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IFC GOES CRAZY COUNTRY WITH NEW BRENT AMAKER AND THE RODEO MUSIC VIDEO

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Look out Seattle this is not your average beard inundated “urban folk” music video. Seattle director Shawn Telford goes all out with “Man in Charge” a genre and mind twisting, dark country tune from Seattle cult band Brent Amaker and the Rodeo. In a flurry of cowboy hats, moustache combs, roller derby girls and Elvis getting lewd under a shower of confetti and strobe lights, this blissfully obscure video would be “eye-of-the-duck” candy to David Lynch himself. Expect the unexpected, even Seattle rapper Tilson from The Saturday Knights laying down rhymes over the spaced-out cowboy beats. You can watch it down yonder pilgrim, but I reckon you might want to full-screen this one.

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THE SATURDAY KNIGHTS’ MUSIC VIDEO ON MTV’S SUBTERRANEAN

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Director Travis Senger’s latest music video, “Count It Off,” with local hip hop group The Saturday Knights, will make its television premiere this week. The project, produced by Michael J. Mouncer, will debut on MTV2’s Subterranean. “Count It Off” includes vintage tube cameras, children, puppets, and hand-drawn animation. The video is on display in Seattle at the Experience Music Project. On August 1st, the band will also be at EMP, performing alongside the video as a special part of the Jim Henson’s Fantastic World exhibit.

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