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Thursday, July 31, 2008


According to, The Avalanches are putting the finishing touches on their long awaited follow-up to 2001's Since I Left You, an album that contained approximately 3500 samples, most impressive of which was the first ever legally licensed Madonna sample. Largely the reason Modular Records is on the map today, The Avalanches made one of the best dance albums of this decade and the anticipation for the sophomore LP is of magnum proportions.

The Melbourne, Australia-based electronic collective released a statement in early 2007 about the new album - "It's so fuckin' party you will die, much more hip-hop than you might expect, and while there is still no accurate estimated time of arrival, we're sure you're gonna love it when it arrives ... It's ended up sounding like the next logical step to "Since", we just had to go around in a big circle to get back to where we belong. And one day when you least expect it you'll wake up and the sample fairy will have left it under your pillow."

The unconfirmed, tentative title of the new disc is Inactivity, and it may hit shelves in early 2009. Cross your fingers!

The Avalanches - Since I Left You (music video)

The Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist (music video)

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

From the Top of My Tree

The Bodies Obtained are extremely elusive. In fact, there is yet to be a known photograph of the band. They come from Detroit and find great influence in the likes of Throbbing Gristle, Brian Eno, Fad Gadget and The Residents. Their debut album, From the Top of My Tree hits shelves November 25th via Mute/Finding You Attractive. Nothing more to report really as no one knows who the hell they are. Check out the music...

The Bodies Obtained - Looking For More (mp3)
The Bodies Obtained - Hear & Believe (mp3)
The Bodies Obtained - I'm A Stranger (mp3)

From the Top of My Tree tracklist:
1. Hear & Believe
2. If You’re In Love With Me
3. Looking For More
4. I’m A Stranger
5. In Your Empty Sky
6. Let The Worm Seize The Day
7. The Pig That I Am
8. Skin Stuck To Bones
9. What Did I Lose
10. For A Better Life

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

La Blogotheque's Take Away Shows

While on a tour stop in San Francisco, fellow Swedes Lykke Li and El Perro del Mar teamed up with La Blogotheque for a series of "Take Away Shows". Here we have Lykke Li doing "Dance Dance Dance" and El Perro del Mar doing "Somebody's Baby". These videos make me homesick for San Francisco, as they were literally shot right around the corner from my old apartment.

I love La Blogotheque's cinéma vérité shooting style, which allows you to see the artists in a realistic way, performing acoustic or accapella versions of their songs.

Check out more videos at La Blogotheque.

Friday, July 25, 2008


Radiohead - House of Cards

Beck Ft. Cat Power - Orphans

Devendra Banhart - Carmensita

CSS - Left Behind

Midnight Juggernauts - Into the Galaxy (version 2)

Chemical Brothers - Midnight Madness

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Tonight at Hiro Ballroom

Martin Gore of Depeche Mode is DJing at Hiro Ballroom tonight! I had no idea and will probably not make it, but I'm sure it will be awesome. Tickets are $15.

Meanwhile, a new Depeche Mode album is tentatively scheduled for a spring 2009 release. The band is rumored to have been working on new material at Gore's home studio in Santa Barbara last May. The new disc is being produced by Ben Hillier.

Martin Gore - Stardust (2003) (music video)

Wednesday, July 23, 2008


I love The Pains of Being Pure at Heart! The Brooklyn indie pop band are hard at work on their debut full length, slated for release in early 2009. In the meantime, they dish up the new "Everything With You" 7", hitting shops this fall. But I have the new track for you right now. Check it out.

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart - Everything With You (link)

Stream more lovely songs here.

The Pains have a show in Brooklyn tomorrow night at Dead Herring in South Williamsburg. Here's the flyer.

Todd P's Midsummer Party at The Yard

-photo by Derek Morris

About two weeks ago I had the privilige of attending Todd P's Midsummer Party at The Yard in Carroll Gardens (Brooklyn). I saw an astounding 15 under the radar bands and got to see John Norris (of MTV fame) up close and personal. The mini-fest was held on the canal bank at The Yard in Brooklyn, featuring amazing performances from Ponytail, Oneida, Titus Andronicus, Shy Child, Vivian Girls, Knyfe Hyts, Crystal Antlers, Abe Vigoda, Telepathe, High Places, and many more!

The scorching day by the canal was barely saved by a cooling breeze that made the heat almost bearable. It turned out to be a fantastic summer day, packed with loads of new talent. Todd P is a hero to Brooklyn right now, constantly providing us with new, cutting edge artists in venues like Market Hotel, Silent Barn, Death By Audio, and Bodega. Here he has captured the essence of what is bubbling under, providing a vastly entertaining day of indie music by the water in Brooklyn.

Ponytail (live at The Yard)

Check out some of my video highlights of Todd P's Midsummer Party below...

Vivian Girls
Crystal Antlers
Shy Child
Titus Andronicus

Market Hotel Blows Up!

-Love is All @ Market Hotel, June 2008

Please read this great article at BushwickBK about MTV invading Bushwick's hottest spot - Market Hotel. MTV's Cameras and Crew Invade Market Hotel. Be sure to read the comments section, as taking in the entire post gives you great insight as to how Bushwick is bubbling under the surface right now.

-photo by Scot Bowman

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

GRACE JONES - Hurricane

The original new wave, art/disco diva Grace Jones is back and she's about to release her first album in 19 years (not including her two unreleased albums in the 90's). Hurricane, scheduled for an October 27th release, features an all-star production team led by Ivor Guest, including Brian Eno, Tricky, and Sly & Robbie. Jones made her return to the stage last month when she performed a two hour set at the Massive Attack-curated Meltdown Festival in London.

The first single from the forthcoming album is the haunting and twisted "Corporate Cannibal". The track also has a mind-altering new video, directed by Nick Hooker. Check it out...

Grace Jones - Corporate Cannibal (music video)

Hurricane tentative tracklist:

"Corporate Cannibal"
"The Key to Funky"
"Devil in My Life"
"This Is Life"
"Love You to Life"
"William's Blood"
"Keeping Up with the Jones"

Monday, July 21, 2008

TV ON THE RADIO - Dear Science,

Pitchfork reports that TV on the Radio are prepping the much anticipated release of their fourth full-length album, the follow-up to Return to Cookie Mountain (2006).

Dear Science, will hit stores in North America on September 23rd via Interscope. I'm very curious to see what these avant rockers have been cooking up in the last two years, as "Wolf Like Me" (from Cookie) remains one of the greatest tracks of this decade.

TV on the Radio - Wolf Like Me (music video)

A N. American tour is also on the way...

5 Musicfest NW, Roseland Theater Portland, OR
6 Showbox, Seattle WA
7 Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver BC
9 Macewan Ballroom, Calgary AB
10 Starlite Room, Edmonton AB
12 Knitting Factory Boise ID
13 In the Venue, Salt Lake City UT
14 Monolith Festival, Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison CO
19 Street Scene, San Diego, CA
20 Treasure Island Festival, San Francisco CA

Friday, July 18, 2008

YAZ Played Terminal 5

Yaz played a fantastic sold out show last night at Terminal 5 in Manhattan, proving that a) Alison Moyet still has some of the best pipes in modern pop music, and b) Vince Clarke's synth-pop compositions are as timeless as ever.

Moyet was in such a great mood, smiling and dancing around with an unexpectedly youthful feel about her. The duo played just about every song they ever recorded together, but one of the greatest highlights of the evening came when they performed the album classic "In My Room", wherein Moyet sat at the center of the stage and delivered the haunting vocal with great passion and drama. The show was heavily enhanced by a remarkable visual light show and the crowd seemed compelled with the performance from beginning to end, as was I. They just don't make them like this anymore.

The Yaz Reconnected Tour coincided with the release of In Your Room, a box set containing both of Yaz' albums completely remastered, as well as a disc of remixes and a DVD full of music videos and a short docu film.

-photo by Scot Bowman

Thursday, July 17, 2008

It's a SANTOGOLD Summer!

Santogold is everywhere this summer! First, Santi does a free show with Diplo and A-Trak this Sunday at Central Park Summerstage. Show starts at 3:00 pm so get there early! Then, Miss Gold joins Coldplay for their North American arena tour, kicking off July 22 in Chicago. Also, there is a new CD out called Top Ranking, which is a Santogold/Diplo "mixtape". See the full tracklist at the bottom of this post. You can buy the CD here. And an exclusive new track from the mix...

Santogold & Diplo - Guns of Brooklyn (Doc and Jon Hill dub) (The Clash cover)

New videos for "Creator" and "My Drive Thru" (w/ Julian Casablancas & N.E.R.D.)...

Santogold, Julian Casablancas, N.E.R.D. - My Drive Thru (music video)


1. Dub Selection Intro
2. 3-6 Mafia - Late Night (Unstoppable Mix)
3. Santogold - Shuv It (Disco D Blend) [EXCLUSIVE]
4. Santogold - I'm A Lady (Diplo Mix Ft Amanda Blank) [EXCLUSIVE]
5. Sir Mixalot - Posse On Broadway
6. Santogold - Lights Out (Diplo's Panda Bear Mix) [EXCLUSIVE]
7. Aretha Franklin - Save Me
8. Devo - Be Stiff
9. B52's - Mesopotamia
10. Gerri And The Holograms - Gerri And The Holograms
11. Santogold - Anne (Switch Mix) [EXCLUSIVE]
12. Santogold - LES Artistes (XXXchange Mix Ft Movado)
13. Cutty Ranks - Dutty Six Pack [EXCLUSIVE]
14. Santogold - Find A Way (Graeme & Switch Mix Ft Kid Cudi)/ Lunar Camel [EXCLUSIVE]
15. Richie Spice x Ratatat - Marijuana
16. Desmond Dekker - Shanty Town
17. Santogold - Guns Of Brooklyn [EXCLUSIVE]
18. Dixie Cups - Iko Iko
19. Tony Matterhorn - Big Belly Guns [EXCLUSIVE]
20. Santogold - Get It Up (Radioclit mix Ft MIA & Gorilla Zoe) [EXCLUSIVE]
21. Mark Ronson In Studio
22. Trouble Andrew - Run - Hide
23. Sister Nancy - Pigeon Rock
24. Nora Dean - Barbwire
25. Shinehead - Know How Fe Chat
26. Clash - Ghetto Defendant
27. Warrior Queen - Check It
28. Santogold x Benga - Unstoppable / Night Dub [EXCLUSIVE]
29. Shawty Lo x Skream - They Know / Stagger
30. Santogold - Creator (Mumdance Mix ft Jammer, Badness, Chronik Rage, Slikman & Tempz) [EXCLUSIVE]
31. Xray / Turbulence Duplate (Starstruck Diplo Mix) [EXCLUSIVE]
32. Barrington Levy - Send A Moses
33. Prince Jazzbo - Ital Corner
34. Santogold - Icarus [EXCLUSIVE]
35. Santogold x Diplo - Right Brigade (hidden track) [EXCLUSIVE]

Get this mix here.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

YAZ Afterparty with KIM of THE PRESETS

You know I'll be at Terminal 5 on Thursday night to see the historical reunion performance by quintessential 80's electro-pop duo Yaz. But I'll also be swinging by Hiro Ballroom afterwards for the after party, featuring a DJ set by KIM of The Presets. It all starts at 10:00 pm and it's FREE!, but you have to RSVP at to solidify your entrance. See you there!

DOWNLOAD (link) - The Presets - This Boy's in Love (Lifelike remix)


Thursday July 17, Hiro Ballroom NYC
Friday July 18, Modular Party at Tribeca grand, NYC
Tuesday July 22, Cinespace, Los Angeles

Yaz - Don't Go (music video)

Tuesday, July 15, 2008


It seems like forever ago when Van She released their self-titled EP, which featured "Kelly", the feel-good song of its time. We were left eagerly awaiting a full length album and then...a lot of time passed. Now, three years later, we finally get V, the debut LP from the Australian band who have a decidedly fun electro/80's new romantic sound.

Don't ask me what's going on with that album cover, but it appears that it is the final artwork. Clever or ridiculous? Hmm.

Check out a pair of videos from the new album below. Stream "Changes" here. Pre-order V over here.

Van She - Changes (music video)

Van She - Strangers (music video)

Monday, July 14, 2008

New RATATAT Video - 'Flynn'

Ratatat have a new video for the track "Flynn", taken from the brand new album LP3. The clip features distorted fragments of Paul Simon's classic 80's video "You Can Call Me Al" video, which featured Chevy Chase. The effect is just trippy and bizarre, but kind of suits the track perfectly. Anyone got any peyote?

LP3 was released last week on XL Recording.

Ratatat - Flynn (music video)

NO AGE Make Noise at South Street Seaport

No Age left the riotous crowd begging for more at their free South Street Seaport show on Friday night, but were forced to cut the set short by the event's promoter. By the second half of the set, security had to give everything they had to contain the kids from breaking through the crowd barrier at the front of the stage. It was quite a sight to witness at a safe distance. Though the vocals were mixed a bit too low, the set built momentum as it carried along.

I thought Telepathe were kind of interesting, though they're warm-up set for No Age has created quite an onslaught of negative comments over at Brooklyn Vegan. These guys remind me of a mellower Letigre, minus Kathleen Hanna's growl.

Abe Vigoda kicked off the show. They sounded tight, but their music just isn't for me. They're kind of like this year's answer to Tokyo Police Club.

-all photos by Scot Bowman

Sunday, July 13, 2008

OF MONTREAL - Skeletal Lamping

Of Montreal's Skeletal Lamping is set for a release on October 7th, and here you have the official artwork (via Pitchfork). In fact, for all the juicy details, check out their post about the new album, as I can't really offer any more on this breaking news. But it's still very exciting!

Of Montreal play Roseland Ballroom on October 10th. Last I checked tickets were still on sale.

Friday, July 11, 2008

NO AGE Tonight at South Street Seaport,

No Age are playing a free show tonight at Southstreet Seaport, with Abe Vigoda and Telepathe. When I saw No Age last year at the Bowery Ballroom/CMJ show they absolutely rocked. And with a recent surge in popularity, their show tonight should be a must-see. LA tropical punk band Abe Vigoda and Brooklyn's experimental synth-noise trio Telepathe are also well worth checking out so get there early! The show starts at 7:00.

No Age - Eraser (music video)

DEERHUNTER - Microcastle - Update

At long last a release date has been set for Microcastle, Deerhunter's follow-up to the best album of 2007, Cryptograms. The first single will be "Nothing Ever Happened". As well, Deerhunter are touring with Nine Inch Nails this summer and will play a free show with Black Lips at McCarren Pool on August 3rd.

Microcastle tracklist:

01 Cover Me (Slowly)
02 Agoraphobia
03 Never Stops
04 Little Kids
05 Microcastle
06 Calvary Scars
07 Green Jacket
08 Activa
09 Nothing Ever Happened
10 Saved by Old Times
11 Neither of Us, Uncertainly
12 Twilight at Carbon Lake

Thursday, July 10, 2008


At its core, the debut effort from Hercules and Love Affair, the brainchild of NYC-based DJ Andy Butler, is a great dance album. But there are a number of elements at work here that elevate the record from “just great” to “awe-inspiring”. Co-produced by this decade’s go-to electronic guru Tim Goldsworthy (Cut Copy, The Rapture, LCD Soundsystem), the album is as much a sincerely personal piece of detailed work as it is a solid collaborative effort.

With its feet firmly cemented to the ground, Hercules and Love Affair references the many eras of dance music-disco, Chicago House, and synth-pop to name a few. But Butler’s love of these sounds doesn’t just skim the surface. This is a man with a vast knowledge of those 12-inch crates of yesterday. The sounds produced here recall the hyper art disco of influential artists ranging from Arthur Russell, Frankie Knuckles, and the Paradise Garage days of Larry Levan.

The top of the album gets started with “Time Will”, as Antony Hegarty (of Antony & the Johnsons) in his most sultry, Alison Moyet-esque breathiness, commands:“Don’t lie to me, Don’t give it up”. Antony’s voice is instantly captivating. It almost seems like it was birthed to produce emotive disco tracks (his appearance on My Robot Friend’s “One More Try” a few years back was a good hint at this). Slowly, Goldsworthy’s production trickles in, lifting the track into an oddly gorgeous gay-torch-synth-ballad.

With “Hercules Theme” the fun really gets started. The track introduces one of the most impressive elements at work here-the fantastic use of live trumpets and trombones. The horns swirl into a state of frenzy around lush strings and the eloquent vocals of transsexual diva Nomi, who carries over into another standout track “You Belong”. With its soulful vocals and its genre defining high-hats and syncopated beats, you are instantly transported into a Chicago House club circa 1981.

But without a doubt, the highlight of the album is the breakout hit “Blind”. Decorated with lively horns and sweeping strings, everything comes together here in a stunning way, largely propelled by the phenomenal arrangement and, most importantly, the chilling vocals of Antony. Not only is it an essential dance track, it will absolutely be remembered as one of the best overall tracks of the year.

Perhaps what should be highlighted most about Hercules and Love Affair would be the knowledge and passion behind the work, something that justifies the so-called dance renaissance of now. Dance music has always been at its best when done with a curious intelligence and an outsider’s passion. The minds and souls at work here are very much worth paying attention to.

Originally published at

Wednesday, July 09, 2008


Chairlift are an interesting new band from Brooklyn. Their combination of electro-folk and sensitive synth-pop casts them under the same spell you might find MGMT under when they recorded their initial ep. Though not as flawlessly produced as Oracular Spectacular, Chairlift might appeal to you if you're still in the mood for some good old wizard-pop. I'm kinda feelin' it. The new single(?) "Planet Health" is definitely elevated by the delicate vocals of Caroline Polacheck, which can be heard in the new video below.

The debut LP Does You Inspire You is scheduled to hit iTunes soon, but in the meantime you can get their "Evident Untensil" single here. It also features a MGMT remix of the track.

More at Chairlift's Myspace page.

Chairlift - Planet Health (music video)

Chairlift play The Yard in Brooklyn this Saturday, as part of Todd P's Midsummer Party. Other bands on the bill include Ponytail, Shy Child, Vivian Girls, Oneida, High Places, Abe Vigoda, Titus Andronicus, and Crystal Antlers. Tickets are only $10. This is gonna be a good one! More info here.

Tuesday, July 08, 2008


Crystal Stilts are based in Brooklyn and make bittersweet, minimalist indie pop. The excellent new track "Crippled Croon" is currently on my heavy roatation. Its vintage garage rock sound has me absolutely hooked. Other tracks like "Converging in the Quiet" and "Bright Night Nursery" also feature a sort of faded out, nostalgic shoegazer element that recalls, yes, Jesus & Mary Chain. I can't help it. This genre gets me every time.

I'm certainly not alone in my newfound love of Crystal Stilts, as their self-titled debut album was recently bestowed with an 8.3 rating over at Pitchfork.

Preview tracks at their Myspace page.

Crystal Stilts tour dates:

Jul 10 Southpaw/Brookyln
Jul 13 The Charleston/Brooklyn
Jul 19 Supreme Trading/Brooklyn
Jul 26 Knitting Factory/NYC
Aug 4 Great Scott/Boston
Aug 5 Zoobizarre/Montreal
Aug 6 Sneaky Dees/Toronto
Aug 7 Zooleggers/West Lafayette
Aug 8 Subterranean/Chicago
Aug 11 Cafe Bourbon Street/Columbus
Aug 12 Rickety House/Pittsburgh
Aug 13 DC9/Washington DC
Aug 14 The Cave/Chapel Hill
Aug 15 Nerve Center/Baltimore
Aug 16 Pi Lam/Philadelphia
Aug 22 Death by Audio/Brooklyn

Saturday, July 05, 2008

QUIET VILLAGE - Silent Movie

The duo that comprises Quiet Village are Joel Martin and Matt Edwards, the latter of which is also known in the dance world as Radio Slave. The pair met while attending Sir Dunstan’s College in South East London back in the early 90’s. One night Joel and Matt shared a car, en route to a drum ‘n’ bass club, and got to talking about music–particularly house and disco–and their mutual love of record shopping. A creative bond was formed. Now, nearly fifteen years later, that bond has spawned the ambitious debut LP, Silent Movie.

The name Quiet Village fittingly references Martin Denny’s groundbreaking 1959 exotica album of the same name. Denny’s influence here is magnum, as the duo freely admit that they “make the old sound new”, which is a perfect summation of their style. From the opening strings of “Victoria’s Secret”, a gorgeous aria to the sea, complete with the sound of crashing waves and crying seagulls, things sound familiar. Many of the songs on Silent Movie sound of another time, one where everything is laid-back, slow and easy.

With the exception of “Circus of Horror”, an uptempo psychedelic jam, the disc plays out like the soundtrack to a beachside cocktail party. Not unlike a “chill” DJ compilation, samples are a monumental ingredient to these tracks. Italo disco, contemporary house, and Mediterranean/Belaric Island sounds are interwoven throughout the original compositions, as recognizable hooks saunter in and out at just the right moments. Perhaps the finest example of this interplay is found on “Too High To Move”, an ode to the late 90’s downtempo lounge era, which features a slowed-down sample of Janis Ian’s 1979 hit “Fly to High”.

The second half of the disc descends into total ambience, with “Gold Rush”, a hypnotic interlude, utilizing a psychedelic guitar loop and a hauntingly echoed vocal to transport you to, say, an acid trip in the California desert circa 1968. On tracks “Singing Sand” and “Utopia” you are transported once again, though this time the environment is more like a vacation day spa.

Following largely in the footsteps of The Avalanches’ Since I Left You LP (2000), Quiet Village aren’t exactly doing anything new on Silent Movie, but the production is quite admirable. In fact, you could say this is 2008’s answer to Air’s Moon Safari-the ultimate chill out record, though at times it can border on easy listening elevator music.

-originally published at

Friday, July 04, 2008

OBAMA Or Canada! - Happy Independence Day...

It's taken enormous strength to let go of Hilary, but times are tough and we need Obama to be elected in November! The country seems to be spinning out of control with the oil crisis, the two wars, and a bizarre spike in tornados and floods. Let's pull it together people. Get involved and vote for Obama! Happy 4th!

Hilary Clinton - Concession Speech (Get behind Obama!)

U2 - Where the Streets Have No Name (from Rattle & Hum)

Patti Smith - People Have the Power (live tv)

Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A Changin' (live a long time ago)

Neil Diamond - Coming to America (live a long time ago)

Barack Obama (Presidential Nomination victory speech)

Wednesday, July 02, 2008

AIR FRANCE - No Way Down ep

Everyone's going gaga over Air France, the latest export from the seemingly warm and tropical city of Gothenburg, Sweden. Running along the same path as fellow Swedes The Honeydrips and The Tough Alliance, Air France make contemporary disco pop, ripe with spliced-up samples and lush atmospherics. Check out the track "Collapsing at Your Doorstep"...

Collapsing at Your Doorstep - Air France
A digital download of the No Way Down ep is available for five bucks and some change at Sincerely Yours, a Swedish label you should be keeping an eye on if you like the nostalgic synth-pop sound of the eighties.


photo by Ryan Muir

Vivian Girls have been on heavy rotation on my headphones ever since I caught their show with Love is All last month at Market Hotel. I instantly fell in love with their harmonies when I first heard "Where Do You Run To" and "Tell the World". They have that perfect blend of vintage noise and coy innocence.

The self-titled debut album is currently sold out, but will be reissued this fall. Though, if you use your internet savvy you can probably find it.

Check out this live footage of Vivian Girls at Market Hotel last month...

Vivian Girls - Live at Market Hotel

Tuesday, July 01, 2008

PRIMAL SCREAM - 'Can't Go Back'

As previously reported, Primal Scream are back this summer with their 9th studio album Beautiful Future. The first single is "Can't Go Back" and it has a new video, which features Bobby Gillespie walking down a seemingly endless hotel hallway, as girls are being mysteriously (and creatively) killed one by one. The style is very much a throwback to videos of the early 80's with its intentionally cheap looking set and silly acting from the girls-kinda reminds me of an old Tom Petty or Robert Palmer video. If you give the song a chance, it really kicks in and kind of rocks.

Primal Scream - Can't Go Back (music video)

CSS - 'Rat is Dead (Rage)'

CSS have debuted the first new video from their forthcoming sophomore LP Donkey. "Rat is Dead (Rage)" is a no-nonsense pop song with just enough of a punk/new wave edge to make it stick. The track seems more straightforward and slick than anything the debut album had to offer. It will be interesting to see where the new LP takes the band.

In the video for "Rat...", Lovefoxx showcases her unique presence as she prances around the band in a grainy, revolving single shot. Check it out below.

Donkey is released July 22nd on Sub Pop.

CSS - Rat is Dead (Rage) (music video)