Radley O’Brien: Playing House in the Woods

From recording artist Radley O’Brien’s forthcoming debut EP, When Your Father Couldn’t Dance, the Luke Temple-produced “Playing House in the Woods” harks back to the emotive undercurrent of alt singer-songwriter music from the ’70s. A bleak but beautiful black and white video accompanies the release, punctuated by architecturally profound moments of decay that marry with the track’s tone. It’s been directed, photographed and edited by Haoyan of America. …

Interview: Art Feynman (Luke Temple) on Music, Art and Isolation

From the premiere of his Trump-centric single, "Not My Guy," to a discussion on artistic intention

Luke Temple (of Here We Go Magic) returns under his Art Feynman moniker for the album Half Price at 3:30, released 26 June on Western Vinyl. Just ahead of the drop, we’re excited to share “Not My Guy,” a song written in the 2016 US election’s aftermath. Temple toyed with rhythm and textures for the delightfully off-kilter tune, which results in a playful take on …

Luke Temple: Wounded Brightness

From his upcoming album Both-And (out this August on Native Cat Recordings), Luke Temple’s song “Wounded Brightness” is exquisitely tranquil. With gentle bossa nova percussion, the song floats along delicately for the most part, but surges beautifully at times—especially at its almost-frenetic final moments. This is Temple’s first solo work since he released music under the Art Feynman moniker two years ago.