• Watch: Sleater-Kinney “Bury Our Friends”

    More good news from Sleater-Kinney and Sub Pop! Not only will the band release Start Together tomorrow, a limited-edition vinyl box set comprised of remastered versions of their previous seven albums, plus a one-sided 7″ of the band’s new song “Bury Our Friends“, now we know they also have an upcoming album due out next year, as well as an […]

  • 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"
  • Listen: Filthy Huns “Ancient Hell”

    LA musician and motorcycle mechanic Nick Koenigs returned this week with his Filthy Huns project, releasing the Leopard On My Right via Not Not Fun. “Ancient Hell” rolls one for the road while setting it’s blunted sights on a midnight ride thru Death Valley. Initially the track strikes a Suicide vibe with busted drum machine beats and chugging organ drone, […]

    Filthy Huns "Ancient Hell"
  • Listen: Caethua “Ode To Joey”

    Rural psychedelia abounds on Caethua‘s new LP Red Moon, out this week on Bathetic Records. The work of the mysterious songstress Clare Hubbard, this is Caethua’s first LP release since 2011′s The Summer Is Over Before It’s Begun. While her work is definitely folk influenced, “Ode To Joey” is an excellent example of why Hubbard’s music is so difficult to […]

    Caethua "Ode To Joey"
  • Watch: Greys “Adderall”

    Greys pay homage to the great skate videos of the ’90s with their new visual offering for “Adderall“! Singer/guitarist Shehzaad Jiwani recently told Crack Magazine that the idea came about, “…a couple years ago while I was playing Sonic The Hedgehog 2. The bonus level involved Sonic running through a huge half pipe type thing, and I thought it might […]

  • Listen: J Fernandez ‘Memorize Now’ EP

    Hailing from the often rough and tumble streets of Humboldt Park in Chicago, the shy and reclusive bedroom musician J Fernandez will release his Memorize Now EP via Atelier Ciseaux on October 14th. Today we check out “Cosmic Was” and “Close Your Eyes“, two tracks off the EP’s B-side. Fernandez’s home-recorded music finds him playing all the instruments here, and […]

    J Fernandez 'Memorize Now' EP
  • Listen: Clipping. “something they don’t know” (ft. sb the moor, nocando, open mike eagle, and cuts by baseck)

    Clipping.‘s new two-track single “something they don’t know/mouth” is out today, and you can download it for FREE via the trio’s Bandcamp page! In addition, the first person that can name all twenty-four samples on the track “something they don’t know” can win a one-of-a-kind Clipping. t-shirt, so get your thinking caps on, and get to work! The band’s rapper […]

    Clipping. "something they don't know"
  • Listen: CGIMIX Vol 8.0–CH Rom “The Other Side Of”

    Since 2013, the Atlanta-based electronic label CGI Records has turned out a heady stream of club oriented tracks, while cultivating a cutting edge roster of underground artists, so it’s always good news to hear when the label has a brand new mix available for download! You can always count on the CGIMix series to bring you a killer collection of […]

    CGIMix Vol 8.o
  • Listen: Cherry Glazerr “Had Ten Dollaz”

    Cherry Glazerr, LA’s up-n-coming indie rock trio, finds Clementine Creevy on vocals/guitar, Hannah Uribe on drums, and Sean Redman on bass, and while Redman’s the only member of drinking age, the kids made quite a stir earlier this year with their Burger Records LP, Haxel Princess. Awkward and pimpley teens these ain’t, evidenced by the fact that they have been […]

    Cherry Glazerr/Photo By: Jordan Millington

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Watch: Sleater-Kinney “Bury Our Friends”

Watch: Sleater-Kinney “Bury Our Friends”

October 20, 2014 at 11:14 am

More good news from Sleater-Kinney and Sub Pop! Not only will the band release Start Together tomorrow, a limited-edition vinyl box set comprised of remastered versions of...

  • Watch: Tallesen “Emmel”
    Watch: Tallesen “Emmel”

    New York electronic artist Tallesen will release his Stills Lit Through LP on November 11th via Software Recording...

    October 15, 2014 at 10:01 am
  • Watch: Bing & Ruth “Reflector”
    Watch: Bing & Ruth “Reflector”

    David Moore‘s instrumental group Bing & Ruth will release Tomorrow Was the Golden Age October 14th via...

    October 13, 2014 at 3:31 pm
  • Ty Segall "The Singer"
    Watch: Ty Segall “The Singer”

    Sure, these days it seems the prolific garage-pop troubadour Ty Segall can do anything, but levitate mid guitar...

    October 9, 2014 at 10:17 am

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Listen: Torn Hawk “Acceptance Speech”

Listen: Torn Hawk “Acceptance Speech”

October 21, 2014 at 11:25 am

Torn Hawk will release his Let’s Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time LP on November 10th via Mexican Summer, and in preparation the artist has a brand new visual single...

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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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Listen: Torn Hawk “Acceptance Speech”

Listen: Torn Hawk “Acceptance Speech”

Torn Hawk will release his Let’s Cry And Do Pushups At The Same Time LP on November 10th via Mexican Summer, and in preparation the artist has a brand new visual single for the track “Acceptance Speech“. The work of solo musician and video artist Luke Wyatt, Torn Hawk’s spiraling, lo-fi guitar instrumentals are built from cheap, thrift store drum […]

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Andy Stott

Listen: Andy Stott “Faith In Strangers”

The Manchester-based producer Andy Stott will release his Faith In Strangers LP via Modern Love on November 18th. Knowing the album was on the way, I was stoked to see him perform live in Seattle at this year’s Decibel Festival, and the acoustics and giant cathedral-like surroundings at EMP’s Level Three where ideal for taking in Stott’s spacious, deep bass […]

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William Arcane "Stay A While"

Listen: William Arcane “Reckless”

William Arcane‘s Reckless EP is due out October 20th via Pictures Music. This will be the UK artist’s third release for the label, and on it he has ditched his computer synth plug-ins, opting instead for sampled acoustic sounds and analogue synthesizers. The title track shows off William’s deft compositional abilities and evocative vocal talents, as well as a highly […]

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Watch: Tallesen “Emmel”

Watch: Tallesen “Emmel”

New York electronic artist Tallesen will release his Stills Lit Through LP on November 11th via Software Recording Co.The work of the musician Cayman Johnson, he says of the new record: “The music is saturated with information for it to remain flexible to it’s surroundings, ambience with a modern degree of attention.” “Emmel” is a great example of this, building […]

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Watch: Bing & Ruth “Reflector”

Watch: Bing & Ruth “Reflector”

David Moore‘s instrumental group Bing & Ruth will release Tomorrow Was the Golden Age October 14th via RVNG Intl. The nine track 2xLP is considered an album length composition, and it finds the composer/musician paring his band down to seven players: two bassists, two clarinetists, a cellist, and analogue tape tech, with Moore on piano. “Reflector” is built around Moore’s […]

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C Powers "Phoenix Down"

Listen: C Powers “Phoenix Down”

Chris Powers‘ interest in electronic music started early, scouring the jungle and trance bins at now-defunct Atlanta record stores like Satellite and Rewind with his buddy. Powers would eventually go on to art school in Chicago, continuing to hone his DJ and production skills at parties and shows around the city. After college, Powers moved off to London, falling in […]

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Ty Segall "The Singer"

Watch: Ty Segall “The Singer”

Sure, these days it seems the prolific garage-pop troubadour Ty Segall can do anything, but levitate mid guitar jam? Now, I’ve seen it all! “The Singer” is directed by Matt Yoka, he also directed Segall’s most recent visual effort, the interactive video for “Manipulator“, and here he places the snazzily clad singer/guitarist into another crowded tableau. This one resembles a […]

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