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TV killed the video star

Local artists still make videos, however

As music videos get played less and less on television, they’re gaining more prominence in our culture. Stuff changes fast. Local artists are taking notice, releasing music videos left and right. Here are three that have recently come across my desk.




OKC acoustic pop singer/songwriter Denver Duncan shot this whole video on a Nokia N8 phone, similar to Dr. Pants’ iPhone 4 video I wrote about previously.


Norman-based Psychedelic band Ghost of Monkshood dropped this trippy video recently, which features mirrors, masks and a pair of disco ball glasses.


Oklahoma transplants Shiny Toy Guns dropped this absolutely gorgeous video and track to announce the return of former lead singer Carah Faye to the band.

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While you’re here, grab these free MP3s:
“Highrise” — Glorie. Instrumental music with a unique vibe that doesn’t go immediately for the epic.
“Lower Away” — Sunshine Factory. The band’s name is truth in advertising. Their picture (above) is not.
“The Big Show” — The Extraordinaires. Funky, jazzy, vintage, poppy and head-bobbingly enjoyable.

by Stephen Carradini 02.22.2011 3 years ago
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VOTD: Showcasin’

Watch a couple of locals mix genres and styles on ‘Chevy Bricktown Showcase.’

OKC psychedelic rock band Horse Thief interviews local rapper Jabee in this genre-busting edition of the “Chevy Bricktown Showcase.” Denver Duncan gives the silky-voiced loop assist in this performance. Watch:

by Matt Carney 11.14.2011 2 years ago
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Man in motion

With stop-motion shorts parodying Iron Man and Michael Jackson, local filmmaker Kyle Roberts now takes on James Bond


Features

Eric Webb

Battle of the Bonds
7:30 p.m. Thursday
Individual Artists of Oklahoma Gallery, 701 W. Sheridan
iaogallery.org, 232-6060
$5

 
Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Concert for Carina

Support two good causes in one night: local music and human trafficking awareness.

Much-loved Okie folkers O Fidelis are celebrating a proper release party for their 3-year-old debut EP on Friday night, but you’d be wrong to call it a cash grab.

The show (which will be supported by fun-pop dude Denver Duncan and Altus melody-punkers The Typist) is a benefit for a pair of charities. Half of the proceeds it generates will go to Oklahomans Against Trafficking Humans and the Carina Saunders Fund. 

From O Fidelis’ Brian Gililland: “The EP release portion is not nearly as important to us, frankly.”

So hop in and support a good cause that’s supported by good musicians! Grab tickets via Eventbrite and consider a donation to the Carina Saunders Fund at oathcoalition.org.


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by Matt Carney 03.08.2012 2 years ago
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