Autolux: “The Science Of Imaginary Solutions” Music Video

If you’ve been a fan of Autolux from their beginnings like I have, you’re aware that they take their sweet ass time doing anything.
There was a 6 years gap between their debut album “Future Perfect” and sophomore release “Transit Transit”.
So with that in mind, may I present to you the first music video from “Transit [...]

Autolux: 2 New Songs (Performed Live) Showing Up Online

Any reasons I have to post anything and everything about my favorite
Art/Experimental/Noise/Shoegaze rock band Autolux I take.
It’s been almost a year now since the release of “Transit Transit”, their
quite underrated sophomore album.
Even I, ardent Autolux fan that I am, took a few listens to REALLY get
into this opus.
But now that it’s been a year since [...]

Autolux 7″ Single The Bouncing Wall / Census Out December 6th

Time for a new release.
They’ve been so prolific as of late (by Autolux standards) trust me you won’t
hear me complain.
A new 7″ vinyl/digital release for the double A-side single “The Bouncing Wall” / “Census”.

1. The Bouncing Wall
2. Census
3. 23 Watt Apple Juice (B-side)
4. Kissproof (Remix By Bobby Evans)
5. Black Leaves (Kill Pixie Art Installation Mix)


Autolux: Live Performance On Live Buzz

How’s about some live Autolux to start your morning.
Shot in The Village studios in Los Angeles, first up, a brief interview conducted by Nic Harcourt (who curates the website) and then performances of “Spots”, “Plantlife”, “Audience No.2″ and “The Science Of Imaginary Solutions”.

Live Buzz Interview With Nic Harcourt

Autolux - “Spots”

Autolux - “Plantlife”

Autolux - “Audience No.2″

Autolux [...]

Autolux Live Performance On KCRW ( October 6th 2010 )

Audience No. 2
The Science of Imaginary Solutions
The Bouncing Wall
Turnstile Blues

An awkwardly painful interview for their live radio debut on yesterday’s
KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic where host Jason Bentley tried with all
is might to get anything out of them but me thinks they had just rolled out
of bed and they were still half awake at that point.
Oh [...]

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