New Music Videos from ASHRR, Dennis J. Leise, and Katmaz | Client Roundup – December 18, 2019

New This Week: “All Yours All Mine (Darker Days Mix)” and “Don’t Wait Too Long” music videos from ASHRR, plus new videos from Dennis J. Leise and Katmaz

Here it is… after another incredible year, this is our last recap blog of 2019! Our newest HIP Picks – Weekly Client Roundup is here- take a look at the videos above, and learn more about each clip by clicking on the links below.

“Nobody’s Comin'” Music Video: Dennis J. Leise (Country/Gospel)

From the hustle and bustle of Chicago to his current home of Gary, Indiana, Dennis J. Leise is taking the road… never before traveled, with the first-ever Atheist gospel songs. “Nobody’s Comin'”, the first single off his latest full length State of Fairs, opens up in classic hymnal form. For the video, he teamed up with HIP Video Productions and director Rob Fitzgerald, and they shot at places like the notable abandoned City Methodist Church. Check out the premiere on DittyTV here!

“All Yours All Mine (Darker Days Mix)” Music Video: ASHRR (Industrial/rock)

ASHRR channel the essential weirdness of Southern California, and have become a favorite of sites like BuzzbandsLA. They’ve found a kindred spirit and perfect collaborator in video director Keith Musil (Kid Moxie, The Kooks, Tennis), who shares their aesthetic. “All Yours All Mine” is the newest clip he’s shot for the band, and it’s a pure expression of the uncertainty and mystery in ASHRR’s music.

“Don’t Wait Too Long” Music Video: ASHRR (Industrial/rock)

The synthesizer pulses, ominous vocals, and relentless beats in ASHRR’s music might allude to Krautrock and Berlin-era Bowie, but there’s something quintessentially California about their sound. For “Don’t Wait Too Long”, they’ve again teamed up with Keith Musil. This time, the clip follows a fetching but spectral woman around the sun-beaten streets of Crestline and Lake Gregory, a mountain town not far from San Bernardino.

“Alone (with me)” Music Video: Katmaz (Indie/rock/pop)

Katmaz makes funky folk-pop, but there’s nothing predictable about his music. For the video for “Alone (with me)”, which he wrote and directed himself, he’s headed to McCarren Park in Williamsburg – the Brooklyn neighborhood right in the middle of New York’s famed independent rock scene. But midway through the video, he’s lifted far above Brooklyn, where he plays guitar in the stars with a pair of puppets.


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