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Hey guys! Welcome to my special Tuesday post, which I’m super excited about! My Nashville friend, Devan Dubois (with Sensibility Music) just released a new full-length album today called “Le Fou” and it’s amazing! Truly a work of art. It’s currently available on iTunes, and you all should go buy it.
Devan, not too long ago, was featured in Nylon Magazine, along with his LONG LIVE music video which you can view below. Want some more info and background on him? Well, he was also interviewed in UK’s Far Out Magazine, which can be read here aaaaand he was interviewed in BEAT Magazine, which can be read heeeere!
So basically, I shouldn’t need to write or say much – cus the articles, and especially his music, will do the talking. All in all, he is a friend of many talents. A visual and musical kaleidoscope, if you will. Nylon said it best in their article:
“You can’t deny that black and white music videos add a level of cool, but when you pair that with some trippy visuals, your eyes will be glued to the screen. His southern roots shine through as his folky guitar rhythms are accompanied by some hip-hop drums– two styles we love and go perfectly together.“
So, here you go. Watch it. Love it. Buy it. Share it. Thank you! Xo
LONG LIVE music video:
Hey everyone! Hope you’re all having a great Saturday! I haven’t posted on a weekend in a little while and I felt it necessary today because not too long ago, my good friend Jessie found this BEAUTIFUL video for the band Daughter‘s track, “Medicine“.
We watched it in awe, completely mesmerized by the beautiful way the video – which is actually a non-profit video and footage from “Hedgehog in the Fog” (Yuriy Norshteyn, 1975) – captured the song. Even though this video footage is from more than 35 years ago, it is incredibly fitting to the lyrics and instrumentation, with sweet and somber notes to it.
I won’t say too much more, this Daughter track says a lot, and the animation in this video says even more. Enjoy! Xo
Watch the full, original version of “Hedgehog in the Fog” here.
I have been on a Sombear (Brad Hale of Now, Now) kick lately. His catchy electronic, synthy, magnetic, heavy beats are so stinkin’ addicting, and this song/video has been on repeat for almost two weeks now. It’s M83-esque synth and alluring beats charm the heck out of you, while Brad’s vocals entrance and wrap you up in a melodic maze of catchy sounds.
I’ll spare you from all of the extra details and feelings I get could go into, and you can just enjoy the video for yourself.
Also, another song I’ve been obsessed with by him: