The soft and sensual voice of Robert Francis serenades you from the outset and the emotional significance of this record is immediately evident. These are the first impressions from Francis’ latest record Heaven, technically his fourth release but first as Robert Francis and The Night Tide. -Renowned For Sound

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It’s September 13th and as promised, here is the new video for the first Nous Non Plus single, Bunga Bunga. The video was made by the talented Shane Coffey and it’s sure to have Silvio Berlusconi shaking in his stivali da equitazione.

My Old Kentucky Blog premiered the Max Goldblatt (MGMT, Spoon) directed video for “Bright Light Blue” a song they call “gentle and lovely” off Joachim Cooder’s new record, Love On A Real Train.  Featuring Frank Lyon of Brooklyn band Keepaway, the video was filmed entirely on an iPhone, at a Brooklyn wedding where Lyon didn’t know anyone, and no one knew he was being filmed.

As Stephen Malkmus once memorably sang, “You can never quarantine the past.” But he didn’t say anything about covering it– so L.A. duo Ray & Remora, a.k.a.  Dan Crane and Amanda Walker, have taken on Pavement’s classic “Gold Soundz,” from 1994′s Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain (which coincidentally turns 20 this month, if that doesn’t make you feel like a T-rex.) R&R also grabbed a few famous friends to make cameos in the video for the song, including Malkmus, Kim Gordon, actor Jeff Goldblum, longtime Beastie Boys collaborator Money Mark, Weezer’s Scott Shriner, Inara George of The Bird and the Bee, and Mike Viola of The Candy Butchers. -EW.com