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VIDEO PREMIERE: The Love Dimension looks to the bright side with “I’ll Find a Way” 

http://www.riffmagazine.com/video/premiere-love-dimension-ill-find-a-way/

Riff Magazine

by Chloe Catajan

San Francisco’s The Love Dimension takes the hazy sound of ‘60s psychedelia and pairs it with a garage rock twist. The band itself has quite an alternating lineup, but frontman Jimmy L. Dias remains the steady pillar of it all. Fittingly, Dias told RIFF last January that he aims to make music that’s like “a lighthouse” for listeners, “shin[ing] a light so others can find their way.” 

The Love Dimension, Agouti, Down Dirty Shake 
9 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16 
Bottom of the Hill 
Tickets: $8-$12. 

Now, The Love Dimension is releasing a music video for the aptly titled track, “I’ll Find a Way.” We are thrilled to premiere it below! 

Off the group’s latest EP, Acceptance, “I’ll Find a Way” features a groovy melody driven by fiery, heroic-sounding guitar riffs. The video dives straight into scenes of outer space and kaleidoscope patterns, with glitches and distortions constantly sneaking in. To make the video, The Love Dimension combined forces with Scott Franklin, vocalist-guitarist of Bay Area band Buzzmutt. 

Buzzmutt also fuses ‘60s psych rock with grunge, and the band is no stranger to incorporating abstract graphics with their releases. The two bands met through holding practices at Secret Studios. With complete creative control from Dias, Franklin started with a couple photos of Dias and the band, and then brought the images to life. 

“I feel like the video reflects the energy of the band—always changing, shifting and adapting to the present moment,” Dias said. “The song is about never giving up, being persistent and following your dreams with all your heart. I feel like the fractals in the video could represent that too. With the endless quantum possibilities this universe provides, there is always a way.” 

You can hear “I’ll Find a Way” in person at Bottom of the Hill on Sept. 16. An evening of modern-day psychedelic rock, the show features performances by Agouti, Down Dirty Shake and The Love Dimension.

THIS WEEK: Pulp Fiction, Phantom return, The Love Dimension arrives and more 

https://www.inlander.com/Bloglander/archives/2017/06/25/this-week-pulp-fiction-phantom-return-the-love-dimension-arrives-and-more

Posted By Dan Nailen

MUSIC | Swing on by The Observatory for the psych-rock stylings of The Love Dimension, who will be joined by Vanessa Silberman, Mujahedeen and Runaway Octopus. Here's a little sample of The Love Dimension:

Click on link above to see the video...

The Love Dimension Live in Portland at Bunk Bar 

Here are some videos courtesy of blueheronvideo.  This is from a performance at Bunk Bar in Portland, Oregon on January 27th 2017.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F5i0Hs2nd4 (Full Set)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTpJ6Vj_V7U  (Butterflies of Bliss)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOBso4gM-Pw  (I'll Find a Way)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POlXRkoo604  Bound to the Sound)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Actx1DTuTLg  (How Many Miles)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k70LfLmGl9k  (Together Again/When Soul Love Begins)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MF_H3RF1Wi0  (Get Real Wild)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B07EhZCtdp8  (Question Mark Heart/Got Gratitude)

 

idobi Sessions: The Love Dimension – “When Soul Love Begins” 

http://idobi.com/video/idobi-sessions-the-love-dimension-when-soul-love-begins/

Somewhere where the 60s, 90s, and 21st century meet sits The Love Dimension. The musical collective channels the essence of their San Francisco home-base into their tunes made for good vibes and singing along. 

Recently, they dropped by the idobi studios to perform not one, but two tracks exclusively for us. Watch “When Soul Love Begins”above, and “Get Real Wild” with the band here.

idobi Sessions: The Love Dimension – “Get Real Wild” 

Somewhere where the 60s, 90s, and 21st century meet sits The Love Dimension. The musical collective channels the essence of their San Francisco home-base into their tunes made for good vibes and singing along. 

Recently, they dropped by the idobi studios to perform not one, but two tracks exclusively for us. “Get Real Wild” with the band above, and watch for “When Soul Love Begins” later this week.

http://idobi.com/video/idobi-sessions-the-love-dimension-get-real-wild/

Happy Halloween! New Music Video for 'Ride the Waves (Get Up and Dance)'! 

Check out this Halloween themed music video of an unreleased song 'Ride the Waves (Get Up and Dance)' from some sessions The Love Dimension recorded a few years back. 

https://youtu.be/r5BMrx1zSdY 

Video editing and arrangement by The Muse Department 

Recorded, Produced and Mixed by Jason Kick and Andrew Scott Duncan at Studio Paradiso, Sound Arts, Baker Beach, and Room 5 in San Francisco, CA Dec 2009 - Dec 2010. 

Musicians featured on the recording: 

Jimmy L. Dias - Vocals, Guitar Percussion 

Celeste Obomsawin - Vocals, Percussion 

Raphael Wayman Davis - Bass, Percussion 

Jason Correia - Drums, Percussion 

Eric Amerman - Guitar, Keys, Theremin 

Jeff Moller - Guitar 

Jessica Sennett - Musical Saw/Singing Saw 

Roger Poulin - Guitar, Percussion 

Sean Carney - Guitar, Percussion 

Brian Fernald - Percussion 

Augustus DeVandry - Djembe 

Mikey 'Mayhem' Meadows - Bongos 

Derek Bernard - Djembe 

Mer Zee - Daf 

Eric Tyrone Brown - Didgeridoo 

Ra Genie - Tanpura Drone 

Digital single coming soon via A Diamond Heart Production 

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