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New Tycho & Memoryhouse

I’m really excited to announce the early release of Tycho’s new album “Dive.” CD, vinyl, and direct download available over at the to ISO50 Shop. So far, I’ve ran through the album three or four times and I can’t get enough. This new music from Tycho has been long awaited and has far from disappointed. Looks like I’ll have my music set for my autumn/winter design sessions.

Visit ISO50 for more info.

I am also super excited for “The Years” EP by Memoryhouse which was just released late last month. The video above is a full stream of the EP with new and unreleased visuals by Jamie Harley. Jamie does a wonderful job capturing the emotion and feel of the music in the visuals with the dreamy, washed out, and psychedelic imagery. I’m really anxious for the full length LP now.

Also worth viewing: Quiet America by Memoryhouse.

Visit Memoryhouse.se for more info.


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Neil Krug

Pulp Art Book

Pulp Art Book

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Photos from Pulp Art Book a collaboration between supermodel Joni Harbeck and photographer Neil Krug.




Below are images of Krug’s Invisible Pyramid Film

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Invisible Pyramid is Neil Krug’s feature film starring Kalee Forsythe and Ainsley Burke. The movie focuses on the two escaping the loss of a loved one in search for an answer to their ambivalence.  The release is set later this fall.


Below are images shot for Ladytron







Check out Ladytron’s Tomorrow music video shot by Neil Krug:



I  was just looking at ffffound earlier and I found a photo by Neil Krug, I read an interview, went to flickr, and blew up into a billion pieces and was reconstructed by Krug himself. His work is really breathtaking and I made this guy my official favorite photographer. His work is very dreamlike, nostalgic, psychedelic, vintage, and unbelievable.


I think it all has to do with my influences over the last couple years. I am a huge fan of 70s Giallo cinema and the Leone spaghetti westerns of the late sixties. The music and disposition of that era is comforting to me in a lot of ways. I’m probably trying to recreate that to some degree.

-fecalface interview with Krug

Neil Krug isn’t really the photoshop kind of guy…he uses cameras like: Polaroid Land Automatic 100, Spectra ProCam, Mamiya 600 SE, One Step, SX-70, i-zone, Pronto RF, Lubitel 166 B, Holga, Colorburst 350, Brownie target Six-16, Exa Jhagee Dresden, Pentax Spotmatic, Regula Sprinty 300, and a gang of Nikons and Canons.


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