The Outfit, TX, “Burning Trees” (a short film)
An austere emancipation through the lens of the South.
Ending a nine year drought of Fog records.
Tim Woulfe, “Riptide”
Neither asleep nor awake.
Prince Harvey, “The New Black”
A nightlife lookbook hijacking marketing language to promote an intangible.
Free Time, “Who Owns the Moon?”
The video for a song based on a film that wasn’t intended to be made.
The life of a housewife through the lens a single-shot video.
Free Cake For Every Creature, “For You”
As simply satisfying as a glazed donut.
Jeb Loy Nichols, “Long Time Traveller”
The country dub cowboy king talks diasporic folkways.
Ghastly City Sleep, “Differences in Electricities”
The underside of the everyday.
Bill Baird Presents: The Magnetetractys
The experimental pop songwriter shows off his new creation.
The Cradle, “Overnight Bus Ride”
A wanderer’s quietly ruminative perspective.
Jessy Lanza, “It Means I Love You”
A single indebted to collaborations with Caribou and DJ Spinn.
Al Rogers Jr, “waitin” (alldamnday)
Waking up with three dollars on the day of his album release.
The Classical, “My Affection”
“It’s the difference between the radiant inner life and the outer, armed-to-the-teeth one.”
The San Francisco trio revisits the spirit of the meat-locker.