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WATCH // Small Black Shares “Real People” Video Directed By Nick Bentgen, Stream ‘Real People’ EP via SPIN

Small Black premiered the video for “Real People”, the title track off of their new Real People EP. Directed by Nick Bentgen, who previously directed Small Black‘s “Breathless” video, continues his unique cinematic style with beautiful portraits of people exposed to some strange situations. Watch the video for “Real People” above or on YouTube.

You can stream the band’s new EP via SPIN right here.

Real People will be available on vinyl and digital formats on April 1st (March 31st in Europe). You can pre-order the new album from SC Distribution and iTunes.

The band is on tour right now stopping in San Francisco tonight at Rickshaw Stop and you can see all the tour dates by clicking read more. Copies of the new EP on vinyl 12″ will be available at all of the band’s upcoming tour dates with and Snowmine.
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WATCH // Foxygen’s “San Francisco” Official Music Video

Here it is! A brand new Foxygen video for the song “San Francisco.” Directed by Cameron Dutra, the video follows Sam France as he leaves his love and tells us all about it from a kitschy hotel bed. It’s the sweetest video we’ve ever seen. Watch above.

“I left my love in San Francisco (That’s okay, I was bored anyway).”

Foxygen’s We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors of Peace & Magic is out on January 22! Pre-order the album at SC Distribution now and you can download the entire album immediately. Oh and don’t forget to see Foxygen live on tour with Unknown Mortal Orchestra. Here are the dates.

La Blogotheque capture BON IVER in San Francisco

Nate Chan from Take Away Shows caught up with BON IVER at The Independent in San Francisco and filmed the show for a new segment entitled “Back On Stages.”

You can see the footage here

“The Wolves (Act I & II)” has become a calling card of the BON IVER live show, with audiences across the States joining in for the finale, singing “what might have been lost” while Justin echoes back. This is particularly goose bump inducing footage.

Forever Dilating Eye by Sinoia Caves
Thousand Eyes by Lia Ices
Taking Chances by Sharon Van Etten
Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten
Lines of Latitude by Small Black
North Hollywood Microwaves by Pink Mountaintops
Fire-scene by S. Carey
Crown the Pines by S. Carey
Forgiven/Forgotten by Angel Olsen

Our Love by Sharon Van Etten

Every Time the Sun Comes Up by Sharon Van Etten

Ambulance City by Pink Mountaintops

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