Tag: Sean Lennon

Vision: Black Lips, Can’t Hold On

Atlanta flower punk pioneers Black Lips have announced that their first album in three years, Satan’s graffiti or God’s art?, is set for release May 5th in the UK through Vice Records. Produced by Sean Lennon at his studio compound in upstate New York throughout 2016, the album is the group’s most musically evolved to date, while still staying true to their original blistering take on fuzzy, dirty rock n’ roll. The video of Can’t Hold On is directed and produced Ian Cone the director of photography is John Manfredi. During the recording the band isolated themselves from the outside...

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Live Review: The Ghost Of A Saber Tooth Tiger @ Dingwalls

The Ghost of A Saber Tooth Tiger is waiting to hit the stage, as the appointed showtime of 9pm begins to slip by. Someone, somewhere, is struggling to set up the projected graphics that will swirl behind the band throughout the night. Whilst a technician begins to sweat, GOASTT use the shadows they are accidentally throwing onto the troublesome screen, (from backstage) to dance for and tease the waiting crowd. There’s something in the playfulness of this informal introduction between band and audience that sets up the atmosphere for the evening and runs throughout the night. When they finally...

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Video: The GOASTT. Animals

The GOASTT – fronted by Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl. Taken from their 28th April released album, Midnight Sun (via Chimera Music), director Rich Ragsdale puts it best when he says “We have all the elements a good video should have – nudity, llamas and UFOs.” The GOASTT – “Animals” Video from stereogum on Vimeo. “It’s a loving spoof of The Source Family, an infamous 60’s cult of polygamous vegetarian hippies.” says Muhl. “We shot “Animals” on 35mm and were inspired by the surrealist aesthetics of Jowdorowsky and Kenneth Anger.” The Hollywood hills hippie commune was immortalized by...

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