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Music Crush @monkhmer has a new EP! And a new video

Lyrically and melodically majestic, Mon Khmer kicks it off the hook with this video for the title track off their new EP Dreamers.

Shot in India, it is visually stunning. And the music?  This should be the soundtrack to your next seduction session. 

Everything I’d See This Week If I Had Unlimited Time, Money and Hermione’s Time Turner

Tuesday, July 3

Norah Jones at Central Park Summer Stage, NYC

Thursday, July 5

Xylos at le poisson rouge, NYC

Wicked Tomorrow at The Studio at Webster Hall, NYC - CBGB Festival!

Friday, July 6

The So So Glos at Gramercy Theater, NYC - CBGB Festival!

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. - Highline Ballroom, NYC - CBGB Festival!

The Men at Music Hall of Williamsburg, CBGB Festival

Saturday, July 7

Plastiq Passion and Mon Khmer at Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

The Pains of Being Pure at Heart and Cloud Nothings at Central Park Summerstage - CBGB Festival!

Scissor Sisters at Terminal 5, NYC

Sunday, July 8

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah at Beekman Beer Garden - CBGB Festival

My loves @monkhmer. New brilliant single that makes me want to make out in the back of a hazy bar. They are playing @mercuryloungeny tonight!

My New Fave Bands - yost, @homevideoband, @monkhmer - documented in pictures (kind of) from their show @glasslandsgallery

It’s a lovely thing to be surprised and delighted and musically fulfilled, which is what I was on Tuesday. I hoofed it out to Glasslands in BKNY to see the melodic Mon Khmer, whom I’ve been crushing on for months. Their album Passwords is pure bliss. While there I happened to catch Yost and Home Video as well. Such an amazing line-up. All were super-fine.

Yost vacillated between super funky to dreamy to psychedelic. Extra yum. An exclusive interview with musiccrushgirl is in the works. Shit howdy.

Home Video impressed with their solid, pulsing rhythms and David Gross’ ethereal vocals. A little suggestive of Radiohead with more of an electronic humm behind it. Sexy music. Seriously. Find someone right now and get down to it with Home Video’s Automatic Process as your super-hot soundtrack.  ”I Can Make You Feel It” will really make you feel it. Down there. Ahem.

Anyway, I also finally got to see Mon Khmer IRL. The set wasn’t quite as tight as I hoped, but I lurv them anyway. Snagged their album on vinyl. You should too. I also did a little soundclouding, so you, gentle reader, can listen to the first two songs of their set here.  

Shot a few photos. Lighting at Glasslands is ridic. I’m not a magician, people. 



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Content and photos by Shanda Boyett. Copyright 2011