News Updates

New Kramies + Jason Lytle Music Video – ‘Clocks Were All Broken’

March 27th, 2014

Kramies + Jason Lytle - 'Clocks Were All Broken'Hidden Shoal is excited to release the new video for Kramies’ gorgeous track ‘Clocks Were All Broken’ which features the instrumental and production talents of Jason Lytle (Grandaddy). The song’s theme of time standing still is rendered visually by experimental film-maker (and label manager) Cam Merton as a never-ending summer’s day at the beach. As the track’s aching synth melodies and voices echo and fracture, the blurred beachgoers begin to fade and multiply, receding into nothingness. Check the video out at YouTube and Vimeo.

‘Clocks Were All Broken’ is taken from Kramies’ brilliant 2013 EP The Wooden Heart, which features collaboration and production from Jason Lytle and Todd Tobias (Circus Devils,Robert Pollard, Guided By Voices). The EP is available now through Hidden Shoal.

PERTH Track Featured in Stormie Mills Video

March 26th, 2014

Check out this fantastic video piece by Chad Peacock for a public work by the wonderful Stormie Mills as part of Re.Discover Bunbury 2014.  The video features the gorgeous sounds of perth with their track ‘Old At Heart’.

Stormie Mills ‘The Journey’ from Chad Peacock on Vimeo.

Interview with Markus Mehr in Digital in Berlin

March 26th, 2014

Markus Mehr has been a busy man, amidst performing and working with visual artist Stefanie Sixt and putting the last touches on his next album he also found time to sit down with the folks at Digital in Berlin for a chat. Check it out here.


Markus Mehr – ‘Duck Became Swan’

Kramies ‘The Wooden Heart’ Featured on French Compilation

March 26th, 2014

The wonderful French zine A Decouvrir Absolument has just released its latest compilation album (number 31!) featuring the title track from Kramies‘ brilliant 2013 EP The Wooden Heart. Lots of wonderful music collected on this freely downloadable comp so be sure to grab yourself a copy from the album page here.

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