- Interpol – ‘If You Really Love Nothing’
Starring gorgeous Kristen Stewart & Finn Wittrock and directed by Hala Matar, Interpol‘s ‘If You Really Love Nothing‘ is nothing less than an audiovisual crush. Taken from the lads’ latest album ‘Marauder‘ on Matador, this is another indie/post-punk hymn to fall in love with….
- LUNACY – ‘Nail in the Wire‘
“The message of great art is to disturb“. (Elayne Boosier), LUNACY‘s video for ‘Nail in the Wire‘ is a senses’ stimulant. Like a post-apocalyptic piece of art layers of noise, combined with abstract visuals and an extremely dystopic atmosphere (both aural & visual)…. Do you mind if we call this funeral idm?
Stunning piece of art!
- Four Stroke Baron – ‘Terrible Feelings!‘
Four Stroke Baron come from Nevada and release their second album ‘Planet Silver Screen‘ on November 9th via Prosthetic Records. The band combines the sounds of new-wave and progressive rock resulting a familiar yet fresh new sound. In their sophomore album Jørgen Munkeby of Shining makes a guest with his saxophone in the track ‘Video Maniacs‘.
- Niva – ‘Crystal Scars‘
For this week’s mixtape we have the new song ‘Crystal Scars‘ by Swedish (Stockholm) Christian Niva whose records under the Niva moniker. Niva’s music is a hybrid of atmospheric music and it borrows elements of dream pop and electronica. Christian did it successfully!
The new single is out since September 28th via Hybris Rec. Niva started his music journey in 2010 and has released since then a collection of remixes, three EP’s & a few singles.
- The West Coast Feed – ‘Set Me On Fire‘
“I found myself in a total funk and felt like the fire inside me went out. Years later, I started writing ‘Set Me On Fire’ as a plea to ignite something new inside of me.” – Jesse Butterworth
This is what the lead singer has stated about ‘Set Me On Fire‘ by 8-member collective The West Coast Feed. This is a really powerful swagger rock/blues track, accompanied by Aaron Sternke‘s and Spencer Findlay‘s matching clip. Bold and funky!
Compiled by Christos Doukakis, Mary Kalaitzidou & Eleftheria Gesou