curated by Devin Tait
2022 - Directed by Jasten King
"Sistere" was written by Amy Crosby, Brandon Strecker and Devin Tait. It is the first single of the forthcoming album "Damn Skippy Baby," made up of previously unreleased recordings over the past 15 years. The video depicts former band members/associates gathering to remember Amy, "rewinding" the tape back to earlier days.
2006 - Directed by Von Edwards
Mustache Rides Five Cents
2007 - Directed by Von Edwards
Slut Buffet (live at LA Pride)
2007 - Filmed by Brian Ragsdale and Peggy Hannon
19th & Lexington
2009 - Directed by Devin Tait
"Mustache Rides" Live
2007 - Directed by Jonathan Mussman
Post No Bills
2003 - Directed by Devin Tait & Dylan Tucker
Although "Post No Bills" had been planned as the band's first album immediately following the release of the first EP "Hot Rod" it took a couple of years and many lineup changes before the quartet that finally recorded it solidified. Long story short, Von and Amy broke up and Brandon and Amy were now together. Devin was very focused on pushing the visual side of the band as Brandon and Amy worked together writing and recording music. The band had begun gigging regularly with drummer Eddie Tyclus, giving enough stability to the previously extremely volatile band to focus on the album. Initially delighted with the finished product, the band quickly soured on the album's quality and sound as it was out of step with the direction the band was headed in. This, the title track, started as a folky campfire jam, with Amy and Von harmonizing over Von's acoustic guitar. Rounded out in a live band form with drums and a sort of accordion sounding part, Amy's provocative lyrics got lost in the hokey-ness of it all. When it came time to record, the band was without a drummer and spending most of their weekends in electroclash clubs, so Brandon recorded Devin's electro take on this as soon as they figured out how to program the drum machine that Amy had bought years prior. The band ran around downtown Los Angeles (which in 2003 was a much different place) and shot this video guerilla style.