No Matt Damon (which is a shame), but add Jeremy Renner and Edward Norton. I’m definitely still watching this.
We are happy to announce our first compilation! It will be available at our Bandcamp MAY 3. It is made up by some of our favorite artists that so happen to be our friends too. Some of these artists have given us songs from upcoming albums, B-sides, new songs recorded for this compilation, & latest songs. You get to hear the unreleased material on this compilation first!
We are impressed by the willingness of these artists to share their craft in support of bringing relief to Japan. Thank you artists, we are humbled by your gift, we’ll do our hardest to maximize it for Japan!
NOTE: For those of you who would like to help LGC spread the word of this special compilation here’s a couple things you can do:
1) Copy the code & put it on your blog(s) (let us know so we can push your blog too!)
2) Copy this link into a tweet: http://www.vimeo.com/23030944
3) Tweet about the bandcamp :http://legrandcru.bandcamp.com/
4) Tell a friend & tell them to tell a friend
5) Repeat steps as often as you want, and especially on the release date MAY 3!
FIELD NOTES recently did a ltd. black cover letter press version of their handy notebooks. They’re all gone already, but this dreamy video captures the whole process, TOTALLY geeking out on it. YUM
I always am inspired to create when I put Feist on or watch a live performance of hers. Her work is a supreme craft that is unmatched. On December 7 she is releasing “Look at What the Light Did Now”, a documentary on the journey of writing/recording/supporting her album ‘The Reminder’. The trailer sneaks us a peak of some intimate behind the scenes ingredients that swarm together to reveal a glimpse of the gusto that’s behind her creative process. I’m gitty about this.
Remember the story about the man who cut off his own hand in order to survive? Danny Boyle, who also directed Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire directs this new movie telling that story.