LIVE VIDEOS: Julie Doiron at the “I Thought Of You” release show!

LIVE VIDEOS: Julie Doiron at the “I Thought Of You” release show!

January 4, 2022 | Posted in: Blog, Julie Doiron 0

Welcome to the New Year, from Julie Doiron and You’ve Changed Records!

As so many of us are in various stages of separation and isolation, and with the dream of a return of live music and communal experience postponed again, we want to share some recordings from Julie’s album release show at the Horseshoe Tavern in December. Julie was joined by Dany Placard on bass and vocals, Daniel Romano on lead guitar, and Ian Romano on drums.

This was a beautiful, truly special show, that happened in the small window of optimism and opening this past fall, before new variants and bad governance led us back into darkness….

Camera and Editing:
Colin Medley

Audio Recording and Mixing:
Sebastian Palfery

“Thought Of You” appears on the album I Thought of You
available on LP/CD/Digital formats from You’ve Changed Records

MUSIC VIDEO: JON MCKIEL – “MOURNING DOVE”

MUSIC VIDEO: JON MCKIEL – “MOURNING DOVE”

July 7, 2021 | Posted in: Blog, Jon Mckiel 0

Music manifesting on the light spectrum! You can hear with your eyes!

Jon Mckiel and director Andrea Thorne debut an “[official video]” for “Morning Dove” from the Bobby Joe Hope LP.

the unsponsored sun / where the carnival was / sisters grimm swimming in glitches / a kaleidoscope collapses / one trick mirror / trees and things and flowers

MUSIC VIDEO: FIVER – “JUNE LIKE A BUG”

MUSIC VIDEO: FIVER – “JUNE LIKE A BUG”

June 29, 2021 | Posted in: Blog, Fiver 0

A song for the summer: Fiver and the Atlantic School Of Spontaneous Composition present June Like A Bug from the Fiver with The Atlantic School Of Spontaneous Composition LP/CD/Digital album. Wild in the details and the weeds. A vision of life. Directed by Simone Schmidt.

“This song is a poem about the transition into summer time,
how it can be hard to match and keep up with the world in full bloom.”

July Go Easy.

MUSIC VIDEO: FIVER – “JR. WRECK”

MUSIC VIDEO: FIVER – “JR. WRECK”

May 21, 2021 | Posted in: Blog, Fiver 0

“There was no place to stay I had to be on my way
And I cursed every word for reading wrong
I owe a little thanks to the kid on the train
He could tell I was aching and he gave me his seat”

Enter a fluid, interconnected, ever-metamophosizing world in this spectacularly animated video for “Jr Wreck” from Fiver with The Atlantic School Of Spontaneous Composition by director Anne Douris. It’s a lush and beautiful thing.

VIDEO: LEANNE BETASAMOSAKE SIMPSON – VISCOSITY

VIDEO: LEANNE BETASAMOSAKE SIMPSON – VISCOSITY

March 15, 2021 | Posted in: Blog 0
WATCH NOW: Leanne Betasamosake Simpson and Sandra Brewster present “Viscosity”.
Viscosity was filmed at Leslie Spit in Toronto – a human made piece of land that juts into Chi’Nibish (Lake Ontario) and has now become naturalized. Leslie Spit is home to Tommy Thompson Park and a large portion of it is classified as an Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) and it is recognized as an Important Bird Area. (It is also a setting in Simpson’s highly recommended novel Noopiming: The Cure For White Ladies.) Simpson commissioned Brewster in making the film and supported Brewster in developing her own visual interpretation of the song. The resulting film is a rich black and white experimental work where land is centered, where Black and Indigenous place-making are celebrated, and where images are in conversation with sound.

Directed by Sandra Brewster
Leanne Betasamosake Simpson – Vocals
Ansley Simpson – Acoustic guitar, vocals
Nick Ferrio – Bass, electric guitar, vocals
Jim Bryson – Acoustic guitar
Tanner Pare – Drums
Jonas Bonnetta – Piano, synth, vocals, drum programming
Produced by Jonas Bonnetta
Engineered by Heather Kirby & Jonas Bonnetta
Mixed by Gavin Gardiner
Mastered by Heather Kirby
Viscosity appears on the album Leanne Betasamosake Simpson – Theory Of Ice
Availablein LP/CD/Digital formats
Sandra Brewster: http://sandrabrewster.com/
We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.
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