We’ve been teasing this for months and are finally happy to show you our video for Am I Crazy? feat. Alisha Roney. We spent countless hours shooting, planning, and executing a concept that fit the mood and vibe of the song and worked with Zia Mohajerjasbi to bring that vision to life. The video culminates with a 20ft x 25ft mosaic comprised of 600 print photographs that come together for a crazy reveal at the end. We hope you’ll enjoy it!
“Play It Off” from our new album Digital Wildlife. The album itself, will be available December 13, 2013. Tickets for The Physics Digital Wildlife Album Release on December 21, 2013 are sale now: thecrocodile.com/event/417293
We got a chance to see Tangerine a few times in concert this year and were immediately drawn in by their melodic sounds, catchy vocals and traces of rock and R&B influence in their music. They draw on some of the same sources of inspiration we tapped into while working on Digital Wildlife and we knew their addition to the bill would help create the diverse concert experience we feel represents our new project.
Probably not the type of behavior the guy in the picture in the background would approve of in his library but that’s why we love this dude. S/o to Nick Beeba who will be spinning at our Digital Wildlife album release show 12/21 at The Croc!
Tickets are available now at http://www.thecrocodile.com/event/417293
We re-upped on our classic Sonics style tees! Order now and we’ll throw in a couple Physics stickers with each purchase! thephysics.bigcartel.com
Big thanks to Justin Frick for putting together some highlights from our August 31, 2013 performance at Bumbershoot Music Festival. We had a blast!
We’re excited to release Am I Crazy?, the first single from our album, Digital Wildlife, out 12/13/13. Here are a few words about Digital Wildlife:
Digital Wildlife is about the relationship between digital and analog. Today, our lives take place so much within the digital domain, but our humanness rears itself throughout. The production and recording follow the same theme: we’re mixing electronic sounds and analog production elements, and we’re recording the album digitally, later to be bounced to analog tape.
Portrait of Thig for this month’s Seattle Metropolitan Magazine. Photo by Brandon Hill