LA-based artist Kate Crash is always busy. From her work as a songwriter and entertainer to that of a writer, producer and filmmaker, she is constantly immersed in some form of creative project. Well, focusing on her musical endeavours for a minute, the punk and industrial-influenced Crash (who also spent some time living and working in Tokyo) will release her debut full-length video album To You Never Again on June 16th.

Melding her above-mentioned influences, plus the likes of Hole, David Bowie, Ryan Adams, hip-hop and glam, the album was entirely written, performed and recorded at home by Crash, with mixing by Ethan Kaufmann. Teasing said album, we’re stoked to debut the “Keeps On Finding You” music video.

Crash has also previously worked with Nick Launay (Nick Cave, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Arcade Fire) who produced three of her Blackheart Records-released EPs.

Speaking of the song, Crash noted: “Some shadows you can never leave. The concept of desire and identity at war with one other. The vibe is hard beats, distorted piano, reflective voice wiping the windshield of the mind.”


Publisher, CEO, and Co-Founder - Born in 2003, V13 was a socio-political website that, in 2005, morphed into PureGrainAudio and spent 15 years developing into one of Canada (and the world’s) leading music sites. On the eve the site’s 15th anniversary, a full re-launch and rebrand takes us back to our roots and opens the door to a full suite of Music, Film, TV, and Cultural content.