• Listen: loscil “ahull”

    Vancouver BC-based musician and electronic music composer Scott Morgan‘s project loscil will release the Sea Island LP on November 17th via Kranky. Morgan first contacted the Chicago label back in 2001 when he sent them the demo that would go on to become his debut LP, Triple Point. Initially inspired by a physics textbook and the desire to translate the […]

    Loscil "ahull"
  • Interview: UK Psych Guitarist Stephen Kent Discusses His Solo Project The End Springs

    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 a treasure trove of music, and while some of the acoustic and plugged-in recordings might fall under the category of “freak folk”, Kent’s fluid and experimental approach means you might just as […]

    The End Springs: Interview with UK psych guitarist Stephen Kent
  • Listen: Hookworms “The Impasse”

    Hookworms play a psychedelically combustible form of noise punk, and the UK 5-piece will follow-up their critically lauded 2013 LP Pearl Mystic with The Hum, due out on November 10th via the Domino Records imprint Weird World. “The Impasse” needs all of only two minutes and forty-five seconds to completely shred eardrums with it’s corrosive cocktail of sonics. The track […]

  • Watch: Orchidée Noire “J N V I” & “Instrumentale”

    French musician Xavier Soquet returns this week with his excellent synth-pop project Orchidée Noire! Soquet’s new single La mémoire des souvenirs, roughly “The memory of memories”, contains the tracks “J N V I” and “Instrumentale“, and is currently available via his Bandcamp page. In addition, the artist’s video offerings set the tracks to clips from Fernand Léger‘s 1944 film La […]

    Orchidee Noire
  • Listen: Cut Hands “The Claw”

    Industrial and noise pioneer William Bennett formed Whitehouse in 1980 with the goal of creating “the most extreme music ever recorded”, and over the next twenty-seven years he and fellow musicians like Philip Best, Kevin Tomkins (Sutcliffe Jügend), Steven Stapleton (Nurse With Wound), Australian drummer John Murphy, Andrew M. McKenzie (Hafler Trio), to name just a few, would lay down […]

    Cut Hands "The Claw"
  • Listen: Vessel “Anima”

    Last month we took a listen to the Bristol-based producer Vessel, with his track “Red Sex“, off the upcoming 2xLP Punish, Honey due out September 15th via Tri Angle Records. As we reported at the time, Vessel has chosen to build his own instruments for the new record, and that includes items like flutes made from sawed apart bikes, sheet […]

    Vessel "Anima"
  • Watch: White Hills “Spirit Of Exile”

    White Hills have reissued their formerly self-released Glitter Glamour Atrocity LP from 2007, and it’s out now on Thrill Jockey. Formerly only a limited edition CD, the album has now been properly mastered by Heba Kadry at Timeless Mastering, and, in addition to it’s release on CD, has also now been pressed to virgin vinyl. Glitter Glamour Atrocity features an […]

    White Hills "Spirit Of Exile"
  • Listen: Aphex Twin ‘Syro’ LP

    Apex Twin will release his first LP of new work since 2001′s Drukqs. Syro is due out on September 23rd via Warp Records, and today we take a listen to the official album stream recently posted to YouTube. Sure, it’s already been a busy and lucrative year for James, with the long awaited release of his ambient masterpiece Caustic Window […]

    Aphex Twin 'Syro' LP
  • News: Play Rustie’s Video Game and Win ‘Green Language’ LP Album Stream

    The Scottish electronic music producer Rustie will release his Green Language LP on August 26th via Warp Records, but you can win an exclusive album stream by playing his new interactively generated world exploring game! Developed in collaboration with Hunter Loftis, you can use your arrow keys and space bar to navigate various levels and worlds in search of “golden […]

    Rustie Promo Photo
  • Listen: Kikagaku Moyo ‘Kikagaku Moyo’ LP

    Captcha Records will reissue two stellar releases from the Japanese psych band Kikagaku Moyo, making the group’s self-titled LP, as well as their Mammatus Clouds EP, available on limited edition vinyl this coming September 2nd! The quintet, whose name means “Geometric Patterns” in Japanese, began operations in the summer of 2012, and with a sitar, theremin, and woodwinds amongst their […]

    Kikagaku Moyo 's/t' LP

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Watch: Xiu Xiu “Cinthya’s Unisex”

Watch: Xiu Xiu “Cinthya’s Unisex”

September 18, 2014 at 9:54 am

Today we take a look at another extraordinary, but challenging, video offering from Xiu Xiu‘s most recent LP Angel Guts: Red Classroom, out now on Polyvinyl. The video...

  • Holly Herndon "Home"
    Watch: Holly Herndon “Home”

    Holly Herndon released a new single this week, “Home“, out now digitally via RVNG Intl., and it was...

    September 17, 2014 at 2:23 pm
  • Anamai "Altar Coals"
    Watch: Anamai “Altar Coals”

    Anna Mayberry plays a tumultuous form of noise punk with her mates in HSY, but as Anamai the Toronto-based musician...

    September 16, 2014 at 2:44 pm
  • Deaf Wish "Cool Comment"
    Watch: Deaf Wish “Cool Comment”

    Aussie guitar punks Deaf Wish will release their 4-song EP St. Vincent on October 7th via Sub Pop, and today we...

    September 16, 2014 at 10:11 am

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Loscil "ahull"

Listen: loscil “ahull”

September 17, 2014 at 11:10 am

Vancouver BC-based musician and electronic music composer Scott Morgan‘s project loscil will release the Sea Island LP on November 17th via Kranky. Morgan first contacted...

  • Lapalux, promo image
    Listen: Lapalux “Movement I, II & III”

    UK producer Stuart Howard‘s project Lapalux returns from an 18 month hiatus with the genre-bending offering...

    September 16, 2014 at 4:28 pm
  • FUNKTIONSLUST "Dots"
    Listen: FUNKTIONSLUST “Dots”

    South London electro-pop duo FUNKTIONSLUST returned with their amazing new single “Dots“, to close...

    September 15, 2014 at 2:34 pm
  • Lee Gamble "Motor System"
    Listen: Lee Gamble “Nueme”

    More from Lee Gamble this week, as we get closer to the release of his new 2xLP KOCH on September 16th via PAN....

    September 4, 2014 at 10:05 am

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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...

Podcasts »

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: Xiu Xiu “Cinthya’s Unisex”

Watch: Xiu Xiu “Cinthya’s Unisex”

Today we take a look at another extraordinary, but challenging, video offering from Xiu Xiu‘s most recent LP Angel Guts: Red Classroom, out now on Polyvinyl. The video for “Cinthya’s Unisex” is directed by the French graphic designer Florent Texier, and it’s use of children’s drawings, in conjunction with the track’s erotically charged lyrical content, which is also displayed as […]

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Holly Herndon "Home"

Watch: Holly Herndon “Home”

Holly Herndon released a new single this week, “Home“, out now digitally via RVNG Intl., and it was accompanied by this very intriguing video offering. Directed by the Dutch design studio Metahaven, the video is an interesting accompaniment to Herndon’s already conceptually layered piece. The artist explains that the track: “…is a love song for prying eyes (an agent / […]

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Lapalux, promo image

Listen: Lapalux “Movement I, II & III”

UK producer Stuart Howard‘s project Lapalux returns from an 18 month hiatus with the genre-bending offering “Movement I, II & III“, available now via Brainfeeder. All kinds of distances are covered here, as Howard seems to push his creativity far and wide, while still maintaining his trademark aplomb for urban ambience, moody vocal samples, and deep, bass-rooted sonics. Rolling between […]

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Anamai "Altar Coals"

Watch: Anamai “Altar Coals”

Anna Mayberry plays a tumultuous form of noise punk with her mates in HSY, but as Anamai the Toronto-based musician explores the freakier side of folk on her self-titled, debut EP. Produced by her friend David Psutka (Egyptrixx, Hiawatha), the lead track “Altar Coals” really shows off what she does best on the recent release, as it blends a trippy […]

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Deaf Wish "Cool Comment"

Watch: Deaf Wish “Cool Comment”

Aussie guitar punks Deaf Wish will release their 4-song EP St. Vincent on October 7th via Sub Pop, and today we take a look at the band’s new video for “Cool Comment“. Vintage, yet timeless in it’s sound, this track kicks into loud and shaggy rock bliss with a screech of feedback and DJ Nick’s inducement, “Like you heard it […]

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FUNKTIONSLUST "Dots"

Listen: FUNKTIONSLUST “Dots”

South London electro-pop duo FUNKTIONSLUST returned with their amazing new single “Dots“, to close last week. Stellar production distinguishes this track immediately, as deep bass tones drop their rich throb into the cut’s minimal arrangement. Sparse beats and hushed, icy strings are accompanied by echoing machine bleeps, suggestive of some cosmic clock running amuck. The ambiance of this track follows […]

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Black Bananas "Creeping the Line"

Watch: Black Bananas “Creeping the Line”

Black Bananas‘ Electric Brick Wall LP is out now on Drag City, and today we take a look at the new video for “Creeping the Line“. Directed by Jess Holzworth, the video features a kaleidoscopic array of mirrored pole dancers, those amazingly coiffed Afghan hounds, some ultra-cute grumpy white cats, as well as Jennifer Herrema relaxing with a giant, drunk-looking […]

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