Talk Talk: Mancub remixes Snake Rattle Rattle Snake, plus new music from the Centennial, Woodsman, Ian Cooke and Kill ParadiseBy Julio Enriquez | January 4th, 2012 | No Comments »
The Centennial can “Relate”
The brothers Meese will bring us a new LP next month. “I Can Relate” is the first single off of the release and it’s being offered as a free download if you “Like” their post via Facebook over here.
Check out Woodsman’s video for “View From The Vision Hand”
No matter what video Woodsman puts out, I always feel like I get the effect of mind-altering drugs without actually taking any. See for yourself in this Mark Demolar directed video for the “View From the Vision Hand.” Photo by Julio Enriquez.
Ian Cooke finds “A Reasonable Life” at Lost Lake
Did you guys ever watch that Michael Keaton movie “Multiplicity” where there’s like 20 Michael Keatons and only one Andie MacDowell? The latest album from Ian Cooke is “Fortitude” and you can score your copy here. It’s important to note that no Lost Lake beers were wasted in the filming of this video.
Kill Paradise to release new album + share first single
The latest single from Kill Paradise, “Take Your Ego, But Not Where We Go,” is a sugary dose of pop-punk and a dash of dubstep for good measure. Look for the band’s album “The Glitch” to be released on Valentine’s Day 2012 via Breaksilence Recordings.
Julio Enriquez is a Denver writer and photographer, editor of the Cause=Time blog and a regular contributor to Reverb.