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Video: Malkovich – “Lies”

As explained in the artist bio, Malkovich is not your oridnary group formation. Additionally, we find this latest video and concept to be plain dope. Enjoy. Irangeles (Iran/Los Angeles) lyricist Malkovich presents the Hashim Thomas-directed music video for “Lies”, his Evilldewer-produced single from his new album Great Expectations, written and recorded in New York City, New […]

Mingling with Media Masters MediaPass CEO Malcolm CasSelle and Music Video/Film Director Anna Wilding

Being an entertainment writing aspiring Angeleno, a lucky opportunity arose recently to attend the Digital Hollywood Los Angeles spring conference at the end of April. For four days, music, TV, movie, advertising and communications execs got together to share advice on breaking into the biz, where to obtain funding for your indie movie or music […]

Hawthorne Heights Open Up Their Golden Parachutes

Dayton, Ohio rockers Hawthorne Heights can’t wait for summer to come. Not only are they on this year’s Vans Warped Tour, they have a brand new album coming out called Zero, their fifth as a band.

The Body, “Master, We Perish” EP (At A Loss)

Guitarist/vocalist Chip King and drummer Lee Buford keep moving up the ladder of duos that manage to sound like seven angry metal beasts. As The Body, the Portland twosome creates some massive, teeth-shaking mayhem. Their new EP on At A Loss, “Master, We Perish,” features three longish tracks that stomp and grind and satisfy on […]

Sic Alps, “She’s on Top” 12” (Drag City)

So what was all this hew and cry and Sic Alps going pop? The three songs on this 12 inch may have a bit more coherent melodic sense that some other tracks in the band’s basket, but they also are so firmly rooted in muddy psych and backwoods improvisation that fans of last year’s debut […]

Episode 123: Slaughterday Special – My Dying Bride

Once, a long time ago, I had the idea of doing a weekly (or, at the very least, a bi-weekly) column here on Music Emissions dedicated to metal and only metal…

Video of the Week: Kink Ador

For the remainder of the month, Video of the Week has been taken over by a Deadbolt wine. They believe they have the chops to knock our socks off. Deadbolt isn’t just a new wine, it’s making its own rules and creating a new type of wine culture through great music promotions, sponsorships, and even […]

Interview: Touché

Disturbingly catching my eye this week with their brilliantly creepy video for their single, “Big Fan” premiering this week, LA new wave psyche pop duo Touché released their debut album It’s Fate on May 1st. Featuring futuristic, fatalistic themes and provocative images, they’ve crossed dance, pop and house genres with ease. Getting props from Filter, […]

Jerry Moore, “Life is a Constant Journey Home” (ESP-Disk) 1967/13

This 1967 reissue is definitely of its time. recorded shortly before his ordination as a preacher, Jerry Moore’s “Life is a Constant Journey Home” is a meditative plea for peace and faith, delivered in a smooth plaintive voice and utilizing many of the familiar folk, country, Soul and light blues of era. Moore’s message is […]

IceAge, “You’re Nothing” (Matador)

Denmark teens Iceage do not reinvent their sound on their sophomore release. Hell, not only does “You’re Nothing” not stray very far from their debut “New Brigade,” is more often than not does not stray very far from 1981 Los Angeles. But as indebted to hardcore as they are (and post-rock, shoegaze, etc) the band […]

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