The fine folks at SPIN recently debuted the new video for Conveyor’s “Mammal Food”, which was directed by Zach Fleming and features trippy sleepwalking dude munching on broken glass and doughnuts.  The track is off their recently released limited edition 7”, of which there’s a few copies left and you can grab one for yourself here.

Alphabet Bands recently named “Annabelle” by Young Hunting the #4 track of 2013!  The track is off Hazel, their debut LP.  We still have a few copies of the limited edition 12” available here.  Video above courtesy of DTLA Live.

Here’s what Alphabet Bands had to say on the track:

One of the greatest pieces of musical storytelling we heard all year came from Los Angeles quintet, Young Hunting. The standout track of a wondrously understated and gorgeous debut album, “Annabelle” might just be one of the most heartwrenchingly beautiful things we’ve ever heard. There are no extraneous flourishes; no flamboyances and each detail augments the narrative of the lyrics and aural caresses of the musical arrangements. The drumbeat acts as harbinger of the woe to come, a slowed down take on the drums that would precede an execution, and the trumpets which join as denouement is reached are a mournful lament for the loss experienced. It sounds divine, gentle melodies and almost imperceptible nuances within that stir your soul and send your heartstrings reverberating like crazy.

Monster Rally recently put together an amazing mix, this time for the fine folks at MTV Hive.  His new album, Return to Paradise, is out now as a limited edition 12” and digitally.
On Monster Rally’s exclusive guest mix for MTV Hive, we find Feighan spinning roughly an hour of upbeat and relaxed jams. He’s put together a “collection of some of my favorite funk, hip-hop, soul, African jazz, early prog-rock, California surf, highlife and garage,” he told Hive.

Monster Rally recently put together an amazing mix, this time for the fine folks at MTV Hive.  His new album, Return to Paradise, is out now as a limited edition 12” and digitally.

On Monster Rally’s exclusive guest mix for MTV Hive, we find Feighan spinning roughly an hour of upbeat and relaxed jams. He’s put together a “collection of some of my favorite funk, hip-hop, soul, African jazz, early prog-rock, California surf, highlife and garage,” he told Hive.