Today on Cluster 1: Record Store Day 2011, X-Ray Eyeballs, STRFKR, Sonny and the Sunsets, and the Coathangers (5/9)

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    Record Store Day 2011 – In this original documentary, created by the Cluster 1 production team, we explore what makes Record Store Day so great, and why people continue to buy vinyl after all these years. High Fidelity‘s Rob Gordon would be proud!


    X-Ray Eyeballs – “Egyptian Magician” – Their brand of psychedelic-surf rock complements the visuals perfectly of numerous images of the same thing superimposed over one another. It’s a lot to take in.

    STRFKR – “Julius” – Everything about this video is medieval. The band is dressed up like the Druids, the children are dressed up like Squires and Lords, and they carry swords.  If only the power to pretend truly yielded these results.

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    Sonny and the Sunsets – “Reflections of Youth” – With the help of some sort of magic, glowing  lamp-hookah, a man is whisked away from an unfurnished room to memories of his childhood. These memories, though, play back like old home videos, much like the scene in Scorcese’s Raging Bull.

    The Coathangers – “Hurricane” – This song indeed does sound like an oncoming storm, but the video looks more like a very bizarre promo for Suicide Girls. Medical masks included.

    Don’t Forget…

    – Want a constant stream of musical goodness? Check out our Channel, featuring over 30 music videos, several short films, and other nifty clips, all crammed together in one non-stop barrage of visual and aural stimulation.


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