Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Two new videos outta Australia!

The first comes from Melbourne-based favorite Total Control, a video for "Flesh War" off this year's fantastic electro-post-punk album Typical System.



The second comes from Ilias, an Australian/Algerian Sydney-based solo artist making good use of IMAX footage who claims an influence in Ennio Morricone, and who will surely appeal to fans of John Frusciante. The following comes from this year's All the Way Up.



In addition, the artist known as Ilias has kindly written the following:

Before the curtain is pulled, I decided to donate ALL PROCEEDS from future sales of my music towards helping the refugee & humanitarian crisis in Syria. With winter coming, 7 million displaced & 3.5 million refugees scattered overseas, this is one of the worst human tragedy in decades & they certainly need the money more than I do. 

You can help by buying one of my albums directly on my site: http://ilias.bandcamp.com/ 

Music for you = help for them. ALL MY SALES until the end of the year will be donated to the UNHCR relief effort. You can also learn more on the situation & donate directly by visiting the UNHCR site

Peace,
Ilias

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