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Regina, "Unessa"

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Cinematic clip for lush indie pop track

Regina is an endearing trio from Finland with a knack for crafting exuberant pop that takes us back to simpler days. In the suitably cinematic video for "Unessa" (Finnish for "asleep"), the band spend a lazy grey afternoon in the outdoors, having a picnic, eating wildberries, tossing rocks, and generally looking cute. It's a nice simple clip for a a catchy, guitar-driven tune, which you can......read more

Kathryn Calder "Slip Away"

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Absurdly adorable video for solo effort from New Pornographer.

With the help of director Dean Tzenos, Canadian indie rocker (and sometime member of the New Pornographers) Kathryn Calder put together a crazy cute video for "Slip Away," the lead single off her first album Are You My Mother? Puppet bunny protagonists share the stage with cardboard butterflies and toy spaceships. So that's cool. Check it out....read more

Christmas Morning Kit by New York Mouth

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This collection of artisanal treats from NYC will make for a perfect Christmas morn $50.00

New York Mouth, online purveyors of artisanal "indie" food from the five boroughs, has assembled what may be the perfect kit for Christmas morning. For parents, there is Bloody Mary Mix from McClure's. Just add some pickled okra (included) and a few fingers of vodka and feel the holiday stress fade away. For the kids, there is delicious Nunu's hot chocolate and a cheery Brooklyn Hard......read more

Kings of Convenience, "Me in You"

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Take a sunrise flight over Bergen, Norway

Bergen seems like a fascinating place. The picturesque little city on Norway's west coast was an infamous epicentre of the country's black metal scene, which in its 90s heyday stole headlines for spawning a string of church burnings — not to mention a murder or two. At the opposite end of the spectrum stand Kings of Convenience, the whispery Bergen folk-pop duo who sound like Simon and......read more

Brooklyn Informed: Rockaway Taco

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Rockaway Taco anchors a growing green community at the end of the A train.

In the summer, surfers and sun-seekers descend on Rockaway, Queens to enjoy the best waves and beaches NYC has to offer. Opened two years ago, Rockaway Taco gives New Yorkers another reason to ride the A train to the end of the line. In this episode of BK Informed, we talk sustainability with Andrew Field, who explains Rockaway's Beach 96 movement — the name given to the growing green......read more

Radiant Drawings of Riverbeds by Ester Roi

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SoCal artist creates stunning hand-drawn renderings of water gliding over stones

The overhead sight of water flowing over rocks is a lovely visual treat, here made even more beautiful by SoCal artist Ester Roi. Working in and around her studio in San Juan Capistrano, Roi studies the way water interacts with natural elements like rocks and flowers to produce abstracted representations of the rippling, flowing effect. To do so, she uses pencils, crayons, and oil pastels on......read more

The Drums "Magic Mountain" Video

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Sunny indie pop duo shows off darker side

"Magic Mountain," the first new song by The Drums in three years, displays a more in-your-face sound than fans may have come to expect from the indie pop duo. The new video for the track, directed by the band themselves, is equally offbeat. Shot by Gorjan Lauseger, the black-and-white video finds the pair deep in the wilderness, with Drums' frontman Jonny Pierce donning armour and wielding a Game......read more

Wild Beasts "Mecca" Video

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Indie poppers float through psychedelic world in latest video

Wild Beasts are good at music videos. You might recall their Talking Heads-inspired clip for "A Simple Beautiful Truth" we posted earlier this year, now the UK band is back with another good one, this time for the third single off of Present Tense, their fourth full-length released in February on Domino. The visuals feature the English group in a gooey, kaleoidoscopic landscape, in a neon-colored......read more

Wild Beasts "A Simple Beautiful Truth"

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UK indie-poppers find inspiration in the Talking Heads for absurdist video

Wild Beasts have unveiled the video for “A Simple Beautiful Truth”, the latest single off their album Present Tense, released in February. Directed by Klaus Thymann, the clip features members of the UK indie pop outfit dressed shiny jumpsuits and getting down in the Brecon Beacons mountain range of Wales. The concept was inspired by the king of pop absurdity, David......read more

Concorde, "Summer House"

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Director Maxime Bruneel creates arty, collage-based visuals for French indie pop outfit

Here's a wonderfully-crafted new music video for Paris-based indie pop act, Concorde. Directed by fellow Parisienne Maxime Bruneel, the clip combines animated overlays of alpine landscapes and starry skies with images of a flirtatious Concorde singer/guitarist Clement Froissart and a pretty blonde girl. All in all, it's a fun and playful video for a similarly upbeat track. "Summer......read more

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