After last week’s frankly awesome Kanyu Tree remix, this week we’re co-premiering the video for Young Wonder’s next video for ‘Orange’ along with No Fear Of Pop. The video serves as a timely reminder that the debut eight-track EP is out on Feel Good Lost Records from this Saturday April 14th on CD and digital download via iTunes and Bandcamp. There’s five original Young Wonder tracks and three remixes from Daithí, SertOne and Sun Glitters. The video is by Brendan Canty of course – who else? ‘Orange’ is has a razor-sharp synth line, big tumbling beats and chopped up vocals.
The polychromatic video for Ocean Of Frequency standout was produced by Brendan Canty aka Feel Good Lost who has been prolific of late. After the jump, Brendan explains the video and what’s coming for him next. Jape’s album can be bought here.
That Brendan Canty lad again. This time for Melbourne “one man orchestral pop band” James Wallace aka Wintercoats with Conal Thomson on video co-direction. The song is taken from the Sketches EP on Cascine.
Brand new video for the Sun Glitters track ‘Things Are…’ by Brendan Canty of Feel Good Lost who also made Daithí’s ‘Sleep Like A Stone‘ video. Footage was by Mike Ambs. The song is available via Bandcamp.
Daithí O’ Dronaí first came to many people’s attention via appearances on TV shows Must Be The Music and All-Ireland Talent Show but he’s proving himself as much more than a mere novelty act these days.
With his trademark electric fiddle, loop stations, Kaoss Pads and table of electronics, the young Galwegian has been making a noticeable noise on the live front. Next Monday, he releases the loop-heavy 7-track EP The Embrace via Bandcamp for €5 and this epic track ‘Sleep Like A Stone’ features on it. The video was directed by Brendan Canty and Conal Thomson. Tour dates for February & March and a live video are after the jump. Daithí will also be seen on Other Voices on the 9th March at 11.45pm.