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Celestial Shore's video for Enter Ghost track "Weekenders" is inspired by Stanley Kubrick and office drudgery. Against a backdrop of Celestial Shore's floaty, ephemeral psych-pop, Ava Nicolai stars…   Read Story »
Garage-psych-infused Brooklyn indie-rockers Celestial Shore, one of our 40 Best New Bands last year, will hit the road with Brooklyn "nervous soul" combo Ava Luna for most of September in the lead-up…   Read Story »
Shaking Through is a documentary series that challenges a band (or bands, in this case) to write a song, record it, and get it down to its final mix all in two days. The most recent ones to take on…   Read Story »
It's that time of year again: Time to take stock of the vast armies of new musicians making music in the past year, and to pick out a few dozen of the best and brightest. In the three previous annual…   Read Story »
What the hell? Since when did summer camp turn into "hanging out with cool Brooklyn bands and shooting music videos all week"? When I was a kid we just braided gimp. That's all we did, all day, and…   Read Story »
Celestial Shore's debut full-length 10x is finally out in a few weeks, on September 3rd via Hometapes/Local Singles. Over the past few months, we've heard a couple of tracks from the record:…   Read Story »
Brooklyn's Celestial Shore will release their LP 10x in September. We've already heard their lead-off "Valerie," which as Tom referred to as a, "dazed lurch of an album track." Now the discordant,…   Read Story »
Brooklyn's Celestial Shore release their debut full-length 10x this fall with Hometapes and Local Singles Records. We've already heard the first single, "Valerie." Here's an equally mesmerizing…   Read Story »
The sunny lo-fi Brooklyn math-rock trio Celestial Shore have released a couple of small-circulation EPs, and in April, they'll release 10x, their debut full-length LP. Deerhoof drummer Greg Saunier,…   Read Story »