HAPPY NEW YEAR
...and thank you for the christmas card..."
Just a simple lyric video for a beautiful song at a suitable time of the year.
"In The Future" is a song from the album Don't Believe the Hyperreal by Ariel Sharratt & Mathias Kom.
BB*ISLAND - some tracks
"Fuck The Government, I Love You" - Sing it loud, or pin it up your sleeve
From The Burning Hell: This 1" enamel pin features the chorus line of their song "Fuck the Government, I Love You" from the albums Public Library, and Don't Believe the Hyperreal. Buy the pin at The Burning Hell's band camp. Download of the song included with purchase. (buy link)
A portion of proceeds from online sales will go to Canadian charitable organizations working with refugees.
"Our Bodies" - wear it proud
From She Keeps Bees: This T-Shirt features the cover of Our Bodies 7" vinyl single, a charity release for Planned Parenthood and Earth Justice. Printed on 100% cotton Next Level shirts, also available on black shirt. Design by Alexa Guariglia. Buy the T-Shirt at She Keeps Bees's band camp. (buy link)
New and old at the same time. Lord Youth releasing new video and full length album Gray Gardens. Just an illusion.
First song of the forthcoming album "Revival Beach" by the Canadian band - a twisted army recruiting jingle. Album on pre-sale now.
Canadian performance artist Mallory Amirault directed a minimalistic video for She Keeps Bees taking on our/western relation to oil, water, indigenous resistance and the power of youth
"...we will not be silenced" says Jessica Larrabee in her statement. In "Our Bodies" the new song Larrabee directly addresses what she perceives as pernicious, immediate threats to health care.
"Rave On Meaty Orchids (New)" new song in anagrammatic remembrance of Laura Nyro's debut (1967) new video by The Sound Of Money
Today June 2nd, She Keeps Bees dropped a new track "Head Of Steak" which takes on Trump's self-interest and climate change denial.
One Month and a day too late. Lord Youth releases two new songs as digital single. The accompanying videos feature Andy Warhol party scenes from the late 60s, and a haunting Yugoslavian short movie from the late 70s.