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Spaceface, led by Jake Ingalls of the Flaming Lips, release a video for their new single "Panoramic View", and it's a trippy visual treat for a song with serious overtones. Folk artist Liana Gabel offers a remarkably fresh sound and fresh take on matters of the heart with "Fool".

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The Bearded Movie Aficionado. Long time no see - Hi everyone. I've been getting alot of requests lately and some comments that I should continue with my blog, and I appreciate it very much. And it saddens Moduli TV. Zoltar's Revenge. Eater of Sounds. Teenage Riot.

Symbols and Sounds. Usually I wouldn't review just one song, let alone upload it, but this is Nels Cline doing experim Thurm's Board Games illustrates one of the charms of Avidly Reads, where a nonfiction author who is enthusiastic about their subject matter strives to maintain an even tone, here, their devotion for board games shines through.

Vetiver get intimate by addressing one person at a time on their new album, Up on High. This music is for dancing alone in one's mind. The Velvet Underground's self-titled release, known as the "Grey Album", blazes boldly 50 years later, and retains the same sonic relevance as a Laura Nyro or Nick Drake record: artworks utterly of their moment, that sound like they could have been made yesterday.

Dream Baby Dream showcases the photography of Los Angeles-based award-winning photographer, director, and designer Jimmy Marble. This excerpt of his photography book is bright, warm, sunny, and sexy.

The uncle of melodious heartland rock, Bruce Hornsby gets his cues from San Francisco fans at a sold-out gig at the venerable Palace of Fine Arts. Spaceface, led by Jake Ingalls of the Flaming Lips, release a video for their new single "Panoramic View", and it's a trippy visual treat for a song with serious overtones. Folk artist Liana Gabel offers a remarkably fresh sound and fresh take on matters of the heart with "Fool".

And it comes with a comical twist. New York rock trio Upright Man walk the fine line between cynicism, optimism, adolescent, and adult on their new single, "Hifidelic". There is always a degree of uncertainty for outsiders in Japan.

If you can't take a class with Lynda Barry, Making Comics is the next best thing. But what kind of class is it? On her first full album Athena , Sudan Archives is soulful, surreal, and makes music on her own distinct and magnificent terms. Not all scary movies are horrifying. Sometimes, they're downright deranged.

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