• Listen: Tarcar “Fireball”

    Tarcar is an experimental Australian duo that brings together the visual artists Carla dal Forno and Tarquin Manek. The pair will release their Mince Glace EP on December 15th via Blackest Ever Black. Billed as a “a modern-day revenge tragedy in six parts”, dal Forno and Manek sure know how to weave a shadowy web of mystery! “Fireball” is the […]

    Tarcar "Fireball"
  • Listen: ORCHIDÉE NOIRE et Coco Gallo “De vous à toi”

    Fans of cold wave and vintage synth-pop will find much to love about Orchidée Noire. It’s been a prolific year already for the French musician/lyricist Xavier Soquet, and this Fall seems to be no exception. The busy artist released two new instrumental tracks, “Nuit inachevée” and “Cœurs de faïence” in September and October, as well as November’s vocal track “Ab […]

    Listen: ORCHIDÉE NOIRE et Coco Gallo “De vous à toi”
  • Watch: YlangYlang “Oh Moon”

    YlangYlang is the Montreal musician Catherine Debard, and on her Am I being overdramatic? LP, out now on Ailanthus Recordings, she creates head friendly bedroom pop full of candy colored ambiance and smoked-out drift. This lunar lullaby, “Oh Moon“, slithers and slurs thru looped metallic drones and pulsing bells, as subtle rhythmic elements exert their shadowy forces. Held together by […]

  • Listen: Ben Stalets “Lost”

    Up-and-coming Toledo, OH troubadour Ben Stalets has a terrific new track available this week from his Bandcamp page. “Lost” rolls out from it’s rural ambiance with the musician’s finger picked guitar leading the way, before hitching a ride into town on a flatbed beat of bass and drums. Exuding wide-eyed charms, we can’t help but tag along for the adventures! […]

    Ben Stalets
  • Listen: Silver Arm “Scatterbrainzz”

    London’s post-punk quartet Silver Arm return with their brand new digital-only single “Scatterbrainzz“. Leon Forde‘s jagged, snarling guitar sets the pace here, as he and bassist Tom Answer lock horns for a little go around the mosh pit, while vocalist Gareth Hughes presides over the riot with strident tones and his strychnine howl. Using post-punk’s angular musical structures, with grunge’s […]

    Silver Arm  "Scatterbrainzz"
  • Watch: Foul Tip “Madness”

    The Chicago noise punk duo Foul Tip really bring the wood on their new their new split 7″ with Lil’ Tits, and now you can catch the “Madness” too! Originally hailing from Iowa, drummer/vocalist Ed Bornstein and bassist/vocalist Adam Luksetich formed the band a week before their first tour, after their original group, for which the shows had been booked, […]

  • Listen: Guerilla Toss “Be the Breeder”

    Boston’s Guerilla Toss throw a technicolor blur of noise and rhythm into the “electro-clash” blender to deliver their jam-fried new EP Smack the Brick, due out November 18th on cassette via NNA Tapes, as well as on LP thru Feeding Tube Records. The group has recently added Pat Keuhn and NNA Tapes’ Toby Aronson into it’s riotous fold, and they […]

    Guerilla Toss "Be the Breeder"
  • Listen: Fugazi “Merchandise”

    Fugazi‘s First Demo, recorded at Inner Ear Studio back in 1988, and initially available as a free cassette at the band’s early shows, will be “re-released” on 12″ vinyl and CD November 18th via Dischord. The group’s line-up at this point included Ian MacKaye on vocals and guitar, Joe Lally on bass, Brendan Canty on drums, with Guy Picciotto providing […]

    Fugazi "Merchandise"
  • Listen: R. Seiliog “Velcro For Vortex”

    Today we take a listen to R. Seiliog‘s track “Velcro For Vortex“, off his upcoming debut LP In Hz, due out December 2nd via Turnstile. The work of Robin Edwards, this Welsh musician/producer draws inspiration from heady sources such as: electro-acoustics, the pioneering electronic composer and musical theorist Pierre Schaeffer, as well as explorations into how art and science meet […]

    R. Seiliog "Velcro For Vortex"
  • Listen: Useless Eaters “Out In The Night”

    Today you can grab yourself a copy of Useless Eaters‘ Bleeding Moon LP on “glass half full” (half white, half ultra clear) colored vinyl via Castle Face Records. Led by Memphis, TN native and former Jay Reatard protege Seth Sutton, this way cool trio plays T. Rex sexy garage punk with style to burn! On “Out In the Night“, the […]

    Useless Eaters "Out In the Night"

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Watch: Torn Hawk “Because of M.A.S.K.”

Watch: Torn Hawk “Because of M.A.S.K.”

November 24, 2014 at 3:24 pm

Leave it to Torn Hawk‘s Luke Wyatt to reflect back to us, in that queasy and sometimes cringe inducing way of his, the half conscious fantasies of male culture. Here,...

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Tarcar "Fireball"

Listen: Tarcar “Fireball”

November 26, 2014 at 4:04 pm

Tarcar is an experimental Australian duo that brings together the visual artists Carla dal Forno and Tarquin Manek. The pair will release their Mince Glace EP on December...

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Lorelle Meets the Obsolete "What's Holding You" Live at the Chop Suey in Seattle

Watch: Lorelle Meets the Obsolete “What’s Holding You” Live @ the Chop Suey

July 30, 2014 at 7:22 am

Watch Lorelle Meets the Obsolete perform “What’s Holding You” at the Chop Suey in Seattle, WA. LIVE EYE TV caught up with the band on May 28th as they toured...

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Dasher perform in Atlanta

Photos: Dasher Live @ the Drunken Unicorn in Atlanta

August 7, 2014 at 9:50 am

Dasher is an abrasive, post punk trio, and the Atlanta-based band is led by drummer/vocalist Kylee Kimbrough, with David Michaud on bass, and Kelly Stroup on guitar. Dasher...

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New Video Podcast: Craft Spells Interview and Performance @ The Chop Suey

New Video Podcast: Craft Spells Interview and Performance @ The Chop Suey

December 25, 2012 at 5:13 pm

This month LIVE EYE TV sits down with Craft Spells at The Chop Suey in Seattle to discuss the band, touring, and future work! Since the release of the outstanding debut Idle...

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The End Springs: Interview with UK psych guitarist Stephen Kent

Interview: UK Psych Guitarist Stephen Kent Discusses His Solo Project The End Springs

September 11, 2014 at 12:50 pm

Today we catch up with UK psych guitarist Stephen Kent to talk about his solo home-recording project The End Springs. One visit to the musician’s Bandcamp page reveals...

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Watch: Torn Hawk “Because of M.A.S.K.”

Watch: Torn Hawk “Because of M.A.S.K.”

Leave it to Torn Hawk‘s Luke Wyatt to reflect back to us, in that queasy and sometimes cringe inducing way of his, the half conscious fantasies of male culture. Here, he drops a real doozy. “Because of M.A.S.K.“‘s female protagonist begins as a daunting, and seemingly unattainable advertising image plastered on public walls. Like some beautiful model at an Erotic […]

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Watch: Rhyton “California Black Box Vapors”

Watch: Rhyton “California Black Box Vapors”

The Brooklyn psych-rock trio Rhyton has a new LP, Kykeon, out now on Thrill Jockey. Melding a ritualized intent to modern means, the band draws deeply from Greek and Middle Eastern influences in concocting their heady sonic brew. “Kykeon” is the Greek word for “to stir, to mix”, but it was also a potent, psychoactive libation used to celebrate the […]

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Watch:  Viet Cong  “Continental Shelf”

Watch: Viet Cong “Continental Shelf”

The Canadian four piece Viet Cong is getting set to release their self-titled debut LP on January 20th via Jagjaguwar, and today the band posted this new video for their track “Continental Shelf“. Directed by the ever prolific indie video auteur David Yoonha Park, the visuals cast an experimental film vibe with a real surrealist bent. Park explains: “I wanted […]

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Watch: Medicine “Move Along – Down The Road”

Watch: Medicine “Move Along – Down The Road”

Medicine‘s new video for “Move Along – Down The Road” features some amazing, eye melting visuals from Vinyl Williams. Already known for his surreal collage art, video affords Williams the ability to go deep down the worm-hole of his mystical leaning imagination. For “Move Along – Down The Road” the artist creates constantly morphing 3-D imagery that seems to perpetually […]

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Watch: Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy “New Black Rich (Tusks)”

Watch: Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy “New Black Rich (Tusks)”

While interpretive dance might not have been the direction you saw coming for Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, in “New Black Rich (Tusks)” the singer/songwriter displays another facet of his triple threat skill set. OK, hopefully he doesn’t have a one man dance cycle planned for Arise, Therefore, but whose to begrudge the guy if he wants to cut it real loose […]

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OOFJ "You're Always Good"

Listen: OOFJ “You’re Always Good”

More stellar electro-pop from the LA duo OOFJ as they ready the release of their Acute Feast LP, due out in the Spring of 2015 via Fake Diamond Records. In anticipation, Jenno Bjørnkjær and Katherine Mills Rymer have issued this new single, “You’re Always Good“. The track opens with swells of orchestral strings, provided by the Concert Master of the […]

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Watch: Holy Sons “Transparent Powers”

Watch: Holy Sons “Transparent Powers”

Gotta see a man about some “Transparent Powers“…Multi-instrumentalist Emil Amos has lent his hand to some amazing projects thru the years, having been a founding member of Grails and Lilacs & Champagne, as well as a drummer since 2008 in the amazing doom rock outfit OM. Heck, the guy’s even played drums with the outsider musician Jandek, after a chance […]

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