Fri 01/03/2019

Trixie Whitley’s new single/video: Long Time Coming

Trixie Whitley has just dropped ‘Long Time Coming’, a new track of her long-awaited studio album ‘Lacuna’, which is set for release on March 29, 2019.

This record was created in conjunction with Run The Jewels producer Little Shalimar in New York. ‘Long Time Coming’ is the second installment in a music video trilogy shot by visual artist Hannah Marshall. She is known for her black, monochromatic aesthetic and her work for bands such as The xx, Florence and The Machine, Savages and Goldfrapp.
Trixie Whitley will be touring throughout 2019 in support of ‘Lacuna’. Check all dates here.


Thu 21/02/2019

New video The Germans


The Germans released their video of 'That was months ago'.
Great amount of nipples, smoke and naked frontmen. This video was shot by Nana Vaneessen and is a parody on the clip of Rihanna's Stay. 
Here's what The Germans say themselves: "It used to be a potential hit with catchy synth lines and pitched vocals, but our producer Micha Volders thought it was boring hipster bullshit, so he decided to replace the bass by a large rubber band attached to a djembe and got rid of all synths and electronic effects. That's what friends are for."
 
The full album 'Sexuality' will be revealed March 1st (vinyl and digital).
Preorder 'That was months ago' here: https://fanlink.to/thatwasmonthsago

Fri 08/02/2019

5 nominations and 1 award for Unday at de MIA's



Unday Records was nominated for 5 Belgian Music Industry Awards in the categories 'Alternative', 'Artwork', 'Writer/Composer' and 'Musician' with The Bony King of Nowhere, Faces on TV, Bert Dockx and Madensuyu. We were able to bring the award for 'Writer/Composer home! Congratulations to The Bony King of Nowhere, Bram Vanparys. 

Wed 06/02/2019

Trixie Whitley releases video for 'Touch'



Trixie Whitley just released the video for her latest single 'Touch'.
‘Touch’ is the first part of a music video trilogy shot by visual artist Hannah Marshall, whose creative direction accentuated Trixie’s impressive performances at Pukkelpop & Lowlands last summer. Hannah Marshall is known for her black, monochromatic aesthetic and her work with bands such as The xx, Florence and The Machine, Savages and Goldfrapp. 

‘Touch’ is also the first part of a music video trilogy shot by visual artist

Hannah Marshall

, whose

creative direction accentuated Trixie’s impressive performa

nces at Pukkelpop & Lowlands last

summer. Hannah Marshall is known for her black, monochromatic aesthetic and her work with bands

such as The xx, Florence and The Machine, Savages and Goldfrapp. Look out for the

fir

st of three

videos, premiering later this

month.‘Touch’ is also the first part of a music video trilogy shot by visual artist

Hannah Marshall

, whose

creative direction accentuated Trixie’s impressive performa

nces at Pukkelpop & Lowlands last

summer. Hannah Marshall is known for her black, monochromatic aesthetic and her work with bands

such as The xx, Florence and The Machine, Savages and Goldfrapp. Look out for the

fir

st of three

videos, premiering later this

month.

‘Touch’ is also the first part of a music video trilogy shot by visual artist

Hannah Marshall

, whose

creative direction accentuated Trixie’s impressive performa

nces at Pukkelpop & Lowlands last

summer. Hannah Marshall is known for her black, monochromatic aesthetic and her work with bands

such as The xx, Florence and The Machine, Savages and Goldfrapp. Look out for the

fir

st of three

videos, premiering later this

month.

‘Touch’ is also the first part of a music video trilogy shot by visual artist

Hannah Marshall

, whose

creative direction accentuated Trixie’s impressive performa

nces at Pukkelpop & Lowlands last

summer. Hannah Marshall is known for her black, monochromatic aesthetic and her work with bands

such as The xx, Florence and The Machine, Savages and Goldfrapp. Look out for the

fir

st of three

videos, premiering later this

month.

‘Touch’ is also the first part of a music video trilogy shot by visual artist

Hannah Marshall

, whose

creative direction accentuated Trixie’s impressive performa

nces at Pukkelpop & Lowlands last

summer. Hannah Marshall is known for her black, monochromatic aesthetic and her work with bands

such as The xx, Florence and The Machine, Savages and Goldfrapp. Look out for the

fir

st of three

videos, premiering later this

month.

‘Touch’ is also the first part of a music video trilogy shot by visual artist

Hannah Marshall

, whose

creative direction accentuated Trixie’s impressive performa

nces at Pukkelpop & Lowlands last

summer. Hannah Marshall is known for her black, monochromatic aesthetic and her work with bands

such as The xx, Florence and The Machine, Savages and Goldfrapp. Look out for the

fir

st of three

videos, premiering later this

month.

‘Touch’ is also the first part of a music video trilogy shot by visual artist

Hannah Marshall

, whose

creative direction accentuated Trixie’s impressive performa

nces at Pukkelpop & Lowlands last

summer. Hannah Marshall is known for her black, monochromatic aesthetic and her work with bands

such as The xx, Florence and The Machine, Savages and Goldfrapp. Look out for the

fir

st of three

videos, premiering later this

month.


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