Immaterial Possession has just released a new single for “Midnight Wander,” a surreal black-and-white music video shot on Super 8 film. The video beautifully showcases the artistic talent and performative nature of members Cooper Holmes, Madeline Polites and Kiran Fernandes, who outside of Immaterial Possession, perform together in the abstract theater troupe Peepa Show. Joined by drummer John Spiegel, the band creates a psychedelic world full of optical illusions, mystical characters and hand-painted sets.
The mysterious, entrancing song will appear on Immaterial Possession’s debut album, which is on track for a digital release through Cloud Recordings on July 24 and a physical release later on.
Below, watch the new video for “Midnight Wander.”
Originally from outside Philadelphia, where he went to school for music engineering and later fine arts, Matthew Hoban relocated to Athens this past August to pursue a MFA at UGA’s Lamar Dodd School of Art. Inspired by the lineage of lo-fi rock, including Elephant 6 bands, he’s been songwriting for over a decade and home recording for nearly as long. His project Torchiana—which borrows his mother’s maiden name and his own middle name—takes a hallucinatory psych folk singer-songwriter approach.
Below, check out a new video for “Tilt,” a single off of his upcoming album.
Responding to the COVID-19 crisis, local musician Joe Wiley has collaborated with a handful of notable names to create a music video that follows the suggested guidelines of sheltering in place.
Released on 420, Dope KNife’s new EP, Breakbeats n’ Vandalism, is a collection of seven boom bap tracks that show off the rapper and producer’s versatile songwriting ability. Not to be mistaken for throwaways, these recordings represent sonic or narrative ideas that stand independently from his previous albums, which have carried cohesive, intentional moods and themes.
Below, watch a new video for “Life in Bottles.”
Photo Credit: Sara-Anne Waggoner
It’s undetermined when or how Baby Tony and The Teenies new album, Baby’s Got It, will be released, but bandmates Eli Saragoussi and Max Boyd have decided to go ahead and put a nice little teaser out into the universe.
Though we won’t have Nicholas Mallis & The Borealis’ in-person album release party—originally slated for Sunday, Apr. 26 at Buvez—to look forward to this week, we can take a look back to the glam pop band’s set at The Pity Party from a few months ago. “Habitable World” is a spacey dance track and a much-needed mental escape.
It’s time for another blast from the past at the Pity Party! Lean back and vibe along to local hip-hop artist WesdaRuler as he’s joined by Louie Larceny during his November set at the beloved house venue.
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