“Chicago’s favorite brother-and-sister duo,” Pitchfork
Posted Monday, January 6th, 2014 at 4:20 pm
Shake Appeal: New Videos From White Mystery, Endless Bummer, Factotum, and Cool Runnings
By Evan Minsker, January 6, 2014 at 08:45 a.m.
Shake Appeal is a column that highlights new garage and garage-adjacent releases. For the first installment of 2014, Evan Minsker features new music videos from Chicago’s White Mystery, Los Angeles’ Endless Bummer, England’s Factotum, and New Zealand’s Cool Runnings.
White Mystery: “Hey Shirley” and “Junglecat” [dir. Thadd Day]
Chicago’s favorite brother-and-sister duo White Mystery are offering two music videos from their 2013 LP Telepathic. Both feature live footage of the band filmed in Austin, Texas (at Trailer Space Records, Beerland, and Hotel Vegas) and directed by Thadd Day. “Hey Shirley” is “Henry Rollins’ favorite song from the Telepathic record”, according to Miss Alex White, and the video features two kids sword fighting.
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