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Jonathan Meiburg is about to emerge from his chamber with a new Shearwater opus entitled Fellow Travelers. The latest set comprises renditions of songs by Meiburg's former tourmates, including that…   Read Story »
Masked British genre-mutants Clinic will release their new album Free Reign in a couple of months, partly mixed by Oneohtrix Point Never, and they've teased it with a three-minute sampler that gives…   Read Story »
Clinic promised a move away from their well-established sound on upcoming album Bubblegum. "I'm Aware" is still pretty surprising though: Soft-edged vocals from singer Ade Blackburn, sighing strings,…   Read Story »
Clinic switch it up in the W.I.Z.-directed video for "Tomorrow." It's shadowy like the other Do It! clips, but this time they leave the Hawaiian shirts and lava lamps at home. The star's a girl of a…   Read Story »
Maybe it's those masks, but whether Clinic are hanging out in a VU lava lamp or rocking amid Stan Brakhage splices, the internal wranglers manage to conjure that same detached feel. Put your hand…   Read Story »
This new video for "The Witch" has a very similar lava lamp look and set of Hawaiian shirts as the video for "Free Not Free," the first single from Clinic's forthcoming Do It!. This time out, though,…   Read Story »
Playing in a room with some VU aquarium ambiance, surgical masks in place, Clinic ooze through "Free Not Free," the first single from their fifth album Do It!. That exclamation point seems a tad…   Read Story »
The last time we posted on Clinic it was because Arcade Fire covered Internal Wrangler's "Distortions." But now Clinic are back with their very own cover ... the cover art for their forthcoming Do…   Read Story »
The night after a universally hailed set at Sasquatch! (duh), Arcade Fire continued their sold-out tour with a stop at Portland's Schnitzer Concert Hall, ebbing out of "Neon Bible" and into a…   Read Story »
We love the clench-jawed, masked men of Clinic. And though the the parlor tricks and line dance routine (btw, wtf?) don't make the stinging, "medieval acid punk" of this Visitations track any less…   Read Story »