Hanni El Khatib: Family

Sally Shapiro, Atoms For Peace, Hanni El Khatib and more in our weekly music recap

We brightened up a cold, rainy Wednesday in NYC with a little fun from the young Chicago rockers Twin Peaks, whose video for “Stand In The Sand” has us eagerly anticipating the carefree days of summer. The rebellious band of teenagers are already carving out a name for themselves with their self-recorded album Sunken, and their lo-fi sound is surely going to be a hit …

Atoms For Peace: Ingenue

Sally Shapiro, Atoms For Peace, Hanni El Khatib and more in our weekly music recap

Before turning to music full time, Hanni El Khatib was the talented creative director behind cult skateboard label Huf, and it’s easy to see both his artistic background and penchant for the Thrasher side of life in the video for “Family.” Directed by Nick Walker, the “Wild Asian Motorcycle Sex Gang” concept feels like the perfectly salacious visual tale for El Khatib’s gritty, garage rock …

Husbands: Dream

Sally Shapiro, Atoms For Peace, Hanni El Khatib and more in our weekly music recap

We couldn’t help but immediately add a second #ListenUp track to Thursday when Atoms For Peace released their video for “Ingenue,” which is seemingly a follow-up to Thom Yorke’s conceptual dance video for the Radiohead song Lotus Flower. Enlisting the same team—choreographer Wayne McGregor and director Garth Jennings—this time Yorke has a partner, contemporary dancer Fukiko Takase. Donning matching three-piece suits, the two oddly pirouette …