Video : Hannah Cohen : “Fake It”

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Beautiful singer Hannah Cohen has her new album, Pleasure Boy, out now via Bella Union. Today, she has shared the video for what was the lead single from it “Fake It”. It was shot over three days in the Dominican Republic directed by Oscar Boyson who used “a 40s/50s hollywood approach to style and wardrobe.” Watch below.

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Song : Stealing Sheep : “Pas Réel” (“Not Real” French Version)

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Liverpool trio Stealing Sheep have shared a French alternative version to the title track of their fantastic new LP, Not Real, released earlier this week. It will be a part of a split 7″ with band La Femme available at the Disquaire Day Village in the French capital. Find the stream along with the video for the original version below.

Song : The Mary Onettes : “Ruins” (ft. Maria Usbeck of Selebrities)

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The first time we heard “Ruins”, the new song from Sweden’s The Mary Onettes, we felt it had a cinematic flair about it made for a movie such as Lost in Translation. So it was interesting to find out it was originally recorded as an instrumental track for a Swedish film director’s use that grew into something more. The story goes, after further evaluation, lead singer Philip Ekström sought to add female vocals with Cascine suggesting Maria Usbeck of Selebrities. The result is dramatic and astral pop-noir composition. Listen below.

Video : Caribou : “Can’t Do Without You”

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Caribou’s album from last year, Our Love, is still a favorite of our with it probably getting just as much, if not more, spins on the turntable. Today, he has unveiled the Lorenzo Fonda-directed visual for one of the standouts “Can’t Do Without You”. In it, you see a young boy playing around with a flying fish only to see it float away at the end. Watch below.

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Today’s MOKB on SIRIUS XMU Blog Radio Playlist : 4/14/15

Here’s the playlist from today’s My Old Kentucky Blog Radio on SIRIUS XMU, Channel 35! Also, available via On Demand.

Dum Dum Girls – Coming Down
White Reaper – Make Me Wanna Die
Hinds – Davey Crockett (Thee Headcoats cover)
Bully – Trying
Ratatat – Cream On Chrome
Chromatics – In Films
Alpine – Foolish
Run The Jewels – Blockbuster Night, Pt. 1
A$AP Rocky – M’s
Freddie Gibbs & Kaytranada – My Dope House
Panda Bear – Tropic Of Cancer
Georgia – Move Systems
Jamie xx – Loud Places (ft. Romy Madley Croft)
Anna B Savage – II
Mura Masa – Lovesick Fuck
Samantha Urbani – 1 2 3 4
TOPS – Circle The Dark
Stealing Sheep – Sequence
Vic Mensa – U Mad (ft. Kanye West)
Jax Jones – Yeah Yeah Yeah
Dralms – Pillars and Pyre
The Parrots – All My Loving (The Almighty Defenders cover)
Toro Y Moi – Lilly
Abelard – Dance In Space
Day Wave – Drag
Sufjan Stevens – John My Beloved
Wildhoney – Seventeen
Hannah Cohen – Baby

Photo Recap: Pit Stop Music Festival

Festival season is upon us. People will inevitably trek across the country to see the largest and most well-known festivals like Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Bonnaroo in order to have the typical festival experience: seeing most of the bands you want to see from a few hundred yards away, overpaying for beer, and getting a painful tank burn before falling back into your friend’s car for the seven hour drive back home. It’s a long, messy, unpredictable but memorable weekend that’s become quintessential to what summer is all about.

The Pit Stop Festival in Bloomington back in March, however, brought a little intimacy back to that festival feeling. Held over three nights at a handful of local venues, Pit Stop’s goal was simple: “Bloomington isn’t flyover country; it’s where great independent music puts wheels on the ground. Pit Stop is a three-night sprint of live music featuring national, regional & local acts. Like SXSW for the Upland South, catch the best of indie rock, Americana, hip-hop and more as they roll through our town.” It brought a few of the same pitfalls as its larger festival brethren (due to show times I couldn’t see everyone I wanted to see), but it also found a few of the same unmissable draws in its list of headliners and local talent. Even though I was left with the same sense of exhaustion and slight dehydration at the end of Pit Stop that I’ve found myself in at previous festivals, I still had the same thought as I packed up my camera a remembered where I parked: I can’t wait to do this again next year.

Hiss Golden Messenger

William Tyler

Mike Adams At His Honest Weight




Strong Roots

DJ Spikes

Maps & Atlases

The Alamo Freeze

Words and Photos by Doug Fellegy (via Flickr)

Video : U.S. Girls : “Damn That Valley”

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Meg Remy, who records under the moniker U.S. Girls, has returned with her first music under new label 4AD. According to the press release, “Damn That Valley” revolves around the “inner monologue of a war widow who can find no justification for her husband’s death” and was produced with frequent collaborator Onakabazien. The track maintains Remy’s avant-garde pop construction with this one having sort of a acid-laced reggae feel to it. You can listen to the track via the video for it below shot in Washington, D.C.

Premiere : Warm Soda : “Cryin For A Love”

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Symbolic Dream, the forthcoming third album from Austin, TX’s Warm Soda is out on May 4th via Castle Face Records. It is full of throwback power-pop guitar riffs and teenage angst-ridden lyrical content made for summer nights cruising in your 1980’s Trans Am while wearing a distressed jean jacket and smoking a cigarette. Following the first single “I Wanna Go Fast”, we have the second reveal from it “Cryin For A Love” clocking in just over 2-minutes. Listen below.

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