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Video: The Trouble With Templeton – Bleeders *Folk Indie

October 16th, 2012 by | Alternative/Indie, Hidden Gem, Music Video |

TempletonVideo Video: The Trouble With Templeton   Bleeders *Folk Indie

Thomas Calder aka The Trouble With Templeton swept Filter Magazine’s Culture Collide away last weekend. Hailing from Australia, Thomas captivated the assorted onlookers, leaving a long-lasting impression in Los Angeles. This week, The Trouble With Templeton is traveling to New York for the esteemed CMJ Music Marathon. Before you race there to catch a glimpse of his fervent performance, watch the haunting video for “Bleeders,” off the band’s debut album Bleeders [I Wrote A Novel EP].

Foggy silhouettes of Thomas as he walks through a cemetery amongst elegant zombie ballet capture the essence of this strolling ballad as he sings, “I don’t feel your heart anymore / ‘Cause you are so far gone.”


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Review: Culture Collide 2012 Festival Block Party

October 15th, 2012 by | Alternative/Indie, Before Bigs Exclusive, Chill/Jam/Reggae, Concert/Festival Review, Dance, Disco, Electropop, Pop, Rock, synthpop |

Culture Collide balloon 600x400 Review: Culture Collide 2012 Festival Block PartyLast Sunday on October 7, I attended the last day of Filter Magazine’s Culture Collide 2012 Festival. I saw many acts which included: Icona PopColorfeelsClass Actress, The Royal Teeth, Niki & The Dove, Poolside, The Moog and Of Montreal. Read my full review of these acts below and shout out to Filter Magazine for giving me press access and distributing most of the pictures you see below. (more…)

Contest: Win two tix to Filter Magazine’s Culture Collide Festival!

September 25th, 2012 by | Alternative/Indie, Before Bigs Exclusive, Guest Mix |

CC 2012 9x575 430x600 Contest: Win two tix to Filter Magazines Culture Collide Festival!Filter Magazine has once again given us two passes to their annual Culture Collide Festival in Los Angeles! Culture Collide’s line-up boasts 63 artists from 25 countries, converging in Los Angeles’ Echo Park neighborhood October 4-7. If you love discovering new music from a diverse group of artists and sounds, this is an event you won’t want to miss and we got two tickets for you and a friend for all four days of the event! View the entire performance schedule here: http://bit.ly/NAGpT0

Read below to find out how you can win tickets to Culture Collide Festival (or purchase tickets here if your not feeling lucky). (more…)


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