TORONTO – Thursday – March 22nd, following a string of NYC dates (March 15-17th TBA),
LITTLE GIRLS will be headlining the HDD CMW showcase at Parts & Labour. Also joining them on the bill:
HDD is pleased to bring you the third video from BRUCE PENINSULA‘s ‘Open Flames’. Shot in Toronto, ‘In Your Light’ was directed and animated by Jesse Ewles and produced by Mike Juneau.
In addition, UK music blog THE LINE of BEST FIT have posted a BP article/interview and mixtape. The Bruce Peninsula mixtape is streaming BELOW and features music by past and present members including The Weather Station, Snowblink, Austra, Ohbijou, Timbre Timbre and more.
Read the full article/interview at http://thelineofbestfit.com.
JULIE FADER‘s debut record ‘Outside In’ is being re-issued and pressed on WHITE VINYL! The LP will be numbered, signed, and released February 14th 2012. Julie is also gearing up to begin working on her follow up record in 2012, more details to come soon!
‘Outside In’ LP pre-orders are available now in the Hand Drawn Dracula Store (direct link).
You can also visit Julie’s new website at http://juliefader.com
‘White Night’ from: CULTS (2011) | Director: Henry Sansom & James Mejia – HDD Films
“i’ve been playing this next track ceaselessly, it’s become a kind of murky, mesmerizing mantra. time to embrace the intense et entrancing, gothic-tinged, scuzzed-out, punchy et angular, fuzz-addled, epic minimal wave-infused revelation White Night, from Toronto-based post punk outfit LITTLE GIRLS off their phenomenal new “Cults” EP (2011).
check out the great new tripped-out, vhs-smeared, 360° panning performance video for White Night, directed by Henry Sansom & James Mejia for HDD films.” – INDB
BRUCE PENINSULA‘s video for ‘Pull Me Under’ from OPEN FLAMES. Available on White Vinyl, CD & Digital! Directed by Lara Mrkoci and Neil Haverty.
EXCLAIM! Nov 23 2011 – Now that we’ve had a few weeks to soak in Bruce Peninsula’s Open Flames, the Toronto-based collective have unveiled the latest video from their sophomore LP. This one is for the expansive, gospel-tinged stomper “Pull Me Under,” a track that boasts some lush choral harmonies and thundering drums.
The accompanying video is a kaleidoscopic mind-bender that’s largely made up of quickly intercut water and forest imagery. It’s a visually compelling clip, despite the fact that it’s almost impossible to make out what’s going on. In other words, this isn’t your average performance video.