Get Back on the Dead Horses with “Ain’t Got Time”

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Dead Horses, the Appleton/Milwaukee (oh let’s just say Wisconsin) folk-scene mainstays dazzle again with their new song and accompanying video, “Ain’t Got Time.” One of the first recordings to feature the new three-member configuration, the video features pensive stares and glares in a dusty attic, and a good dose of fire and smoke. After some southern-swing inspired verses paired with worn and dirtied imagery, a river of flames dances during the blistering guitar-driven bridge as the song steamrolls to the end.


Frantically Falling Upside Down


West coast based 1955 brings us a great video for the lead single, “Upside Down”, from their forthcoming The French Had A Name For It.  The video features a frantic race to a dreary poolside party attended only by a few whiskey-drinking, business-casual men which reflects the songs frantic but polished aesthetic. The climax features an underwater shot of a jump into the pool – a really clever literal translation of the song’s title.


The Bandicoots – Just After Dark

Another Friday, another fun video. This one revolves around shadows, using a set that was created from cardboard, lamps and a bed-sheet, with the band only making an appearance in the last act. The song is “Just After Dark”, the catchy lead single off of The Bandicoots upcoming EP, produced by The Black Keys’ producer, Brian Lucey.

Rossonian at the Jazz Estate

Denver, Colorado’s smooth rock & roll quartet, Rossonian, rolls into Milwaukee today. For a preview of the band, check out their video for “Garuda”, showcasing the dapper-clad band in contrast to a main actress trying on at least a hundred outfits with varying success. The jazzy electro-sensual group is playing Milwaukee’s intimate Jazz Estate tonight!

Yours to Shake

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Today’s cool video is brought to you by Portland’s folk/indy rockers, Greylag. The “Yours to Shake” video features a dilapidated Victorian living room, slow-motion flames, haunting figures and a hanging, all in a gorgeous mountain sunset. It’s neat and you all should watch neat things.


Soul Low – Kind Spirit | Sofar Milwaukee


When we started producing Dig Sessions almost a year ago all we knew was that we wanted to help get music out into the world. Lucky for us it grew and ended up leading to the opportunity to film and produce 6 videos for Sofar Sounds. We are honored to be asked by Sofar to premiere this video for The Milwaukee band Soul Low. We had a blast producing this video and hope you enjoy it. It will be officially released tomorrow, so enjoy your sneak peek.


T-Pain, Tiny Desk, Happy Haloween


This Halloween T-Pain has removed his (autotune) mask. Last night I was clicking around  the interwebs and stumbled across a new Tiny Desk concert featuring the one and only T-Pain. I’m not entirely sure that I had ever heard his non-vocoded voice. The result is beautiful. He is accompanied by Toro, who takes the minimalist approach to backing keyboard. If I had one word to describe the usually swagger filled T-Pain, it would be vulnerable.