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November 16th, 2012
Zola Jesus has decided to remix her own version of Rihanna’s “Diamonds”. This version is skewed towards the darker side of the song. Her version is more melodic and features echoing effect that is haunting. To Rihanna’s credit, you know your doing something right when people want to remix the h*ll out of your song. […]
July 31st, 2012
Last night on Teen Wolf, we saw Allison’s character get developed a little further. Mrs. Argent’s suicide had spun Allison’s world upside down and the lines have been drawn deeper between her and her boyfriend’s furry alter ego and the pack. While Allison contemplates her next move, she decides to grow up, smashing her room […]
July 9th, 2012
I think it’s pretty safe to say that a music video featuring blinding white light, animated choreography and a tight dance crew was something few expected from Zola Jesus any time soon. But the gothy songstress has bucked expectations and done just that with her new video for “Seekir.” Looks good on her too.
March 16th, 2012
Orbital were one of the most influential electronic acts of the 1990s, helping pave the way for the electronica explosion of 1997. After hanging up their headlights in 2004, Paul and Phil Hartnoll have returned with a brand new album set for release next month titled Wonky. Zola Jesus guests on the first single, “New […]
December 15th, 2011
For the week of December 15, The Wedge featured videos from Foster the People, Avicii, Tenacious D, Zola Jesus, Fucked Up, Rich Aucoin, Urge Overkill, Imaginary Cities, Tennis, and Islands. Foster the People Don’t Stop Columbia/Sony Directors: Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert Avicii Le7els Universal Director: Petro Tenacious D Tribute Epic/Sony Director: Liam Lynch Zola […]
November 17th, 2011
For the week of November 17, The Wedge featured videos from Band of Skulls, Gauntlet Hair, Pterodactyl, Lana Del Rey, Okkervil River, Glass Candy, Zola Jesus, Socalled, Ohbijou, and New Order. Band of Skulls The Devil Takes Care of His Own Electric Blues Gauntlet Hair Keep Time Dead Oceans Directors: Bernardo Pantoja & Skyler Stevenson […]
November 10th, 2011
As M83 journeys into Canada on their North American tour, there’s little chance they’ll be performing the song “Intro” with Zola Jesus as a guest vocalist, as heard on their new album, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming. But the lucky folks in Los Angeles, where Zola Jesus lives, were able to experience this last night when […]
October 4th, 2011
Tuesday is generally the day new albums are released here in North America. And despite what the media says, people still do leave their homes to cross town and visit their favourite record shops to physically exchange money for a tangible product, be it CD, vinyl or even cassette. Of course, there is also iTunes, […]
October 3rd, 2011
Tomorrow Madison, WI’s Niki Roza Danilova releases her third full-length, Conatus, under the name Zola Jesus. It’s perfect timing then to drop a video for its first single, “Vessel,” a slow-burning orgy of clattering IDM and droning, operatic vocals. The clip definitely lives up to her haunting music, with a setting that falls somewhere in […]
September 26th, 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! Games “No Disguise” Tim Hecker “Sketch 5″ Zola Jesus “Days Grow Older” Yuck “Soothe Me” Mark Sultan “Song in Grey”