Quick Hits: Living Sisters, The Concretes, The Megaphonic Thrift, Parasytic, No Strings Left

posted March 8, 2011

  • In the new Living Sisters' video pioneering director Michel Gondry creates a hilarious series of epic disasters as the soundtrack to the sweet and dulcet tune "How Are You Doing?" from the Living Sisters' debut release, "Love To Live."
  • Sweden's preeminent dreamy indie-pop ensemble The Concretes is currently in the midst of the West Coast leg of their first US tour in four years, and now they'd like to share a new music video for WYWH's "Crack In The Paint." The band is on the road with MillionYoung, which still has them passing through Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Diego and more.
  • Bergen, Norway-based four-piece The Megaphonic Thrift (members of Casiokids, The Low Frequency In Stereo and Stereo 21) have released a brand new video for their song "Talks Like a Weed King" in anticipation of their upcoming US tour to SXSW 2011.
  • Richmond, VA's Parasytic are currently streaming their new album "Poison Minds." "Poision Minds" was recorded by Garrett Morris at Darkroom Studios and was mastered by Jack Control of Enormous Door Mastering (World Burns To Death, Poison Idea, SSR, Government Warning). The album was previously available as a vinyl only release through Vex Records. "Poison Minds" saw its international release date on March 1st.
  • Check out the first official video for "Get Me Out" from punk-garage-indie rockers No Strings Left from Naples, Italy.

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