PREMIER: Dukes of Chutney “Jan’s Bellski” Video

Posted November 6th by in Music

Dukes of Chutney is John Paul Jones and Dustin Lynn, California born brothers from other cosmic mothers who met surfing over a decade ago. Dukes of Chutney’s Domino was released yesterday and today they release their music video for the track Jan’s Bellski using some incredible footage from Fellini’s 1972 film Roma. You can purchase the album here


Ode To Street Hassle

Posted October 31st by in Music


Lou Reed by Mick Rock


[MUSIC VIDEO] Ducky – Air

Posted July 1st by in Music

Rylee Jean Ebsen directs this music video for New York based Ducky’s new track Air.


Genesis P’Orridge and Devendra Banhart

Posted March 30th by in Music


Genesis P’Orridge and Devendra Banhart in London.


[MUSIC VIDEO] Reptile Youth “It’s Easy To Lose Yourself”

Posted February 26th by in Music

Recently banned from youtube, music video for Reptile Youth’s track It’s Easy To Lose Yourself off their current self titled album directed by Peter Kaaden. “The video is the song. The song is the video. It’s not a complicated way around, it’s not the opposite and not an arty interpretation. You get what the song is about. Uncensored, honest & real. Everything is minimized to the necessaries in the song and in the video” Peter Kaaden.


[Music Video] Diiv ‘Wait’ Directed by Sandy Kim

Posted February 21st by in Film, Music


Ashley Smith, Karley Sciortino, Sky Ferreira, Georgia Ford, Petra Collins, Marcel Castenmiller, Matthew Hitt, and Alice Lancaster star in Sandy Kim’s music video, shot on 8MM, for the band Diiv’s track Wait off the album Oshin, now on Captured Tracks. See music video after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]


Southern Gothic: An Interview With Bradley Bailey

Posted February 20th by in Music


Visit artist and musician Bradley Bailey’s bandcamp page for his one-man band, oxymoronically called Platonic Sex, and you’ll find a single song tiled Sweet Nothing available for download for $1000. Watch a youtube video made last summer in Brooklyn and you’ll find Bailey playing a fifiteen minute long, psychedelic and cacophonous set with a human femur. The Atlanta, Georgia based musician doesn’t have much of an online presence, but what he does have so far is a curious teaser for what might be to come, or not to come. Bailey seems content just figuring out who he is an artist and making music. Pas Un Autre contributor Abbey Meaker got a chance to catch up with Bailey where he in currently in Atlanta thinking things over. Read interview and see more pictures after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]


[EDITORIAL] The Garden at Home by Hedi Slimane

Posted February 19th by in Music


The Garden are a relatively obscure band based in Southern California who follow in that same tradition of soundtrack to the laid back skater punk lifestyle of oli flippin’ and cigarette smokin’ in mama’s basement. Here they are, photographed in their home by photographer and YSL creative director Hedi Slimane. Back in January 2013, The Garden, consisting of twins Wyatt & Fletcher Shears, were invited to walk the runway of the YSL’s menswear debut at the Grand Palais. You can pick up The Garden’s impressive latest album Everything Is Perfect on their bandcamp page. See more photographs after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]


A Valentine’s Day Treat From Selebrities

Posted February 13th by in Music


Joined by their friends Erika Spring and Lissy Trullie on guest vocals Selebrities cover Fleetwood Mac’s classic jam Everywhere in a style that is dreamy, romantic, and true to the original. Selebrities’ second album is due out June 25 on Cascine.

Everywhere (feat. Erika Spring & Lissy Trullie)

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Preschool Tintoretto: An Interview With Adam Green

Posted January 25th by in Art, Interview, Music

Adam Green is standing under the fluorescent pink glow of the Veniero’s Pasticceria sign on East 11th Street. Lanky, shaggy-haired and clad in olive green corduroy pants, a red paisley 70’s Western shirt and a somewhat ironically ostentatious two-toned fur coat to fend off the icy December air, he could almost pass as another twenty-something traipsing about the East Village—yet I immediately recognize him as the anti-folk wunderkind. Most know Green as one half of the Moldy Peaches, the quirky indie duo that achieved sleeper mainstream success via the Grammy-winning soundtrack of Diablo Cody’s Juno (2007). Green met Kimya Dawson, the other half of the Moldy Peaches, in the 90s in Mount Kisco, NY, where they both grew up. “She worked at the record store, and I worked at the pizzeria, so I would [CLICK HERE...]





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