*Puscifer have released a video for "Telling Ghosts," the third single off last year's exceptional Conditions of my Parole. Check the video out below and catch the band on tour this Spring. Dates can be found HERE.
*[SPIN.com] In a nicely timed tribute, the new video from New York City pop-rockers Guards plays like a hipster version of Soul Train, whose creator, Don Cornelius, passed away on February 1.
In the Kaylie Schiff-directed clip, a succession of stylishly dressed duos boogie down a runway, Soul Train-style, at the Echo Club in Los Angeles while Guards' "Do It Again" soundtracks the proceedings. The song itself is an anthemic, peppy rocker with a vaguely '60s vibe. Indeed, it's not a world away from the sound of Cults, which makes sense given that Guards' Richie Follin and that band's Madeline Follin are brother and sister.
*A message from Big Scary Monsters Records... "We've recently uncovered a few forgotten gems whilst moving offices and so, along with some lovely discounts on a handful of other releases, are running a bit of a sale.
It began at 12pm on Wednesday and will run for one week only. We have less than three copies each of many of the items (such as the debut EPs from Secondsmile and Blakfish, as well as the square-shaped Andrew WK 7" and a promo copy of the Talons/And So I Watch You From Afar split single), just a few more of others (including Tall Ships recent 7" single, Hit The Floor) and pounds knocked off amazing albums from the likes of Shoes And Socks Off, Shapes, Algernon Cadwallader, Walter Schreifels and Mimas.
Get over to the sale page and start shopping before it's too late. Many items won't be around for long at all."