-like sketch of a fanged creature’s head, but Mejia’s artwork, printed on “130-lb, double-thick, antique-stock” paper with hand-crafted packaging, is clinically precise and – crucial for branding purposes – undoubtedly recognizable. Borcherdt aspires to making HDD worthy of “a section in somebody’s CD shelf that’s not alphabetized like anything else: It sits alone because it’s aesthetically pleasing and has a certain feel, like something they’re excited to have.” – National Post

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