Friday, September 24, 2010
Finally, someone has taken it into there own hands to direct a video for what I believe to be the best song of 2010 thus far, Home. Rick Darge directs this unofficial video, staring a homemade robot gone party. This video is a good generation-Y sum up for the phrase "Sorry we party". Starting off in an innocent house party scene then moving on to full sized concerts and eventually some scenester hotel room bull shit. The party's out there you just have to find it
Posted by Dominic Fawcett at 3:15 PM
Holy shit I don't even know what the hell's going on in this video but I LOVE IT. Bombay is one of the raddest videos I've seen in forever. There's guns, skateboarding, rocket powered bikes, and hella boobs. I mean like some many boob shots. We're talkin at least 50% of the video are great shots of awsome boo......... Never mind just check it out for yourself.
Posted by Dominic Fawcett at 2:02 PM
Thursday, September 23, 2010
I'm rapidly becoming obsessed with the animations of Anthony Fransisco Schepperd. Earlier this year he threw together a video for the band Ape school, for a song entitled Wail to god . The video was pretty rad, but nothing holds a candle to this new gem that he produced for Blockheads recent jam, The music scene. The theme is expressed in a very new styling but still similar to that of Hayao miyazaki's. It definitely helps that this song totally kicks way more ass.
Nature will prevail! peep the goods. (definitely biggie size this video it's kinda a big deal)
Posted by Dominic Fawcett at 9:18 PM
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Earlier today Local Natives played a super rad, very intimate acoustic set at dog beach in Ocean Beach. This jam, airplanes, was particularly amazing cause so much of the audience was involved in the chorus, peep it..... keep pumping those good vibes kids
Posted by Dominic Fawcett at 6:07 PM
Friday, September 17, 2010
UK beat-smith, Gold Panda, has been killing it on the large for the last couple months. With his amazing eerie and catchy beats that beg to be coupled with intense meaningful imagery. Here's a clip of him going twist happy on some knobs at Robotspeak in San Fran and here's a link to some more of his groove happy jamz
and just for fun Here's one of my favorites
Posted by Dominic Fawcett at 7:42 PM
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Earlier in the year San Diego locals, Roxy Jones, traveled to Chicago to record an album in Steve Albini's studio, the results can be downloaded here FOR FREE!!!!!!! Over all it's pretty rockin I've been putting the whole album on heavy rotation in my music mix especially these two songs
Philthy room which ends with a super droned out, Lou Reed walk on the wild side, style badassness, I love it!
Posted by Dominic Fawcett at 12:04 PM