Mice Parade - This River Has A Tide

Frontman Adam Pierce says it’s about “the Hudson River and a breakup”.

The setting for the video is Los Angeles, which posed somewhat of a problem for Paul Yates (director) since, other than its ocean border, it’s largely waterless. To achieve the clip’s “liquid feel,” he had to shoot by the Los Angeles River, “which is really beautiful,” he says, “but full of dead animals, needles, and a small homeless population that one tries not to disturb.” And while that may sound difficult to maneuver, it wasn’t the hardest aspect of making the video; that honor goes to the long-exposure night and daytime shots. “Each frame of that work took about 30 seconds to shoot, so for approximately one second of footage it would take about 12 minutes,” explains. “The actress was able to move very little the whole night … She was freezing!”

SPOTLIGHT

The Twilight Sad - Last January

Directed by Nicola Collins

PODCAST

The latest FatCat Podcast comes from Polar Kid and Stanky, a collaborative project between electronic music producers Luke Miles and Nicky Elson. Releasing there music on Jitter Jazz Records, the duo are known to have an explorative approach towards sound recording and audio manipulation, which can certainly be heard within this podcast.

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Demos

New Featured Artist on Demo Website

Dream Cult are this week's new addition to our demo player! 

Check out their track "Surface" on our player below or alternatively go to the Demo Site where you can find out more about Dream Cult as well as our latest favourite demos and extensive archive.

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