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Wavves- King of the Beach

UHH… SCUUZ ME?? Think I’m in love with Nathan Williams. If you haven’t heard “Cool Jumper” or “Mickey Mouse” yet, get on it! Mark your iCal for 8/3/10.

– Ali Maladi



Tobacco: “Fresh Hex” (Feat. Beck)
April 16, 2010, 9:22 pm
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A new single off the upcoming Meat Maniac for yas with some Fec and Beck! Lervin’ it. Stream it here.

– Ali Maladi



Javelin: Soda Popinski
April 12, 2010, 7:58 pm
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I recently saw Javelin open for Yeasayer here in Asheville. Instant fan! Instant dancing fun! Hopefully we’ll see some videos poppin’ from <em>No Mas</em>.
-Ali Maladi


Gorillaz: Stylo
March 2, 2010, 5:07 pm
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Plastic Beach is finally here!!! I’m really liking the 3d CGI look. And Bruce Willis (wha?!). Let’s just hope Noodle comes back to life and defeats the Bobby Womack cloud. Check out the other teasersĀ here.

-Ali Maladi



Eleven &the Falcons: The Belles of London

Sophomore music video for the Falcons from Psychic Toothpaste/Ocean Ghost 7″. Filmed in Prospect Park and Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn.

– Ali Maladi



Viernes: Liquid Tunnel

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Back in 2007, I had the privilege and pleasure of interviewing Orlando’s Sean Moore for one of my first articles on KillerPOP. Since our chat about the release of his first solo album, Sean has continued on many more sonic adventures. His collaboration with Alberto Hernandez in Viernes has definitely stirred up some hype from their split with Blind Man’s Colour. Check out “Swimmer’s Ear” for a smidgen of Viernes’s upcoming release of Sinister Devices later this year/early next year. Oh, and because I enjoy octopi (octopuses?) also, I give you their video for “Liquid Tunnel” directed by Charles Bergquist .

– Ali Maladi



Shopping Cart: NIKEiD
October 16, 2009, 1:26 pm
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NIKE’s released this new iPhone app earlier this month. You can actually extract color combinations from any photo and place them on a design of your choice! I’m guessing it’s expensive, but can you really put a price on a pair of rainbow shoes?? Worth it.

– Ali Maladi