Hanni El Khatib released his new album “Head In The Dirt” in Canada a few days ago. Produced by Dan Auerbach from The Black Keys, the music is everything you’d want it to be: sexy, dirty, and borderline destructive. Be sure to check him out on the 14th of May @ The Commodore with The Black Angels; I’ll see you there. Enjoy Hanni El Khatib’s single, “Family“, below.
The video was produced in co-operation with the MuchMusic MuchFACT grant foundation, and with donations from Canada Goose & Manitobah Mukluks, Bridge Studios, William F White, and FusionCine.com. 60+ cast and crew members volunteered their time for the project. This is Vancouver at its finest bb.
Kithkin are a Cascadian youth tribe out to spread the hidden knowledge of the forests. Through its performances, Kithkin hopes to confront crowds about the impending ‘end of things’ through joyous and psychedelic catharsis. Video filmed and produced by Ben Anderson and Sawyer Purman of Altrac Productions.
She’s “been a bitch since 97″, and hails from Daytona Beach… but I wouldn’t count on that being legitimate information, her branding is frustratingly inconsistent. “But that’s the point, doy” — yes, thanks for making it easier for us.
The show was good, and it helps that she is damn cute. Missing tones, screwing up, and acting unprofessional on stage are all part of the act; it was quite charming. Kitty is definitely doing her best to hit a specific micro-demographic and hoping it will spread… and hey, Nardwuar seems to have taken a liking to her.
It’s simple, Kitty Pryde is one of those artists you’ll love or hate. Which one are you?