Watch pasty, emaciated characters doing ambiguous things lethargically and fall into a drug-induced haze! Perfectly fitting for the slowcore music of Timber Timbre. Sprinkle in some Eraserhead vibes, and this is one cryptically engaging creeper. Directed by Kate Young & Eriver Hijano...

If you are looking for films from today, Sunday, the 30th, you can see them here. Below are choice picks for the FINAL week of the San Francisco International Film Festival! Get your butt out there. Full festival details and movie listings here. --- American Teacher If you're an...

Unfortunately, El Boy Die's 2010 release, Black Hawk Ladies And Tambourins, slipped any kind of major coverage on REDEFINE, but this video for "Dead Kings" will have to serve as a primer. A video collage of grainy archival war footage, the sights are incredible but...

Canada has given us a lot to work with in terms of music, specifically indie rock. Scores of baby Brooklyn bands have tried to imitate the success of giants like Broken Social Scene, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Arcade Fire, with mixed success. BRAIDS is...

For The Acorn's latest album, No Ghost, band member Howard Tsui was enlisted to create the album artwork. The chosen cover piece, entitled Spectral Residue, is thematically appropriate, and showcases Tsui's knack to draw influence from the supernatural. To quote Tsui's artist statement about the series: "Abstract...

In a lot of ways, I was beginning to feel like videos similar to this have been done a lot this past year -- at least, until the chocolate sauce and wrestling came out and things started to get ugly in this video. Add in...

This book just came out this month, and it features the work of Canadian graphic artist Marian Bantjes. I just wanted to draw some attention to it, as it is a beautiful book with some pieces that seem inspired by textiles and patterns of all...

Seriously. What is with the indie music world's obsession with cats this year? I'll bite however, as this is the most stupidly awesome video I've seen all year. ...

I'm not sure anyone's writing shit about the dizzying spiritual discontent of the information/overpopulation age quite as effectively as Black Mountain's Stephen McBean. Dude just sounds like he's so far out there he couldn't give a fuck, and maybe that's something people should latch onto. Sure there's a frightening new display of tragicomedy lurking around ever corner these days, but you've got to maintain; you've just got to freaking maintain. Count back from ten slowly. We've got electric guitars; we've got vintage synths. We've got videos about psychic witches. Ride the wave. Everything's going to be okay.

Thanks, bro. I was really starting to lose it there with all this economic disaster warmongering bullshit. Now I'm back in a good place. The blues heal, I think I see what you're saying.

 

Black Mountain - "Old Fangs" - DOWNLOAD MP3