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April 16th, 2013
Youth Lagoon have released a new video to go along with Wondrous Bughouse‘s standout track, “Mute.” The video, directed by Tyler T. Williams (who’s directed Youth Lagoon’s “July” and “Montana”), follows a young boy riding around on his skateboard. But it takes a dark, unexpected turn when he enters the basement of a house and […]
June 25th, 2012
This week on The Wedge we looked back on all the videos we have aired in 2012 and picked the ten best ones. Who did we pick for our number one? Scroll down and find out below. Agree with us? Disagree with us? Did we completely miss something? Tweet us and tell us @MUCHthewedge THE […]
January 19th, 2012
For the week of January 19th, The Wedge featured videos from Austra, Still Corners, A Place To Bury Strangers, Transit, The Big Sleep, Youth Lagoon, Korallreven, Guided By Voices and Trust. AUSTRA SPELLWORK (5:08) DOMINO DIRECTOR: YELENA YEMCHUK (CANCON) STILL CORNERS INTO THE TREES (3:57) SUB POP/OUTSIDE DIRECTOR: OLLIE MURRAY A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS […]
January 1st, 2012
What would a wrap-up of 2011 in lists be without a list showing off the Best New Artists of 2011? I mean, come on! These are the bands that practically came from nowhere and blew us away with their talent! Cults This New York-based band popped up on our radars in 2011 with the release […]
December 13th, 2011
Trevor Powers’ project, Youth Lagoon, made a pretty big wave in music this year after releasing his debut album, The Year of Hibernation. He recently stopped by Sirius XMU, an indie rock satellite radio sation, to perform a short set. Among the songs he played, Powers covered John Denvers’”Goodbye Again.” He stayed true to the […]
October 27th, 2011
According to the director’s Vimeo page, this clip for Youth Lagoon’s “17” is unofficial. But I’m sure in no time Trevor Powers will approve it to represent his song. Kasey Lum’s video shows a young teen boy putting his imagination to work, playing ruler of his own cardboard kingdom.
September 27th, 2011
Today marks a big day for album releases, unless you’ve already illegally downloaded all of them. Nirvana released the Nevermind 20th Anniversary edition, which Pitchfork awarded the rare rating of 10. Chicago rock veterans Wilco released their ninth album, The Whole Love and L.A. girl group Dum Dum Girls dropped their sophomore album, Only In […]
September 21st, 2011
Although no tour dates have been announced yet, Radiohead’s frontman Thom Yorke confirmed that the band will be touring “on and off” in 2012. They made the decision after their set at Glastonbury Music Festival because they “figured out how to play [The King of Limbs] and do it in front of people.” Portishead’s Clive […]
September 20th, 2011
For “5 After 5″ we bring you the five best tracks released into the world today via the World Wide Web. Click on ‘em and enjoy! Zooey Deschanel “New Girl theme song” Butterclock feat. oOoOO “Hustling” (Rick Ross Cover) Youth Lagoon “Bobby” Throwing Up “Mother Knows Best” Wild Beasts “Thankless Thing”
July 7th, 2011
The Olivia Tremor Control to embark on their first proper tour in over a decade… Cold Cave give away free mixtape of “songs for the summer indoors against the exhaustion of traffic outside”… The highly coveted lo-fi crooner Youth Lagoon has signed with Fat Possum to release his debut album… The Black Keys say new […]