Music Video: Jon Mckiel – ‘Unknown Source’

Music Video: Jon Mckiel – ‘Unknown Source’

March 28, 2017 | Posted in: Jon Mckiel, YCTV 0

Moving and still footage from locations at the Bay of Fundy near Sackville, New Brunswick. A collage of warm VHS textures intertwined with the sonic and lyrical narratives present in the music.

Shot by Andrea Thorne, fall 2016.

Here’s a bonus video for the same song, lovingly edited together by Paul Henderson:

“Unknown Source” appears on the album Memorial Ten Count, released March 10, 2017 from You’ve Changed Records and Headless Owl Records.

Music Video: Jon Mckiel – ‘Brothers’

Music Video: Jon Mckiel – ‘Brothers’

March 7, 2017 | Posted in: Jon Mckiel, YCTV 0

“Josephine the river queen is a lot like you and me. She’s lighter now, all lifted up and smoked out from the turning century. She’s a loud mouth baby and don’t you come save me that’s all I’ll ever be.”

Please watch this tenderhearted and lovely video for Jon Mckiel’s “Brothers,” directed by Colin Medley.

“Brothers” appears on the album Memorial Ten Count, available March 10, 2017 from You’ve Changed Records and Headless Owl Records.

New Release: Jon Mckiel – “Memorial Ten Count”

New Release: Jon Mckiel – “Memorial Ten Count”

January 24, 2017 | Posted in: Jon Mckiel 0

You’ve Changed Records is very excited to welcome Jon Mckiel to the fold with the release of Memorial Ten Count (YC-030) on March 10, 2017. We’ve long been fans of Jon’s wonderful, sophisticated, and lyrical tunes, as heard on his previous self-titled 10”, the Tonka War Cloud LP, and the Confidence Lodge EP, and were blown away when we heard his new music. Characterized by intricate guitar arrangements and constantly surprising melodic progressions, Memorial Ten Count (named for the fabled toll that marks the death of a champion boxer) is full of vital guitar rock, equal parts blister-forming-grit and punch-drunk-wistfulness., and is a powerful document of the intense chemistry of the Jon Mckiel band: lead guitarist Jay Crocker (of experimental instrumental group Joyfultalk), bassisist Sean Dicey (also of Joyfultalk), and drummer Aaron Mangle (of Cousins). The album was recorded live to tape by Jay Crocker in Crousetown, NS.

Please listen to ‘Conduit’ (side 2, track 1), a peace sign to America, a system of love:

We are pleased to be releasing Memorial Ten Count in collaboration with our good friends at Headless Owl Records.

Pre-orders are available in our mail-order shop.