Youtube Exclusive: Mind Shrine | Sun Sap | Luke Paige

Mind Shrine

Mind Shrine is a mixed and muddled up group of indie rockers out of Houston, Texas.

“Sad TV” is a brand new track off of their upcoming EP — that is set to release this Spring in the brand new year of our lord, 2019.

The track is a lo-fi, yet a harmless lackadaisical medley emitting emotions of earnest angst in the midst of a godlike monster.

The music video feels more like a fuzzy dream on a warm summer night than it really does — our lucid reality. We hope to hear more from this radically cool band very soon.

Sun Sap

As Santa Clause and the Christmas spirit fades in the rearview, Sun Sap is off on a beach somewhere getting twisted and pondering upon the deeper intricacies of life.

“Santa… Are You My Real Dad” takes one back to a simpler time — and reminds us all that we’re never too old to just sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.

I saw the the pagan season of my generation destroyed — now heathen is just the thing, but the flowering tree that’s really berried — above all others is the holly of holiday spirit.

Are you upset by how baccate it is? Does it tear you apart to see the holly so coniferous?

Our brothers from down under deliver us poetic words of Christmas cheer — in a time when we are becoming more and more detached from the warm nostalgic glow of reality.

Luke Paige

Luke Paige is an artist from New York — working on his second album, Man to God.

His new album reminisces upon the growing pains of love and loss, and the cruel reality of human suffering amidst the lingering question of a higher power, and God.

Visually, the short film is hopelessly inspired by iconoclastic imagery of monotheistic proportions.

The music video was shot in a Gramercy cathedral in the wee hours of the morning. The track is a wonderfully soulful medley concerning the difficult growing pains of love, and the reality of the ever-ticking time bomb.

“We are like butterflies who flutter for a day and think it is forever.” — Sagan


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Charles Johnson

Independent journalist from Far West Texas.