1. Solvent - "Loss For Words"


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    In Simeon Tennant's video for Solvent's single "Loss for Words" (from Subject to Shift, 2010), a pair of romantically entwined shapes watch helplessly as their relationship dissolves. Both the gray square and his fluffy, pink girlfriend seem at a "Loss for Words" as they drift into their respective solitudes. Tennant's lo-fi computer animation fits perfectly with Solvent's analog-synth pop melancholy, striking a touching balance between technology and emotion.

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    • Solvent - Take Me Home


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      Solvent "Take Me Home" - from Solvent's 'Subject to Shift' album, released in 2010 on the Ghostly International label. This official music video was directed by Nic Brown, the man behind several recent high-profile music videos, including Crystal Castles' "Not In Love (feat. Robert Smith)" and Caribou's "Odessa". You can purchase "Take Me Home" or 'Subject to Shift' here: http://theghostlystore.com/collections/music/products/solvent-subject-to-shift

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      • Ghostly International Presents... Deastro


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        Chicago-based photographer/videographer James P. Morse--a longtime friend and collaborator of Ghostly's--followed Chabot around Detroit for a day and edited the footage into "Ghostly Presents: Deastro," a video profile whose warm, colorful aesthetic matches Chabot's energy and positivity to a T. Chabot putters around his Detroit home, visits his favorite bookstore, gushes about Isaac Asimov and Simone de Beauvoir, and plays a sweaty, packed show with his band. It's a loving portrait of an artist who stays true to his beliefs, staying passionate, engaged, and creative in all of his endeavors. Deastro's full-band debut, Moondagger, arrives on June 23rd, and his "Vermillion Plaza" single -- along with its B-side, a squelchy, lumbering remix by Ghostly Swim featured artist Mux Mool -- drops May 12th on Ghostly International. http://ghostly.com/artists/deastro

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        • Bastards of Young - Official Trailer - 2014


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          • Deastro @ Be 09.05.09


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            1,186 Plays / / 2 Comments

            Filmed and edited by Flashmama

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            • Nokia New American Noise "Lords of Detroit"


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              Director - Bob Harlow Production Company - Somesuch & Co Ltd Editor - Edward Line

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              • Kattfilmen


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                460 Plays / / 4 Comments

                En viktig film om hur viktigt det är att vara en katt i denna stora farliga värld.

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                • Pull Out The Truth


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                  The video for the song "Pull Out The Truth", which is featured on the upcoming debut EP from the band "Neutral Like The Son". For more information of the band and to hear more of their music, visit their MySpace page at: www.myspace.com/neutralliketheson

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                  • An Ordinary Man


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                    The video for the song "An Ordinary Man", which is featured on the upcoming debut EP from the band "Neutral Like The Son". For more information of the band and to hear more of their music, visit their MySpace page at: myspace.com/neutralliketheson

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                    • Flux Detroit - Chapter 4


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                      Flux Detroit is a documentary in 6 chapters. Chapter 4 tells the story of a recent influx of artists and young college graduates. In chapters 1- 6 local residents, former automobile workers, grassroots activists, urban planners, artists, local politicians, and corporations as well as small business owners give voice to their concerns and dreams. Flux Detroit is a exploratory mini-series showcasing the city and its inhabitants, new as well as natives. Context: Detroit is the largest city in Michigan State. Once a major engine of the automobile industry and home to Motown, today large parts of the city is depopulated, and the city government is on the verge of bankruptcy. The state governor declared a financial emergency in March 2013, appointing an emergency manager. City-wide, average residential vacancy is almost 30 percent, while large areas of the city lie empty. Detroit's population shrank by 25 percent in the last 10 years - today only only 707, 000 residents remain. However, downtown Detroit has experienced a 59% increase in an influx of college-educated residents under the age of 35.* Stories of a growing arts scene, D.I.Y. culture and new investment flowing into the center of downtown are occupying mass media headlines. The New York times alone published ten articles in 2012 heralding Detroit's revitalization. *US Census bureau 2010.

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