Friday, January 18, 2013

Western Medication Debuts Vid via Stereogum; Meth Dad's Weird Album Trailer; Andrew Combs' Attic Extra Performance [Vidsy Bits]

Posted By on Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 12:45 PM

* Last month, we shared with you locals Western Medication's fast, furious, no-nonsense track "Big City." The tune is from their EP The Painted World, which they'll be releasing tomorrow at Mt. Swag — as we just mentioned — alongside Clear Plastic Masks and some others. Well, the gang of garage punks recently debuted their one-minute-and-change video for "Big City" via Stereogum, and it's got some NYC skyline and some overexposed, washed-out footage of WM rocking and rolling. Watch that above.

* As critically picked by Stephen "Goose" Trageser, Murfreesboro party monster Tyler Walker will do his Meth Dad thing tomorrow at 12th & Porter alongside The Joy of Painting and some others. Not only that, but the electro-pop weirdo will also release his new album Posi Vibes on Tuesday, Jan. 22. If you like costumes and synthesizers and freakz and, well, posi vibes, then bounce on after the jump to see Meth Dad's Posi Vibes album trailer. "There's, like, costumes everywhere." Dig it.

* And finally, I'm sure you recall the Attic Sessions, yes? It's War Memorial's performance series. In addition to posting full and proper sessions from the likes of, like, Ponderosa and William Beckett, they also recently just shared an "Attic Extra": It's local trad.-country-influenced songster Andrew Combs doing his tune "Please Please Please" solo style. That one's after the jump as well, so get on it.

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