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Fear Nothing

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Seals Sue, Directed By Isaac Ravishankara

“Fear Nothing” by Selah Sue. From the album Reason, courtesy of Because Music, 2015 concept & direction: Isaac Ravishankara characters: Sanne Putseys, Ellis Bahl, The Pepper Family: Rob, Natally, Elliot, and Henry Producer: Aviv Russ Executive Producer: Jason Colon, Danielle Hinde Prod. Co: Doomsday Ent. Director of Photography: Sing Howe Yam 1st Assistant Camera: Rachel Fox......read more

Fear of Men, "Seer"

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Lovely new Fear of Men vid stars singer Jessica Weiss as a rural beekeeper

Brighton, UK's lo-fi pop darlings Fear of Men just dropped this video for their bittersweet single, "Seer," from taken from their singles compilation Early Fragments (out now on Kanine Records). It's a suitably dreamlike clip for a pretty track, with vocalist Jessica Weiss assuming the lead role as a lonely beekeeper in a gorgeous, hazy landscape. Directed by Falvey and Weiss with Williams /......read more

Psychedelic Waves

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Amazing Waves Captured by Fearless Photographer Kenji Croman

Posted by Sara Barnes for My Modern Met Kenji Croman is a Hawaii resident, body surfer, and former competitive swimmer whose thrill-seeking personality allows him to photograph unpredictable yet awe-inspiring waves. Despite some drawbacks with his profession, including broken bones and close encounters with sharks, the photographer says that he couldn’t see himself doing anything......read more

John Kerry Likens Climate Change to WMDs

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US Secretary of State is right about the 'fearsome' potential of global warming

NRDC's Susan Casey-Lefkowitz for the Huffington Post:  Secretary Kerry got it right when he identified climate change as one of the most urgent issues facing the world in a February 16 speech in Jakarta. Kerry got it right on the science, the urgency, and the opportunity to be found in clean energy solutions. He ranked climate change right up there with “terrorism, epidemics,......read more

Separating GMO Facts from Fear

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In a brilliant article for The New York Times, Amy Harmon explores the fascinating fight over genetically modified crops in Hawaii

In the Sunday edition of The New York Times, Amy Harmon delivers a riveting long read about the battle over banning genetically modified crops on the island of Hawaii. The story follows the case of Greggor Ilagan, a Big Island councillor who supported the ban along with his liberal constituents. Wary of GMO scare stories, Ilagan sets out on a quest for the truth. Harmon traces the path of......read more

Martian Water Guarantees Nothing

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The Search For Alien Life Will Be Very Very Tricky

NASA scientists announced today the best evidence yet that Mars, once thought dry, sterile and dead, may yet have life in it: Liquid water still flows on at least some parts of the Red Planet, seeping from slopes to accumulate in what might be life-nurturing pools at the bases of equatorial hills and craters. These remarkable sites on Mars may be the best locations in the solar system to search......read more

Wild Nothing, "A Dancing Shell"

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Chilled-out cut from forthcoming EP gets a fun animated vid, starring colorful geometric humanoids

Jack Tatum's Wild Nothing project is back and set to release a 7-song EP, Empty Estate, May 14th on Captured Tracks. "A Dancing Shell," our first taste of the EP, goes straight into 80s pop territory, all warm synths, funky basslines, and laid back vocals. The chilled-out track comes complete with a colorful animated video courtesy of London-based illustrator and animator Hayley Akins.......read more

Wild Nothing, "Only Heather"

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Ryan Reichenfeld-directed clip features dark weirdness in the streets of LA

Here's the latest video for Nocturne, the gushy LP  from Jack Tatum's Wild Nothing project. Set to the excellent "Only Heather," the Ryan Reichenfeld-directed clip stars actor James Downing, who wanders in daze through the nighttime streets of Los Angeles. Oh, and he has a massive sword sticking through his torso. Maybe that's the reason for the daze. Just a guess. Nocturne is out now......read more

Dawn McCarthy & Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, "Christmas Eve Can Kill You"

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Holiday-themed Everly Brothers cover gets a down-home video that has nothing to do with Christmas

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, everyone's favorite Will Oldham alias, has teamed with frequent collaborator Dawn McCarthy (of Faun Fables) on a holiday-themed 7″ featuring a pair of Everly Brothers covers. The video for “Christmas Eve Can Kill You” eschews typical holiday symbols -- snow, presents, lights -- in favor of the good vibes that come with......read more

Wild Nothing, "Paradise"

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Dreamy, airborne clip starring Michelle Williams

Known for playing complex roles in critically-acclaimed films, Michelle Williams is pretty much everyone's favorite actress. Here she brings her dramatic talents to the new music video for Wild Nothing's "Paradise." In the clip, her character takes an airborne journey from Los Angeles to Niagara Falls, bumping the moody pop song on her pink Walkman. Williams carries the moody vibe beautifully,......read more

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