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[new]: Harriet – Burbank

By Will Oliver, February 11th 2014


Harriet have returned with a music video for their brand new track “Burbank.” The song is the first single on their upcoming album It’s Totally Cool, I Wouldn’t Even Worry About It.

The song features the band’s now familiar sound, a smooth little jam that has a grand sweeping warmth to it.

Check out it’s interesting video below which was directed by Ethan Berger and premiered by Noisey.
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Harriet, a young band from Los Angeles that I’m excited about, is soon going to begin working on their debut full-length album. They need some help before they can do so. Which is why they launched a kickstarter campaign.

They are almost at their goal, but they can use some additional funds in order to make the best album that they can. If the fund helps them make songs as solid as “No Way Out”, it is well worth every penny.

Read about the kickstarter here, and download “No Way Out” below.

[mp3]: Harriet – No Way Out

[new]: Harriet – No Way Out

By Will Oliver, November 9th 2012 — with 1 comment

Harriet have returned with new song “No Way Out” that showcases a new direction for the band. It’s a powerful song, as it details an near-death experience that lead-singer Alex Casnoff with weed. The song evokes this fear and hopelessness in a emotional way using electronic sounds and vocals to apply this effect.

It’s a brave song for such a young band. But it makes sense, as Harriet are emerging as one of the best new bands floating around.

Listen to the song below and find the story that Alex shared with the Music Ninja about his near-death experience right after.

[mp3]: Harriet – No Way Out

“Two years ago on the holiday known as 4-20 I overdosed on weed. My heart stopped. What I thought was half a dose of a hash oil candy bar, was three doses of the strongest edible the club had. Marijuana is legal in Los Angeles, but my heart stopped. Literally. Flat line, beeeeeeeep, doctors rush in, everything. I could have single handedly taken down the industry. The first weed-death. The no-addiction, no-harm drug, now lethal. Of course a little Ativan in my veins and I was back a few moments later. But for a second I was really gone. I stopped breathing. I had no control over anything. I just sat there in my body, waiting and watching and vomiting and choking until I died. After, I remember a bro-nurse, tatted up the sleeve, handing me a giant cup of ice water in a plastic bucket, and all I could say was “Biiig Waaater”, but nothing’s ever tasted better. It’s embarrassing to have died from weed. It doesn’t inspire feelings of strength or masculinity. The only consolation was that when my friend and I brought back the chocolate to the club to complain, they mentioned that the same thing had happened to, not gonna name names, and I obviously can’t confirm the sources reliability, but, an important member of the Wu-Tang Clan. I feel like that puts me in good company. Pot is a fantastic thing. There are no warnings or doctrines in this song, besides, don’t go to a club on 4-20 and ask for the strongest edible they have, like, something thats literally gonna make me hallucinate, and then accidentally imbibe three of them. It’s a recounting of where my head was at, when I lost complete control of my body. Nothing’s ever been scarier for me. And, nothings ever been so overpriced as a hospital. At least we got a song out of it. No Way Out.”

Harriet are hard at work prepping their debut album, which should come out next year. In the meantime they are releasing cover sessions, where they will cover songs (new & old) that they love, putting them together and splitting them apart.

The first session is a combo of John Hiatt’s “Have A Little Faith In Me” and Frank Ocean’s “Lost”. I don’t know how one nails a combined cover of those two tracks, but Harriet nailed it. Watch below.
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Harriet have released a dazzling music video for “I Slept With All Your Mothers”. It features lead-singer Alex Casnoff battling with himself over a few drinks. It also features a girl who is nude, so heads up if you’re reading this at work.

“I Slept With All Your Mothers” is off the bands debut EP, Tell The Right Story. You can download the EP for free here.

Catch the video below. Way to go, Henry you’re making me proud.
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Harriet – I Slept With All Your Mothers

By Will Oliver, December 16th 2011 — with 1 comment

Harriet is a new Los Angeles based band who have released a fantastic song called “I Slept With All Your Mothers”. The bands drummer Henry Kwapis interned with me at Beggars Group two summers back. The band’s also fronted by former Dawes member Alex Casnoff.

Harriet carry a strong willed american rock sound that packs a powerful punch. The bands ability to convey a story is definitely something that has helped the band stand out from the rest.

“I Slept With All Your Mothers” is taken from their debut EP, Tell The Right Story, which will be self-released on January 31.

Black Lips Announce Tour Dates

By Will Oliver, January 9th 2014

Black Lips - Underneath The Rainbow

Black Lips have announced a pair of tour dates in support of their soon to be released new album Underneath The Rainbow (that’s the artwork posted above), which comes out on March 18 via Vice Records. They’ve already shared the album’s first single “Boys In The Wood.”

The tour starts in their hometown Atlanta, Georgia, in March, and will take them throughout the states until early May. They’ll stop in New York City on April 17 to play Webster Hall. Tickets go on sale friday at noon.

Find the full list of tour dates posted below along with a stream of “Boys In The Wood.”
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We All Want Someone To Shout For’s Best Songs Of 2012

By Will Oliver, January 4th 2013 — with 6 comments


Yesterday I blessed you with my favorite albums from 2012, and now, here are my favorite songs from 2012. It’s always tough to narrow songs down to a list, even if the list is 100 songs long. A lot of great new music comes out at a rapid-fire basis these days, from the biggest artists, to the smallest.

When it came down to it, these were the songs that kept the best company of the last 12 months.

As always thanks to Camilo for the artwork. You can stream the songs themselves, or listen to one giant spotify stream right here.

I present to you:

We All Want Someone To Shout For’s Best Songs Of 2012:

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