The guys in Heroes for Popular Wars describe themselves as two musicians, a video artist and a MFA candidate at Pratt, who live in Brooklyn, trying to make gauzy but hooky, electro-acoustic music. We improv a lot with computers, mix choruses with dance-y beats, use found sound collages and processed-to-the-hilt guitars and try to use volume and noise as well as notes to move people.” Oh post-modernism, where did we go wrong? Still, I’m digging their sound and this video is pretty cool in a lo-fi sort of way.

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