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Cults "High Road"

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

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    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 and white spaces, while surreal images intercede in the action. Those include but aren't limited to creepy, Halloween-appropriate things like moths and burning antlers, as well as a very nice vintage 5-series Beemer. Want.

    Static is out now via Columbia


    Postiljonen "Atlantis"

  • Roll through the desert to the dream-pop sounds of Sweden's Postiljonen
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  • Crosley Traveler Portable Turntable

  • Bring your records on the road
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  • All in for the 99%: Artists, Musicians and Activists Unite in Los Angeles

  • One-day cultural festival goes off in the name of reform
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