• Four Eyed Monsters Soundtrack

    8 Jul 2008, 11:37 by Dogwoof_Picture

    Our new film,Four Eyed Monsters, is a modern day romance documentary about a couple that met online and eventually fall in love through a joint artistic collaberation.

    The amazing soundtrack has a bunch of up and coming Indie artists.

    1. Paper Jones - (David Bowie I Love You) Since I Was Six
    2. Gene Serene - All Over You
    3. Spinto Band - Oh Mandy
    4. Brian Jonestown Massacre - (David Bowie I Love You) Since I Was Six
    5. Ben and Bruno - New Friend
    6. Paper Jones - Collars Up
    7. Heather Renee - Drifting
    8. Apes & Androids - Hot Kathy
    9. The Golden Pastime - In The Beginning
    10. Paper Jones - Moriarti
    11. National Eye - Bird and Sword
    12. Parenthetical Girls - Love Connection, pt. II
    13. Stone Jack Jones - Smile
    14. Joel Kennedy - Future Empire
    15. Mansfields - Heard It Through Mom
    16. Magdyn Osh - All of You

    The soundtrack for Four Eyed Monsters is included with the purchase of the DVD.

    Spinto BandGene SerenePaper JonesBrian Jonestown MassacreBen
  • Burn To Shine/Tweedy DVD/Bric-A-Brac/ + A Mix

    15 Sep 2006, 22:19 by tomauto

    Just watched the Portland installment of the Burn To Shine series on DVD and enjoyed it very much. I highly recommend it to anyone who's interested, it's really well shot, lots of great bands (The Decemberists, The Thermals, and The Shins among others) and a cool premise. I'd imagine the DC and Chicago volumes are also great, I'm going to check them out soon as well. The project was put together by Brendan Canty (of Fugazi) and director Christoph Green. The two also just finished a Jeff Tweedy solo DVD which looks really great, the link takes you to the trailer.

    On a totally unrelated note while going through some old boxes of papers and junk I was listening to a sound opinions show featuring Jason Lytle doing a very nice solo accoustic set. I thought about what a bummer it is that Lytle's band Grandaddy broke up this year, and coincidentally at about the same time I found my only real music souvenir (sleater-kinney setlist) which happens to be from another great band that broke up this year.