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Watch: Dead Meadow – Here With The Hawk – ft. Michael Horse

Dead Meadow’s latest video for their song “Here With The Hawk” is an acid trip gone bad, set in a run down diner in the middle of the desert. The main guitar riff is your ride through the song – a train rolling in between chaos and beauty. Twin Peaks actor Michael Horse features prominently in the video, bearing a turquoise stone and a magical coffee cup. Be prepared to be spooked. Watch the video below and see Dead Meadow perform at The Echo on Tuesday, June 18th. Tickets here!

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Listen: Joan Releases New Single “One More Touch”

Joan have been releasing music for less than two years, but are already exploding on to the scene with their nostalgia-inducing pop music. The band has one foot in the past and one foot in the future, dipping catchy melodies into a vat of gooey 80’s goodness and polishing until sparkly.  In an interview with Billboard magazine, Joan explains this influence: “I think it comes from [listening to] our parents’ radio station growing up. We both gravitated towards a certain sound, like Michael Jackson, Prince and Don Henley. There’s just something captured in that vibe that is special to me […] What would a 1987 prom sound like?” Their