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Living Days’ Pete Townshend cover set to wild montage of Sam Raimi/the Coen Brother’s 1985 thriller, “Crimewave.”
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Frightened Rabbit documents a picturesque tour through the Scottish Highlands, delivering performances as stunning as the landscapes they visited.
The Cult mourns the loss of the natural world and tries to make sense of the trash heap we have inherited.
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Sleeper Agent’s own Tony Smith directs the band in trans-dimensional karaoke.
A troubled past shines a light on the apparitions inhabiting “A Church That Fits Our Needs.”
Watch The Raveonettes rediscover the joys of drinking in these behind the scenes recording sessions.
Article: Exclusive premiere: Careful “Quite”
Director Miwa Matreyek takes Careful’s suicide song and turns it into an exploration of the human need to connect to the universe.