Media

Music Videos

Speed of Light

Created by Arturo Baston


Mrs. Songbyrd

Filmed by Matt Lingo

Edited by Brandon Graham

Filmed at Sunset Sound




In a Box 

Written & Directed by Matt Lingo

Cinematography & Editing by Styles Wolff Baker

Color grading by Jacob Gandy




Don't Forget Love 

Directed and Edited by Matt Rozo 

Filmed by Matt Rozo and Matthew Lingo

Assistance by Spooky Tavi and Neil Soiland

Written by Matthew Lingo & Brandon Graham

POST TV

Directed by Matthew Lingo and Richard G. Auxilio

Visuals by Andrew Platt (Stranger Liquids)

Edited by Matt Rozo

Helen Highway

Directed by Brandon Graham and Richard G. Auxilio

Written by Brandon Graham and Matt Lingo

Cinematography and Editing by Richard G. Auxilio

The Fixer

Directed & Edited by Richard G. Auxilio 


To Walk Away

Directed by Richard G. Auxilio and Roberto Delgado 

Edited by Richard G. Auxilio

Summer Daze

Directed by Meg Sutton

Cinematography by Brody Anderson 

Photos

Photo by Carlos Chavez

Photo by Carlos Chavez


Photo by Carlos Chavez


Photo by Alex Bulli

Photo by Alex Bulli


Photo by Alex Bulli


Photo by Alex Bulli

Photo by Alex Bulli

Photo by Alex Bulli

Photo by Carlos Chavez

Photo by Carlos Chavez

Photo by Carlos Chavez

Photo by Michael Haight


Photo by Michael Haight


Photo by Michael Haight


Photo by Michael Haight

Photo by Michael Haight


Press


American Songwriter:  'Dream Phases mends a broken heart on 'Don't Forget Love'.'

It's Psychedelic Baby Magazine:  '...the band’s latest work is an individual approach that translates the experiences of its members into something undeniably compelling.' 

Grimy Goods: 'The summer of love inspires much of today’s indie rock world, but few contemporary bands manage to achieve what Dream Phases has set out to.'

BuzzbandsLA: '...melodically rich psychedelic pop — liquid light show-worthy trips to a seemingly innocent and mysterious time, the ’60s.'

Obscure Sound: 'A blissful psych-rocker from Dream Phases, “Helen Highway” delivers hazy, shimmering captivation throughout.'

mp3hugger: 'All points to our kind of band, noisy but capable of a song that we can whistle along to at the same time. Joyous.'

Brooklyn Vegan: 'Dream Phases channel their hometown's long tradition of jangly psych, from The Byrds to Rain Parade and beyond.'

The Obelisk: 'It’s two songs, melodic like a bastard and dream-toned to suit.'

Glide Magazine:  '“Post TV” announces itself immediately with the most electric riff this band has ever written.'

Shindig! Magazine: 'Eclectic as this record is (ranging from garage fuzz to space rock), it’s bound together by its harmonies, lush and ethereal.'

Wildfire Music: '...forges ahead in some new sonic directions as well as creating a stronger sense of storytelling on a song-by-song basis.'