Orca Life

jdweiss:

vimeo:

Motion pictures 2.0. Kinda. »> http://bit.ly/1l21IOo

Vimeo made a post explaining their new animated video thumbnails for Staff Picks, using Transmission as their first example. 

jdweiss:

vimeo:

Motion pictures 2.0. Kinda. »> http://bit.ly/1l21IOo

Vimeo made a post explaining their new animated video thumbnails for Staff Picks, using Transmission as their first example. 

Holy Page

ilockedthedoor:

Dark Compilation

Cassette Holy Page

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I love tape compilations. As much as I don’t miss driving my car a lot (riding a bike is much more doper) I do miss the tape deck in my old VW. I used to pop in a Wizards of the Ghost comp or a Fucked Up “Mixtape” and just listen to it on repeat for days. Comps kinda became like the radio for me. I would sit there hoping my favorite song was up next (not knowing because I wouldn’t follow along on the J card while driving) and getting an awesome variety of driving tunes. Tape is a great format for a comp because you can get soooo much music on it.

Clocking in at 45 minutes-ish, Dark is a heavyweight. It’s perfect for a long late night drive, marathon breakup sex, or a lonely evening in… anything ~dark~. There’s an awesome range of darkness on here, and the tracks flow really nicely one to another. Some are more rock, some are more ethereal and theres even some darkwave but the overall vibe is pretty consistent. This tape feels like a soundtrack to a Korean revenge film, and I mean that in the best way possible. A couple highlights for me are the driving synths of Kangarot and the brooding minimalism of Orca Life, but this isn’t really about hit singles. It’s about a collection of songs that capture something. So listen to the whole thing here…or just go ahead and order one. It’s worth the $5 for the packaging alone. As always, Holy Page has put a lot of thought into the presentation. For me the golden track list card and glow in the dark label really set this one off.