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High Places, "Altos Lugares"

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Eerie self-directed video from LA's hazy new wave duo

LA art-pop duo High Places just dropped this new video for their propulsive "Altos Lugares" ("High Places" in Spanish, clever!) off their forthcoming LP. The self-directed bit features bandmembers Rob Barber and Mary Pearson traipsing in ghostlike form around Spahn Ranch, where Charles Manson and Family once lived. High places indeed.  Original Colors is out October 11th......read more

Doug Aitken: Song 1

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A mesmerizing video of the recent outdoor installation at Hirshhorn Museum

With Song 1, New York artist Doug Aitken transformed the drab concrete exterior of Hirshhorn Museum in Washington D.C. into a panoramic canvas for a mesmerizing audio-visual spectacle. The site-specific installation, which ran until May 20, featured 11 high-def video projectors working in tandem to blanket the building’s entire surface with video. The song in question is the 1934 standard......read more

Cults "High Road"

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The New York pop duo's new video is slightly creepy, very awesome

With this stylish black-and-white clip for Cults, director Hiro Murai has added another excellent piece to an already deep film portfolio that includes music videos for Usher, Earl Sweatshirt, and St. Vincent. "High Road" is the lead single from Cults' new LP, Static, the followup to their irresistably catchy, self-titled debut from 2011. Murai's treatment finds the pair journeying through black......read more

Bill Callahan "Javelin Unlanding" Video

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Singer/songwriter plays the moon in clip for 'Dream River' highlight

The artist formerly known as Smog travels through the solar system in the strange animated video for "Javelin Unlanding," from last year's excellent Dream River LP. The clip, laden with analog effects, was directed by Hanly Banks and Chris Rusch, and stars the deadpan singer as the moon, an apparent homage to the 1902 silent film Le Voyage Dans La Lune. Watch above. Dream River is out now on......read more

Foster the People "Coming of Age"

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Nostalgic videos takes viewers on a journey through the trials and tribulations of high school

It's been three years since Foster the People crashed the charts with their surprise hit, "Pumped Up Kicks." Now the Los Angeles-based indie pop act is set to release their sophomore record, Supermodel, and have shared this official video for lead single "Coming of Age." Appropriately, the video depicts the experience of going through high school in America, taking a literal intpretation of the......read more

The Perennial Plate: One Minute in Mexico

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Holy tamale! Take a high-tempo tour of Mexican cuisine

Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine back at it again with another episode of our favorite food and travel series, the Perennial Plate. The new clip is a fast-paced, one-minute summary of two weeks in Mexico, and it doesn't disappoint. Covering ground from Mexico City to Hidalgo, Oaxaca to Chiapas, the traveling gourmands ate more more beans, bebidas and tamales than you can shake a stick at. A......read more

Chris Cohen "Optimist High"

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Breezy backyard summer vibes from a Californian transplant in Vermont

Chris Cohen's solo debut Overgrown Path was one of the highlights of 2012, full of bucolic, lopsided pop songs he recorded by himself in a cabin in Vermont. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Cohen previously played with a number of high profile indie acts (Deerhoof, Haunted Grafitti, Cass McCombs) before moving east to write and record the album. In the breezy, melancholy "Optimist High,"......read more

Musical Laser Forests

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A high-tech, interactive experience created by Marshmallow Laser Feast

There is only a handful of things that literally every human on earth loves, and they include lasers, forests, and music. Creative studio Marshmallow Laser Feast combined all three of those wonderful things with "Laser Forest," a real-time interactive experience created for STRP Biennale in Eindhoven, Netherlands earlier this year. Using drones, laser beams, projection mapping, and custom tools,......read more

Young Farmers: Katie

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Under Katie's guidance, a high school garden brings together students of all stripes

We're big fans of school gardens around here. They're a great way to use the schoolyard as a classroom and teach students valuable concepts about food and agriculture. Katie, our latest Young Farmers subject, leads a gardening program at an extension high school in Claremont, California, where at-risk students get a chance to grow their own veggies. By literally getting their hands dirty,......read more

Young Farmers: Willa

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A green-thumbed high school student shows off her impressive veggie garden

You know something is embedded in your brain once you start dreaming about it. For Willa, another of our Young Farmers, that would include her garden, the subject of a recent dream (nightmare?) involving some missing lettuce. Now in high school, the enthusiastic planter has been at the gardening game for many years, thanks to her mom and grandma, who got her into plants early on. Here, we......read more

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