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1. Theory of a Deadman "So Happy"

  • Published: 2010-04-23T03:30:52+00:00
  • Duration: 255
  • By Shawn Angelski
Theory of a Deadman

Director: Colin Minihan Producer: Shawn Angelski DOP: Stephen Jackson Twin Engine Films Ltd./Roadrunner records/604 Records


2. Emily Rowed - PINBALL

  • Published: 2018-08-26T21:21:56+00:00
  • Duration: 160
  • By Adrian Vieni
Emily Rowed - PINBALL

Official video for Emily Rowed's new single "Pinball", out now on 604 Records. Director: Adrian Vieni DP: Megan Stacey Editor: Joey Whitelaw Art Director: Francesca Maldonado Stylist: Chelsey Mora 1st AC: Asia Heredia 2nd AC: Joe Ashi Key Grip: Huan Manton Gaffer: Nick Morelli Swing: Caleb Zook Producers: Sean Drummond, Chelsea Bo Produced by Wood & Wires Productions, and Paxeros Creative Label: 604 Records


3. DiRTY RADiO - Numbers [Official]

  • Published: 2016-02-11T01:40:44+00:00
  • Duration: 248
  • By TRANSFIXION
DiRTY RADiO - Numbers [Official]

Official Video for DiRTY RADiO "Numbers" Director/Editor/DP: Joseph B. Carlin Video Commissioner: Tyler Bancroft (604 Records) Producer: Transfixion Films Actresses: Emily Reed, Mitzi Akaha, Akira Adel Assistant Director: Brandon Scotland Gaffer: John Barden Make Up: Allison Gretsuk VFX: Joseph B. Carlin & Djordie Pesevski


4. Theory Of A Deadman "Out Of My Head" Acoustic Session

  • Published: 2011-07-15T23:42:49+00:00
  • Duration: 230
  • By 604 Records
Theory Of A Deadman

Theory Of A Deadman stopped by the 604 Records studio the other day and recorded an impromptu acoustic session. NEW ALBUM OUT NOW! http://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/the-truth-is...-special-edition/id442578925 Enjoy!


5. Carly Rae Jepsen - Didn't Come Here to Dance (Audio Only)

  • Published: 2015-06-26T17:50:15+00:00
  • Duration: 221
  • By Mr Dean
Carly Rae Jepsen - Didn't Come Here to Dance (Audio Only)

Didn't Come Here to Dance is the fourteenth track on Carly Rae Jepsen's upcoming third studio album E•MO•TION. It was released on June 24, 2015 in Japan and is set to be released on August 21, 2015 in North America and worldwide through 604, School Boy, and Interscope Records.


6. Kieran Mercer Bang Bang

  • Published: 2015-05-28T20:12:21+00:00
  • Duration: 211
  • By 604 Records
Kieran Mercer Bang Bang

Kieran Mercer "Bang Bang" official music video Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kieranmercermusic?fref=ts 2015 604 Records Inc.


7. Music Video- "Angel by Theory of a Deadman" UNOFFICIAL VIDEO

Music Video-

"Angel by Theory of a Deadman" is an unofficial tribute video to the song "Angel," performed by the group Theory of a Deadman for 604 Records. Filmed at the Bixhorn Technical Center, of the Eastern Long Island Academy of Applied Technology, Suffolk County, NY. April 3, 2015. [CREDITS] Cameramen: Noah Talavera and Matthew Baltar Editor: Noah Talavera Cast: Noah Talavera, Justice Virbalis, Cara Bonpietro, Davi Pena, Kyle Jensen [DISCLAIMER] I do not own the rights to Angel. Angel is owned by 604 Records. This video does not intend to infringe copyright and is only made for educational/entertainment purposes. Hamptons Filmcraft specializes in video editing and production. We offer expert, cost efficient, rapid results for clients worldwide, with projects ranging from commercials, industrials, music videos, private/public/non-profit event documentation and post-production editing. Our Hamptons Filmcraft Youtube Channel is an ongoing compilation of our work. For more information about how your project can benefit from our services, visit www.hamptonsfilmcraftnyc.com or contact us by email or phone at [email protected] / 1 (917) 515-1430. Hamptons Filmcraft NYC - The Hamptons [email protected] www.hamptonsfilmcraftnyc.com New York, USA 1 (917) 515-1430


8. Santa Monica

Santa Monica

"Santa Monica" Theory of a Deadman "Santa Monica" is a single featured on the "Gasoline" album. It was filmed in Vancouver, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles in 2005. It was released as the second single in Canada in June 2005, and as the fourth single in the United States on August 18, 2006. The video was entered in Heavy Rotation in Canada. Brent Fitz was a member of the band Theory of Deadman from 2005 until 2007. Label: Roadrunner/604 Records Writer(s): Tyler Connolly (lyrics) Theory of a Deadman (music)


9. PAFT Week Thank You Video

  • Published: 2012-09-10T13:55:15+00:00
  • Duration: 205
  • By PAFT Alpha
PAFT Week Thank You Video

PAFT-A Thank You video for PAFT Week 2012! Credit goes to Carly Rae Jepsen and 604 Records for the song used in this video.


10. The Katherines - Cherry Lips (Official Music Video)

  • Published: 2015-06-25T02:03:45+00:00
  • Duration: 289
  • By Lon Gross
The Katherines - Cherry Lips (Official Music Video)

Director - Lon Gross Producer - Shutter House Films Production Manager - Kyra Wittkopf DP - Lon Gross AD - Julian Plimley Editor - Lon Gross Gaffer – Matt Brascia Styling - Marchel B. Eang & Saul Alviar Hair & Makeup - Candice D. Johnson Music Credit - The Katherines (Kate Kurdyak, Lauren Kurdyak, Kaitlyn Hansen-Boucher) Record Label - 604 Records Watch on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I-DDVFd-VwU


11. Cherry Lips - The Katherines

  • Published: 2015-09-23T01:30:54+00:00
  • Duration: 259
  • By Lon Gross
Cherry Lips - The Katherines

Director - Lon Gross DP - Lon Gross Starring - Kate Kurdyak, Lauren Kurdyak, Kaitlyn Hansen-Boucher, Clayton Dupuis, Liam McKee-Wright. Producer - Shutter House Films Production Manager - Kyra Wittkopf AD - Julian Plimley Editor - Lon Gross Gaffer – Matt Brascia Styling - Marchel B. Eang & Saul Alviar Hair & Makeup - Candice D. Johnson Music Credit - The Katherines Record Label - 604 Records


12. Dani and Lizzy - Dancing in the Sky

  • Published: 2019-01-14T09:39:01+00:00
  • Duration: 236
  • By LMP Jansen
Dani and Lizzy - Dancing in the Sky

Music video by Dani and Lizzy performing Dancing in the Sky. (C) 2016 604 Records Inc.


13. Cherry Lips - Music Video

  • Published: 2016-01-29T23:37:27+00:00
  • Duration: 223
  • By Lon Gross
Cherry Lips - Music Video

Director: Lon Gross DP: Lon Gross Producer: Shutter House Films Label: 604 Records Editor: Lon Gross


14. Time to Unwind - We Need Surgery

  • Published: 2011-12-10T00:03:19+00:00
  • Duration: 270
  • By aweh.tv
Time to Unwind - We Need Surgery

'Time to Unwind' by We Need Surgery, from their forthcoming debut album (604 Records/ Light Organ Records) Directed, shot, and edited by Ross Townshend. Featuring Dann Gaymer.


15. Marianas Trench - Havent had enough (lyrics on screen)

  • Published: 2011-07-19T12:53:21+00:00
  • Duration: 212
  • By Jo_Coyote
Marianas Trench - Havent had enough (lyrics on screen)

2:42 ... my fav part... I own nothing I am not making any money nor do I own any of these clips or the music. No copyright infringement intended. All rights go to Marianas Trench & 604 Records


16. Victoria Shaw - Networking

Victoria Shaw - Networking

Victoria Shaw's songs have been staples on the charts since the early 90s. Victoria's No.1 compositions include Garth Brooks' "The River" and "She’s Every Woman," Ricky Martin's "So’lo Quiero Amarte," Doug Stone's "Too Busy In Love.” Jim Brickman's "Sending A Little Christmas" and "I Love The Way You Love Me" (ACM Song of the 1993, recorded by John Michael Montgomery and Boyzone). Other hits include the Ricky Martin/Christina Aguilera's duet "Nobody Wants To Be Lonely" and the Garth Brooks/Trisha Yearwood duet "Where The Road Leads." In 1992, Victoria was signed to Warner/Reprise Records where she released two critically acclaimed albums. Victoria is passionately involved with many charities, including the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. As a matter of fact, in 1998, she wrote and executive-produced the song "One Heart At A Time” featuring the vocals of Garth Brooks, Olivia Newton-John, Billy Dean, Michael McDonald, Neal McCoy, Faith Hill and Bryan White. Victoria generously donated all of her writer/publisher proceeds to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. In 1999 Victoria launched Taffeta Records and released her third cd, OLD FRIENDS, NEW MEMORIES. Victoria has had four of her songs nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Song. In 1998-1999, she won the Emmy in this category with "This Is Our Moment" which was featuring on the daytime drama, As the World Turns, co-written with Earl Rose and Olivia Newton-John. In 1999-2000 she was awarded her second Emmy in the same category for the song "When I Think Of You", which was featured on long-running daytime drama, One Live to Live." Victoria has also performed throughout the world, including opening for Garth Brooks at his legendary concert in Central Park, played the London Palladium twice, and, more recently has been doing tour dates with Jim Brickman. Hot off her success from Lady Antebellum's self-titled debut, Victoria Shaw returned to the studio in 2009 to work on the upcoming release for Canadian country music star Jessie Farrell. Her album titled "Good, Bad & Pretty Things" will be released October 6, 2009 on 604 Records. Victoria and her daughters made a special cameo in Sarah Buxton's "Outside My Window," which is in heavy rotation at GAC and is Top 30 on Billboard's Hot Country Single's Chart.


17. Victoria Shaw - Co-writing

Victoria Shaw - Co-writing

Victoria Shaw's songs have been staples on the charts since the early 90s. Victoria's No.1 compositions include Garth Brooks' "The River" and "She’s Every Woman," Ricky Martin's "So’lo Quiero Amarte," Doug Stone's "Too Busy In Love.” Jim Brickman's "Sending A Little Christmas" and "I Love The Way You Love Me" (ACM Song of the 1993, recorded by John Michael Montgomery and Boyzone). Other hits include the Ricky Martin/Christina Aguilera's duet "Nobody Wants To Be Lonely" and the Garth Brooks/Trisha Yearwood duet "Where The Road Leads." In 1992, Victoria was signed to Warner/Reprise Records where she released two critically acclaimed albums. Victoria is passionately involved with many charities, including the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. As a matter of fact, in 1998, she wrote and executive-produced the song "One Heart At A Time” featuring the vocals of Garth Brooks, Olivia Newton-John, Billy Dean, Michael McDonald, Neal McCoy, Faith Hill and Bryan White. Victoria generously donated all of her writer/publisher proceeds to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. In 1999 Victoria launched Taffeta Records and released her third cd, OLD FRIENDS, NEW MEMORIES. Victoria has had four of her songs nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Song. In 1998-1999, she won the Emmy in this category with "This Is Our Moment" which was featuring on the daytime drama, As the World Turns, co-written with Earl Rose and Olivia Newton-John. In 1999-2000 she was awarded her second Emmy in the same category for the song "When I Think Of You", which was featured on long-running daytime drama, One Live to Live." Victoria has also performed throughout the world, including opening for Garth Brooks at his legendary concert in Central Park, played the London Palladium twice, and, more recently has been doing tour dates with Jim Brickman. Hot off her success from Lady Antebellum's self-titled debut, Victoria Shaw returned to the studio in 2009 to work on the upcoming release for Canadian country music star Jessie Farrell. Her album titled "Good, Bad & Pretty Things" will be released October 6, 2009 on 604 Records. Victoria and her daughters made a special cameo in Sarah Buxton's "Outside My Window," which is in heavy rotation at GAC and is Top 30 on Billboard's Hot Country Single's Chart.


18. Cross My Heart (Live on 6-27-15)

  • Published: 2015-11-01T02:23:39+00:00
  • Duration: 210
  • By hipintrovert
Cross My Heart (Live on 6-27-15)

Saw Marianas Trench on June 27th at the Chicago House of Blues and it was a dream! I do not own this song, all rights go to Marianas Trench, Cherry Tree Record, and 604 records, I just did the video recording. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.


19. The Zolas - The Great Collapse

  • Published: 2010-01-04T21:55:35+00:00
  • Duration: 209
  • By 604 Records
The Zolas - The Great Collapse

604 Records presents one of their bands, The Zolas! There’s something happening on the west coast. Whether it’s in the air, the water, or the drugs, a pool of talent has formed around the notion that you can have your pop and eat it too, with brainy, prog-influenced weird-beards like Bend Sinister and arcane psycho-confectioners Mother Mother demonstrating that musical complexity can still be hummable. Commercial, even. Throw the Zolas into the picture and dammit – you might even call it a scene! Not that it’s ever been a concern to long-term musical partners Zach Gray and Tom Dobrzanski, who established their gifts for intricate songcraft three years ago under the name Lotus Child. Since then, the duo has finessed its formula into something even busier yet no less direct, filling their new album Tic Toc Tic with hairpin turns, schizoid tonal shifts, multiple parts, and a sort of cabaret strut. Miraculously, between New Pornographers vet Howard Redekopp’s unfinicky production and the clarity of Gray and Dobrzanski’s vision, Tic Toc Tic works like a charm. Complex without being alienating, it aims equally and with dead-eyed precision for the head, heart, and groin. Guitarist-vocalist Gray hits on the twin poles that define Tic Toc Tic when he reveals an equal passion for the visceral Scandinavian dream pop of Mew, whose influence is obvious, and the classic music hall rag of the Kinks, whose influence is anything but. Not on first listen, anyway, though the presence of Ray Davies is felt in Gray’s lyrics. Particularly when he turns his attention to the mundane, like the character in “You’re Too Cool” who wrestles with his vulnerability at Vancouver’s hipster HQ the Biltmore. Or the confessional “Body Ash”, which documents a relationship on the ropes. The directness of its sentiment echoes what Gray describes as Davies’ “populism”. “The first words in ‘Body Ash’ are ‘my balls’,” he laughs. “Literally. I’m not hiding behind any metaphors.” Soundwise, Gray says he was aiming for “self-conscious Jeff Buckley”, which also goes some way towards describing a lot of the music on Tic Toc Tic. Boxing the listener with their virtuosity right off the top, opener “You’re Too Cool” is six minutes of fortified waltz-time piano dissolving into what Gray characterizes as an “anti-chorus”. “The Great Collapse” is swaggering and deceptively sunny power-pop for apocalyptic future scenarios. “Marlaina Kamikaze” bounces between big band stickwork from drummer Ali Siadat, braying trumpet, and a decadent stride-piano breakdown. Meanwhile, “You Better Watch Out” has Gray anguishing over a cute girl on a bus while cascading piano arpeggios and Aidan Knight’s hyperactive bass push his suffering to operatic levels of high drama. “Queen of Relax” is featherlite prog, and “Cab Driver” somehow contrives to be both the most straightforward number on Tic Toc Tic, and the most demanding. “It’s the most fun to play,” says Dobrzanski, who caps the song with a libidinous boogie-woogie throwdown sizzling enough to give “Honky Cat” era Elton a case of pianist envy. “It’s a rock-out,” he continues. “I like the athleticism involved in parts of it. It’s actually work.” If “Cab Driver” finds the Zolas in an almost conventional mood, “I’ve Got Leeches” and album closer “Pyramid Scheme” both explore the fringes of the songwriting team’s expanding universe. Gray describes the first as “baroque” and “Bowie-esque”, while the latter, he admits perhaps a little freely, “is the track where we don’t care if anyone ever listens to it.” As such, it includes what Gray calls “a vaguely Maori, haunted house, war chant section.” Deadpans Dobrzanski, “That moment might come across as a bit out there.” In truth, Tic Toc Tic is a little out there from bar one to its closing outburst of unbound inspiration. Perhaps it has something to do with the duo’s seasoned friendship – they met as choirboys in Grade 9 – or a working relationship that begins with Gray broadstroking ideas and passing them along to Dobrzanski, his classical musically inclined “details guy”. Whatever alchemical thing lies beneath the sparkling progressive pop of Tic Toc Tic, the partnership has made its great leap forward. It’s our job to catch up. And we should consider it a pleasure.


20. Oakalla - Mr.Smith

  • Published: 2010-01-20T19:22:10+00:00
  • Duration: 244
  • By 604 Records
Oakalla - Mr.Smith

Family is more than genetics for Oakalla. Two brothers and a first cousin are at the band’s core. A pair of good friends make up the numbers in a democratic five-piece. Like all such nuclear units, they’re equally adept at kicking each other’s asses and watching each other’s backs. In private, they laugh and clown, battle and reconcile. Come showtime, they’re a united front. Unpretentious. Take-it-or-leave-it real. A rock band: Nothing more or less. Oakalla is Josh Hlookoff (guitar), Matt Lebedoff (vocals), Jason Milne (guitar), Jonas Hlookoff (drums) and Jed Scharf (bass). Pigeonholing them is neither easy nor necessary. Their constantly evolving sound is rooted but not rootsy contemporary rock’n’roll that shifts from high-tempo drive to west-coast laidback, often within the same track. Their songs blend humour and plainspoken passion, gritty realism and spirited edge. Don’t ask them to describe their music or namecheck their myriad influences because they honestly haven’t given it a lot of thought. Listen to their 604 Records debut. Watch the live show. Decide for yourself. Produced and mixed by Warne Livesey (Matthew Good, The The) and Dave Ogilvie (Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson) with single-song production contributions from Terry Murray (Shocore) and Dave Carswell/John Collins (New Pornographers, Tegan and Sara), the self-titled album has two distinct faces. The first half is packed with driving, melodic rock songs built around a heady mix of electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards and big choruses. Lead track “War” views conflict through the eyes of a soldier haunted by a friendly fire incident. “Big Stick” alludes to the gray areas of U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. “Give It” is an ode to carnal lust, plain and simple. The album’s second half “rides off into the sunset with the mellower stuff,” explains Josh, who writes solo with a guitar before everyone steps in to reshape his work for a band context. Echoes of country, folk and Americana filter through. “Cold Cold Wind” deals with an absentee father. “Mr. Smith” and “Darlene” raise bemused middle fingers to a boss and ex-girlfriend respectively. “Take Me Home” reconnects the family vibe and brings the disc to a warm acoustic close. Flashback 20 years to a close-knit family atmosphere where multi-generational sing-alongs are the norm and music is as natural as breathing. Barely out of kindergarten, Josh and Jonas are given musical instruments for Christmas, then get hooked on their older brother’s LP collection. Along with cousin Matt, they decide they’ll one day form a band, jump into a beat-up van and tour ‘til they drop. That day finally dawns in 2003 when the Hlookoffs recruit Matt as the lead singer for their new band The Solution. They quickly develop a dedicated following in Vancouver, win a battle-of-the-bands competition, open for acts like Billy Talent, The Offspring and Finger Eleven, and sign with 604 Records. As the prospect of stepping forward onto national and international stages beckons, they decide to drop their old name in favor of a new handle laden with intense personal meaning. The lyrics and even the name Oakalla reflect the influence and values of their Russian Doukhobor ancestry (the anti-war themes being an example of the former, and the latter being the name of the prison where their grandfather was incarcerated for burning down a barn in protest of the assimilation of Doukhobor society into mainstream Canadian society). “Oakalla means something profound to us if nobody else,” says Jonas. “It’s our way of honouring our gramps.” Adds Josh: “We’re proud of our heritage but we’re not religious guys. Like a lot of people, we’re anti-authoritarian to a certain degree and I consider myself a pacifist. I wrote ‘War’ because I know guys who’ve been to Afghanistan and Bosnia. But I’m writing as an observer. It’s no big deal really. We’re not trying to change the world.” Wrestling with and embodying their own brand of rock’n’roll spirit is another matter entirely. “Playing music is the simplest and best way we know how to express ourselves from the heart and the gut,” says Josh. “We’ve been building towards this moment for a long time.” Or as Matt describes it, “We’re hungry and restless and ready to go. I can’t wait to tour behind the album and get up there on stage night after night after night.