1. "9:30" - Trailer (A Micro Horror Anthology)

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    from RYAN OHM ▲ / Added

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    Coming Halloween... Featuring the music of PTA, WHITE LIES, SLEEPY CHEESE, & CASKET GIRLS Written, Directed & Edited by RYAN OHM Director of Photography TAYLOR FRONTIER Production Designer ALYSSA COYLE A Weird Life Films Production In association with Poor Yorick Productions

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    • Dreamend - The Sick Call Cabinet

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      Official Video for Dreamend's The Sick Call Cabinet, a song that is included in their latest album "And their tears washed me, wave after cowardly wave". Said album is the sequel to “So I Ate Myself, Bite By Bite”, which was released in 2010. Both albums were inspired by the journals that Ryan Graveface, the brains behind Dreamend, bought at an auction in the woods and which belonged to a serial killer. Inspired by the name of the song, Dreamend's music and the story behind the albums, I set to imagine scenarios that could happen in this man's head. So, here is a little story about an obsessive man and an elusive girl. Actress: Paloma Alma Actor: Luis Muñiz Make up for Luis Muñiz: Angela Arranz Assistant Director: Alba Diethlem Production Assistants: Hector M. Garrido & Regi Jimenez Animal Wrangling: Manuel Silvestre & Juan M. Bello Dreamend's website: http://www.graveface.com/dreamend.html

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      • Dreamend - Magnesium Light

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        video for the track Magnesium Light by Dreamend. From the album So I Ate Myself, Bite By Bite Get from Rough Trade http://www.roughtrade.com/site/shop_detail.lasso?search_type=sku&sku=331842 (p) Memphis Industries under licence from Graveface

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        • The Stargazer Lilies - Endless Days

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          A great dance party is a thing of beauty, but a good soundtrack for the comedown can be just as vital. After nearly a decade on the trippy dancefloor of Soundpool, guitarist/drummer/bassist/producer John Cep and singer/bassist Kim Field set off from that New York five-piece to take respite in the warm and woozy sounds of a new shoegaze-infused project, The Stargazer Lilies. And with their debut album, We Are the Dreamers, they’re letting their days of disco beats slip away into memory with style. Linking up with Tobacco of Black Moth Super Rainbow and live drummers EJ DeCoske and Johnny Lancia, they’ve teased influences like the French pop of Air and the shoegaze of Lush and Slowdive out to create a record of dripping dream pop. Here, they’ve pared down their sound to Kim’s airy vocals, reverb-washed drums and a fuzzy, swelling ether of effects-laden guitar and bass. The resulting punch-drunk collection, from the gentle melody of “Del Rey Mar” to the sluggish and nearly indecipherable drone of “Light of Day,” is coated in the disquieting patina that Tobacco brings to BMSR, though in this case the mood he creates is more melancholy than sinister. And isn’t that just how it feels, that limbo between a real good party and the morning after — sickly sweet, a little muzzy and ready, before too long, to do it all again. We are the Dreamers is out Oct 22nd via the Graveface Records and Curiosities imprint. **** sea turtle footage by greg bowyer ****

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          • Graveface Records - Commercial

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            from StrangeWave / Added

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            This is a commercial we filmed and edited for the Savannah store and label Graveface Records that is a play off of old cheesy 90's commercials, or something like that. Live action and even a little bit of stop-motion at the end.

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            • The Marshmallow Ghosts present Corpse Reviver No. 2 Trailer

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              from Graveface Records / Added

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              It’s late October. The air is crisp, and the scent of burning leaves lingers. In the distance you hear a chainsaw followed by the shrieks of teenage girls. An actor dressed as a deranged and bloody farmer stalks the line, silently harassing those who pay him no mind. Girls cling to their boyfriends crying, “I don't want to go first!” The mood is electric. The annual ritual of the haunted house makes you feel like you're 6 years old, trick or treating while your parents wait for you on the sidewalk; 12 years old, going to your best friend’s costume party; 16 years old, sneaking into a cemetery after dark. Forget the ubiquitous “Thriller” and the generic heavy metal usually associated with the holiday. The Marshmallow Ghosts' first full-length self-titled album truly is the most fitting Halloween soundtrack. It's spooky and it’s dark. Paradoxically, though, it’s light. It is a pop album after all – and a particularly catchy one at that. "Hearse Song" is a notable track with its melodic sing-along feel and dance beat; as is "Trick." Its peculiar arrangement and creepy ambiance make it an unlikely, but satisfying, pop song. Organs, fuzzy guitars and piano chords swirl about crafty lyrics. The Marshmallow Ghosts know how to set a tone. This album sounds, feels and virtually smells like Halloween. While listening, you can almost taste the peanut butter cups. The CD release of The Marshmallow Ghosts will be accompanied by an album-length music video, Corpse Reviver No. 2. With dialogue tying together the visually stunning individual video clips, this isn’t “weird for the sake of weird” like the few album length music videos that have been released in the past few years. Corpse Reviver’s images perfectly complement the mischievous and ominously appealing songs on The Marshmallow Ghosts. It’s clearly made by true horror movie fanatics. This is the band’s third annual Halloween release & this time around they are made up of Lady Lazarus, Dreamend, Hospital Ships, Casket Girls & Graveface kingpins, Black Moth Super Rainbow. They have every intention of continuing the tradition with their brand of ageless Halloween nostalgia. See you at Raven’s Grin Inn! ------------------- The Marshmallow Ghosts present Corpse Reviver No. 2 will be out Oct 11th on LP/DualDisc/Digital. Pre-orders begin soon @ www.graveface.com www.themarshmallowghosts.com Check out The Marshmallow Ghosts opening for Black Moth Super Rainbow at the following shows: september 7, 2011 @ beachland ballroom cleveland, oh september 8, 2011 @ metro chicago, il september 9, 2011 @ majestic theatre madison, wi september 10, 2011 @ turf club minneapolis, mn september 12, 2011 @ off broadway st louis, mo september 13, 2011 @ exit in nashville, tn september 14, 2011 @ masquerade (hell stage) atlanta, ga september 16, 2011 @ grey eagle tavern asheville, nc september 17, 2011 @ cosmic charlie's lexington, ky september 19, 2011 @ ottobar baltimore, md september 20, 2011 @ first unitarian church philadelphia, pa september 22, 2011 @ lpr new york, ny september 23, 2011 @ the bell house brooklyn, ny september 24, 2011 @ brighton music hall boston, ma ------------------- Socially connect: http://www.facebook.com/GRAVEFACE http://www.facebook.com/themarshmallowghosts

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              • Dreamend - The Sick Call Cabinet

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                From the director: "Official video for Dreamend's The Sick Call Cabinet, a song that is included in their new album "And the Tears Washed Me, Wave After Cowardly Wave". Said album is the sequel to “So I Ate Myself, Bite By Bite”, which was released in 2010. Both albums were inspired by the journals that Ryan Graveface, the brains behind Dreamend, bought at an auction in the woods and which belonged to a serial killer. Inspired by the name of the song, Dreamend's music and the story behind the albums, I set to imagine scenarios that could happen in this man's head. So, here is a little story about an obsessive man and an elusive girl." Video by: Jennifer Cox Actress: Paloma Alma Actor: Luis Muñiz Make up for Luis Muñiz: Angela Arranz Assistant Director: Alba Diethlem Production Assistants: Hector M. Garrido & Regi Jimenez Animal Wrangling: Manuel Silvestre & Juan M. Bello http://www.graveface.com http://www.dreamend.net http://dearjennifer.org 'And the Tears Washed Me, Wave After Cowardly Wave' is in stores now as a CD & Animated Picture Disc. http://www.graveface.com/graveface-catalog.html

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                • The Casket Girls // True Love Kills the Fairy Tale // Album Trailer

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                  The Casket Girls True Love Kills the Fairy Tale Out 2.11.14 So many pieces of Savannah, GA three-piece The Casket Girls seemed to happen by accident. From their beginning - when electronic sound-shaper Ryan Graveface (Graveface Records, Dreamend, Black Moth Super Rainbow) found sisters Phaedra and Elsa Greene under a tree in one of Savannah's many squares, playing Autoharp and singing bizarre songs - to the night they composed their sophomore album, True Love Kills the Fairy Tale, under circumstances that fall somewhere between séance and dream state, nearly everything about The Casket Girls seems to have been inspired by some kind of spooky happenstance. But then again, the Greene sisters don't believe in accidents. "I dropped off a shit ton of songs to the girls to work on one night," Graveface says of the genesis of True Love, the follow up to Casket Girls' critically acclaimed 2012 debut. "I went back to check on their progress, because they weren't answering their phones. I don't know if they dropped acid or what, but I walked in and Elsa was sobbing and reciting poetry while Phaedra was just staring straight ahead writing it all down, like catatonic. The next day they dropped off a CD and said, 'We don't even know what's on this. You can throw it in the garbage if you want.' I sat down and listened all the way through and cried. I was like, 'Holy shit! They actually wrote a record like that!' I booked studio time and had them re-record every note just as it was on the demo. They really didn't remember any of it. Had to learn the songs as if someone else had written them entirely. Very bizarre." Phaedra and Elsa had filled the disc with lilting, almost whimsical melodies about chemical hazes and love gone sour like a couple of fucked up Shangri-las, to which Graveface added a bevy of grinding, multi-dimensional psych-rock keys that will be familiar to anyone with a Graveface LP in their collection. The title track speaks like an unknown voice in a lucid dream - perhaps the one that conveyed these songs through the veil in the first place -beckoning, "True love kills the fairy tale... until heart and lungs fail." It's this twisted and comforting charm, which set in motion the Graveface-Greene love affair in the first place, that relieves us from fear. The Casket Girls have gained momentum and a substantial cult following due to the unflagging catchiness of their songwriting and the compelling development of their live stage show. They spent the last year and a half touring in support of BMSR and the Faint before growing into headliners in their own right. Last year, they released a self-titled EP on Record Store Day, and a "cassingle" cassette store day. The trio will hit the road for a slew of US dates, followed by a sojourn through Europe. Visit casketgirls.org to for tour date developments, new-music nuggets and more. VIDEO BY KEVIN CANAVAN GRAVEFACE ROADSHOW 2014 featuring The Casket Girls, The Stargazer Lilies, Dreamend & Dott (Dott joins us in Seattle and beyond) A bunch of dates to be added. Local and regional Graveface bands to be announced. Please help spread the word. Much love. 2/14/2014 Atlanta GA 529 2/16/2014 Washington DC DC9 2/18/2014 New York NY Mercury Lounge (No Dreamend) 2/19/2014 Philadelphia PA Johnny Brenda's 2/20/2014 Allston MA Great Scott 2/21/2014 Montreal QC Casa Del Popolo 2/22/2014 Toronto ON The Garrison 2/23/2014 Grand Rapids MI Founders Brewery, Co. 2/24/2014 Chicago IL Empty Bottle 2/25/2014 Minneapolis MN Triple Rock Social Club 2/26/2014 Fargo ND The Aquarium 2/28/2014 Missoula MT VFW 3/1/2014 Seattle WA The Vera Project 3/2/2014 Portland OR Holocene 3/4/2014 San Francisco CA Bottom of the Hill 3/6/2014 Los Angeles CA The Echo 3/7/2014 San Diego CA The Void 3/12/2014 Austin TX SXSW 3/13/2014 Austin TX SXSW 3/14/2014 Austin TX SXSW 3/15/2014 Austin TX SXSW 3/22/2014 Savannah GA venue TBA

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                  • The Marshmallow Ghosts - Wait for the Day

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                    from the DVD 'Corpse Reviver No. 2' in stores now! order the debut album and DVD today: http://www.graveface.com/graveface-catalog.html http://www.themarshmallowghosts.com Directed by: Kevin Canavan, Sara Odze, Ryan Graveface & Becca Ulmo It's late October. The air is crisp, and the scent of burning leaves lingers. In the distance you hear a chainsaw followed by the shrieks of teenage girls. An actor dressed as a deranged and bloody farmer stalks the line, silently harassing those who pay him no mind. Girls cling to their boyfriends crying, "I don't want to go first!" The mood is electric. The annual ritual of the haunted house makes you feel like you're 6 years old, trick or treating while your parents wait for you on the sidewalk; 12 years old, going to your best friend's costume party; 16 years old, sneaking into a cemetery after dark. Forget the ubiquitous "Thriller" and the generic heavy metal usually associated with the holiday. The Marshmallow Ghosts' first full-length self-titled album truly is the most fitting Halloween soundtrack. It's spooky and it's dark. Paradoxically, though, it's light. It is a pop album after all -- and a particularly catchy one at that. "Hearse Song" is a notable track with its melodic sing-along feel and dance beat; as is "Trick." Its peculiar arrangement and creepy ambiance make it an unlikely, but satisfying, pop song. Organs, fuzzy guitars and piano chords swirl about crafty lyrics. The Marshmallow Ghosts know how to set a tone. This album sounds, feels and virtually smells like Halloween. While listening, you can almost taste the peanut butter cups. The CD release of The Marshmallow Ghosts will be accompanied by an album-length music video, Corpse Reviver No. 2. With dialogue tying together the visually stunning individual video clips, this isn't "weird for the sake of weird" like the few album length music videos that have been released in the past few years. Corpse Reviver's images perfectly complement the mischievous and ominously appealing songs on The Marshmallow Ghosts. It's clearly made by true horror movie fanatics. This is the band's third annual Halloween release & this time around they are made up of Lady Lazarus, Dreamend, Hospital Ships, Casket Girls & Graveface kingpins, Black Moth Super Rainbow. They have every intention of continuing the tradition with their brand of ageless Halloween nostalgia. See you at Raven's Grin Inn!

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                    • power pill fist - mashed potato legs

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                      from broken machine films / Added

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                      power pill fist 'mashed potato legs' video by joshua rogers of brokenmachinefilms.com track taken from the album 'extra life'. released by graveface records in 2005. find copies of the album here... http://www.powerpillfist.com/shop.htm video released on the dvd by power pill fist (of black moth super rainbow fame) entitled 'secret albino lover'. get your copy of the dvd here... http://secretstationrecords.com/ ...it comes with super secret bonus awesomeness :) copyright2011_jrogers@brokenmachinefilms.com

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