• For Women’s History Month, “Girls Just Wanna” Be Themselves in Unapologetic Video by FANIA

    by / March 12, 2019 /

    The film — directed by FANIA (a.k.a Stephania Dulowski) and inspired by the poetic beauty of women in NYC — is a celebration of diversity and femininity. It follows real women from across the city through different neighborhoods as they skate down streets, laugh on a stoop, and strut through the aisles of a corner store. A haunting ballad version of Cyndi Lauper’s famous “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” covered by Hanna Ashbrook sweeps through each scene. In stylized close-ups, friends e[Read More]

  • Weezer’s Black Metal Hub

    by / March 11, 2019 /

    To celebrate the release of yet another color-themed album (this time it's black), Weezer embraced band leader Rivers Cuomo's love of metal and created a merch store filled with all things black. On the Black Metal Hub, you can live on the dark side by purchasing a Haunted Raven, Bottled Black Tears, Pure Black Hell Puzzle, All Black Rubik's Cube, tWEEZERs, Weezola Crayon Box Set (includ[Read More]

  • Former CO Copywriter Releases 3-Hour Improvised Guitar Album

    by / March 4, 2019 /

    A microphone, a strangely tuned guitar, no plan. These are Adam Baerd’s (formerly Adam Williams') adversaries — and his opportunity. The audio engineer, Max Nordby, gives a nod from the control room and the recording light clicks on. For the next sixty minutes, whatever comes out of Baerd’s fingers will become the gospel of his premiere EP. No pressure.

    Recorded in three one-hour sessions at UI Sound Studios, the fully improvised album, Perfectish, flirts with most gen[Read More]

  • Weezer: “Take On Me”

    by / February 25, 2019 /

    From Weezer's Teal Album — a collection of '80s remakes — the first video from the album features Stranger Things' Finn Wolfhard and his band Calpurnia, rocking out as a young Rivers Cuomo to A-ha's "Take On Me." Takes us back to a special place. 

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  • Moda Spira x Denver’s Bean Dog Films Premiered Bang Official Music Video on Valentine’s Day

    by / February 18, 2019 /

    Directed by Kelsey Boyte of Bean Dog Films, the collaboration was "inspired by artist Latifah’s own brutal divorce and written for the countless women who journey through trauma, grief and healing in the face of daunting socio-political obstacles and highly-dogmatic social constructs that have taught us to internalize divorce as 'failure.'"

    Bang is a liberation story and a portrait of the hard, honest walk th[Read More]