New Video Roundup: The Dodos, Part Time, KIT, Speculator, Lumerians

A ton of new music videos have dropped recently. Here are five new ones from Bay Area artists that are definitely worth checking out. The Dodos' latest video from No Color arrived just before the band plays at the Henry Miller Library tonight. "19" comes from Part Time's excellent synth-pop album What Would You Say?. Part Time performs with Pamela, Surf Club, and Permanent Collection at Thee Parkside on September 15th. KIT's instrument-smashing 16mm clip for "Out of Ruins" was directed by Steven Andrew Garcia. The song is off the band's latest album, Invocation. Earlier this week, we wrote about [...]

KIT offers free remix album featuring remixes by Xiu Xiu, Stereo Total, and more In anticipation of KIT's current European tour, the band invited a number of musicians to remix their song "Rain," from last year's album, Invocation. Names as diverse as Xiu Xiu, White Rainbow, Nero's Day At Disneyland, and Stereo Total offered reinterpretations of the song. The remixes have been collected, along with some additional alternate mixes and outtakes, on a new album that the band is currently giving away. KIT - "Rain (Xiu Xiu remix)" Download the remix mixtape now. The link to the tape expires on March 24th, so be sure to act quickly.

By |March 21, 2011|Tags: |

Recommended, 11/15-21: Eux Autres, Clinic, KIT and the SFX Festival

Every Monday, we'll be offering you early picks for some of the week's best concerts. Do you think we omitted something worthwhile? Let us know in the comments! Also, we've launched a new Local Concert Calendar, which you should be sure to check out for an expanded set of daily listings. Bands/promoters/managers, feel free to submit your own shows to the Calendar too. Eux Autres celebrate the release of Broken Bow Outrageously catchy, slightly raw, Broken Bow is the third album from SF's Eux Autres, and it's one that fans of indie pop shouldn't miss. The album comes out next [...]

KIT’s new video is crazy fun; new Phil Elverum-produced album is available now LA/Oakland experimental pop band KIT recently premiered a Vice Cooler-directed video on The Fader that channels the giddy rush of "Rain" into a scene of a bunch of friends having fun rocking out. The song's off Invocation, the band's second full length album, which was produced by Microphones/Mt. Eerie leader Phil Elverum. It's a pairing I wouldn't have expected, but it sounds like it really worked. Here are two more nervy/catchy songs from Invocation: KIT - "Merticane" KIT - "Cure Light Wounds" KIT are at Artists' Television Access on November 20th (3pm, $6). Invocation is available now.

By |November 4, 2010|Tags: |

Zum 12 Year Anniversary Show at 21 Grand this Saturday, 8/7/10

Mincemeat Or Tenspeed - "Infinite Girlfriend" Congrats to George Chen, whose Zum celebrates a dozen years of record labeldom this Saturday night at 21 Grand (7pm, $10, All Ages) with a concert showcasing the label's diverse offerings. On the new releases front, Core of the Coalman is using the shows to celebrate ex-Oaklander Jorge Boehringer's new Zum CD, Box of the Last Help, while KIT, of which Chen's a member, have a new album called Invocation out on Upset The Rhythm later this year. Also performing on Saturday is Philadelphia's Mincemeat Or Tenspeed, who has received strong reviews for the [...]

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