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Houses, "Reds"

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Lo-fi time-lapse animation by LAMAR+NIK

Here's another video for Dexter Tortoriello's bliss pop project, Houses. Directors LAMAR+NIK made ice sculptures using a series of handmade clay molds, then took time-lapse stills of the melting process in a garage. The entire budget: a little over $200. Houses' recording process was similarly lo-fi. The entire All Night album was recorded off-the-grid in Hawaii, on a laptop......read more

Houses, "Endless Spring"

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Off-the-grid island bliss.

There's not a ton to this video. Actually there's very little. But the song is some lovely, blissful pop, and there's an interesting backstory. The standout single from All Night, Houses' first full-length, "Endless Spring" was recorded in Hawaii where sole bandmember Dexter Tortoriello spent time with his partner living off the grid. In his words: "We moved out to a little cabin in Papaikou,......read more

Tweedy "Summer Noon"

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First-time director Allison House created this chill animated complement to standout from 'Boyhood' soundtrack

Tweedy, the new project from Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy and his son Spencer, is making internet waves this week for its hilarious, star-studded "Low Key" video. The newly released video led us to this earlier video for "Summer Noon," a supremely infectious tune featured on the Boyhood soundtrack. In the animated clip, created by first-time director Allison House, a lone red balloon drifts through......read more

Concorde, "Summer House"

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Director Maxime Bruneel creates arty, collage-based visuals for French indie pop outfit

Here's a wonderfully-crafted new music video for Paris-based indie pop act, Concorde. Directed by fellow Parisienne Maxime Bruneel, the clip combines animated overlays of alpine landscapes and starry skies with images of a flirtatious Concorde singer/guitarist Clement Froissart and a pretty blonde girl. All in all, it's a fun and playful video for a similarly upbeat track. "Summer......read more

Beach House, "Lazuli"

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First single for Beach House's new LP gets a far-out video

Baltimore dream-pop duo Beach House just dropped this eerie new video for "Lazuli," the gorgeous lead single from their latest LP, Bloom, released last month. The spooky clip, which follows three lonely souls to another dimension, was directed by Alan Cordell, who created a similarly bizarre video for "Walk in the Park," off of previous album Teen Dream. Bloom out now on Sub Pop....read more

Memoryhouse, "Quiet America"

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Two-year old track gets a new video

Memoryhouse's The Years EP, first recorded and released in '09, has been re-recorded and remastered for its official "reissue" on Sub Pop, available September 13. In advance of the release, the duo put out a video for the dreamy and delicate "Quiet America," starring (and directed by) Memoryhouse vocalist Denise Nouvion. On the strangeness of seeing their two-year old songs dug up and......read more

Memoryhouse, "Heirloom"

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Another doozy from Jamie Harley

Are Jamie Harley and Memoryhouse the rice and beans of indie rock? 'Cause they go together goooood. Harley's hazy Polaroid aesthetic, full of quick cuts and double exposures, is basically the visual equivalent of the Memoryhouse sound. The video for Memoryhouse’s “Heirloom” is their second collaboration, and much like their first, features sepia-tinged visuals compiled from......read more

Memoryhouse, "Bonfire"

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Mesmerizing unofficial video by Jamie Harley.

"Bonfire," from Ontario, Canada-based duo Evan and Denise (aka Memoryhouse), has a hazy, ethereal feel, with feathery vocals supported by soft acoustic strumming and sparse tambourine flourishes. The Jamie Harley-directed video, featuring a blurry woman running through a field in slow-motion, suits the vibe nicely. Warning: maybe NSFW, depending on where you work....read more

Cal Earth Vision

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Superadobe houses address the shelter needs of world’s poorest people.

The late visionary architect Nadir Khalili (1936-2008) made it his life’s mission to create sustainable shelter for the world’s poorest people. Under the banner of Cal-Earth, the nonprofit he founded to further his quest, Khalili invented “superadobe” technology, which uses on-site earthen material and local supplies of sandbags and barbed wire (usually in good supply in war-torn areas)......read more

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