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A little over a month ago we heard "Goodbye Future," the first in a series of 2014 singles by Aussie electronica duo the Presets. Now that hooky club track has a video in which figures from…   Read Story »
Coming out of a quiet recess following their third album, 2012's Pacifica, Australian electronic duo the Presets have returned with a new track titled "Goodbye Future." The song is a rhythmic and…   Read Story »
The new video for Aussie dance-rock duo the Presets' new single "Promises" is a propulsive stream of disconnected images -- some CGI, some flesh-and-blood. Special Problems direct. Watch it…   Read Story »
Aussie electronic duo The Presets captivated a sold out Club Nokia while on tour in support of their album Pacifica. The pulsating climax of "Youth In Trouble" and the crowd singing along…   Read Story »
Last week's CMJ Music Marathon brought five non-stop days of label showcases, journalism panels, and industry-fueled mixers to Brooklyn and Manhattan. Hidden among an overwhelming flurry of name-tag…   Read Story »
I never expected to use the word "Lynchian" to describe a 2 Chainz video, but that happened this week. Yet again, we've got a complete avalanche of idiosyncratic visions and brainpan-expoding imagery…   Read Story »
Australian dance-rock duo the Presets will release their new album Pacifica next month, and we've already posted their single "Ghosts." For the song's video, director Abteen Bagheri films…   Read Story »
Aussie dance-rockers the Presets are about to release their new album Pacifica, and we've already seen their glitchy "Youth In Trouble" video. Now they've shared another track from the LP, the…   Read Story »
Australian rave-rock duo the Presets are getting set to release their new album Pacifica, and now the album's first single, the tense and sinuous six-minute "Youth In Trouble," has a video. Visual…   Read Story »
By Amrit Singh & Brandon Stosuy Our trek into Indio went so smoothly this year that we've both become paranoid about something going incredibly wrong at any moment, but so far we've made it through…   Read Story »