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Watch: Inlets- In Which I, Robert

Back when Inlets released their debut album Inter Arbiter, I officially deemed it an Ungodly Release (and it’s still in the running for one of the best albums of the year).

Now Sebastian Krueger’s project has released an awesome video for one of my favorite tracks, “In Which I, Robert.” (You’ve gotta love the funky prepared piano bass line.)

The video delves into different dimensions inside a box inside Krueger- very cool. Sadly I can’t embed the video yet due to copyright restrictions, so you’ll have to head to Stereogum to watch it.

It’s worth it.

Catching Up

Alright. It’s time for me to play a little bit of catch-up with you guys. As I’ve been rather busy lately pushing my band’s album and preparing for our show at FreeTulsa Music Festival next weekend, I’ve neglected to post consistently. For that I apologize.

Now that that’s settled, go ahead and take some time to listen to the forthcoming album Mines by the longstanding Portland-based group Menomena via NPR’s Exclusive First Listen. You can do that here. The album’s due June 27.

Next, Department of Eagles released their anthology of previously unreleased tracks on an album appropriately titled Archive 2003-2006 yesterday. I recommend you take time to listen to that as well. For a sample, watch a homemade video for their single “While We’re Young” via The Connection over on the right side of this page.

The Love Language released their deliciously 60’s sunshiney pop-tinged album Libraries last week. It’s very good. Listen to the full album here.

Finally, as I mentioned earlier, my band People,People has been very busy lately. One of the many endeavours in which we’re currently involved is the making our first music video for our single “Five Year Drought.” Excitingly enough, you can watch a teaser promo for the video, also via The Connection over on the right side of this page.

Enjoy! Thanks for understanding! I love all of you!

Watch: Avi Buffalo- What’s In It For?

I’m normally not too big on music videos. However, every once in a while a bit of color and some captivating visual imagery can really make a great complement.

For instance, the video for the youthful, sunshiney Avi Buffalo track, “What’s In It For,” adds even more brightness to the song. The emphasis on blooming and growth seen in all of the whimsical plants provides another texture that feels perfect for this blossoming group’s sound.

Check it out in The Connection over on the right.

Pretty cool, right?

Watch: Besnard Lakes Play Fallon

A little over a week ago, personal favorites The Besnard Lakes played on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Sadly, I wasn’t able to locate a video separated from the rest of the TV show…. until now.

Over on the left is a video of the Lakes playing “And This is What We Call Progress” from the wonderfully epic The Besnard Lakes Are the Roaring Night.

Make sure to watch this before a network rep finds it first.