Local Frames is a weekly column spotlighting the best new music videos featuring musicians and directors with Minnesota ties.
This week we kick things off with a fresh, raucous new video from Prissy Clerks, who just celebrated their first ever live appearance in New York City, and are now starting ... More >>
In addition to the terrific slate of music-related films and documentaries that Sound Unseen has scheduled for their 2012 festival, organizers have also just released their eclectic music lineup for this year's festivities. All of these scheduled performances are 21 and absolutely free, and are set ... More >>
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Photo by Adam DegrossI think we can all agree that local modern rockabilly outfit Reckless Ones kick sufficient ass. The Minneapolis three piece has a steadfast and sincere quality bred into their sound, they look to be a hardworking bunch. They also seem to have a '50s b-film penchant for the ma ... More >>
As we reported a couple months back, area director Justin Staggs was selected as part of an online contest to create the latest video for the Foo Fighters, "Back and Forth." Filmed right here in Minneapolis, "Back and Forth" premiered today on the Foo's website, and you can watch it below.
Three talented and fortunate Minnesota filmmakers have been chosen
to create a new music video for the Foo Fighters. Director Justin
Staggs and producers Ben Katz and Shane Nelson are currently in
pre-production for a video for "Back And Forth," a song from the Foo's hotly anticipated
forthcoming ... More >>
Local Britpop purveyors take their love of old-fashioned, Fab-Four inspired melodies to the extreme in their new black and white video for "You Want To," which we're happy to debut right here on Gimme Noise. Directed by Justin Staggs, the video features cameos by members of keyboard player Eric L ... More >>