Anyway Records Archive: Video

The Kyle Sowashes’ Mug and Brush Session

The Kyle Sowashes recently recorded a performance of “King Shit of Fuck Mountain,” from their new Everybody album, for The Mug and Brush Sessions, a music video series filmed at Jim Morris’ Mug & Brush Barbershop, which is located a stone’s throw away from the Anyway world headquarters in Columbus. Check it out below.

The Kyle Sowashes’ “King Shit of Fuck Mountain” video

New Connections video, album out tomorrow

This past week Connections released another video to promote their new album, Into Sixes, which comes out tomorrow. The Stephen Tringali–directed video for “Cruise Control” was featured at The Chicago Reader and The Agit Reader and can be viewed above.

Connections release “Beat the Sky” video

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This past week Connections released a video for “Beat the Sky” from their forthcoming third album, Into Sixes, due out on August 19. The video, which you can watch below, was premiered by Ghettoblaster Magazine and featured on Stereogum  and The Agit Reader. It was filmed at Columbus campus institution Mama’s Pasta and Brew by Jake Housh of Anyway alumni Moviola and features a cameo from another Columbus institution, Ron House of Anyway alumni Thomas Jefferson Slave Apartments.

The band will be celebrating their new album in Columbus tonight (August 1) at Kafe Kerouac, with locals Day Creeper and The Gotobeds from Pittsburgh. The album is available for pre-order from Midheaven, Insound, and Amazon. Next month, Connections will be appearing at this year’s Goner Fest.

St. Lenox performs new song

St. Lenox will be finishing up law school this year just in time for the release of his debut record. When not studying, he still manages to play live in New York. Below is a video of him performing a new song, “New York Speaks Softly,” at Unplugged Mondays, an open mic event that takes place at the East Village location of Bareburger (who, by the way, we hear makes a damn good burger and will be opening up shop in Columbus this year).

Connections’ new video for “That’s All”

Here’s the video for “That’s All,” a new song from Connections slated for an upcoming release on Hozac Records. The video was produced at the Columbus Museum of Art’s Center for Creativity. As part of the January edition of the museum’s Connector Series, visitors to the museum were invited to create a rock ‘n’ roll persona and help produce this video.

WV White debut set for release on Anyway

Over the past year, one excellent band after another has taken root and sprouted in Columbus, and perhaps one of the finest is WV White. The band caught our eye when they opened for The Kyle Sowashes, and they have since melded into a sonic juggernaut, albeit one with copious amounts of cough syrup and PBR. Sounding somewhat like a tripped-out Nikki Sudden and the Jacobites via “Morrison Hotel,” the band is astounding live. They are finishing up their debut album to be released on Anyway in 2014. You can read an interview with the band at The Agit Reader and in the meantime check out this video of the band performing last year:

Watch the trailer for Winter Makes Sailors’ debut album

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Watch Connections’ new video for “Miller’s Grove”

Connections cover The Kinks at Anyway 20th Anniversary Celebration

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