Music video premiere for Zac Nelson's "Let This Unravel", directed by Jordan Levie, and tracks from Chilean duo The Holydrug Couple's 2015 release, Moonlust.
TOP POPS! Featuring a music video premiere for Portland's Seance Crasher (Kevin and Daniel Rafn) and singer-songwriter Michael Rault.
TOP POPS! column featuring top pop tracks, where Portland indie rock outfit Lost Lander gets remixed by Royal Canoe and Gacha gets all New Age.
Hypnotic new tracks from Stellar OM Source's latest RVNG Intl release, Nite-Glo, plus a track premiere for "Big Metal" by Portland's HITS (featuring members of the now-defunct Explode Into Colors and !!!, who crafted their record at Andrea Zittel's A-Z West compound in Joshua Tree.
All too often, apocalyptic films foretell the coming of the end in the form of big blowouts rather than a slow dismantling. In the overly-Hollywood 2012, buildings collapse and helicopters fall from the sky for no seemingly reason whatsoever. In War Of The Worlds and Independence Day, intergalactic monsters take over, causing environmental catastrophe and...
SIFF 2015 (Seattle International Film Festival) really shows off its vitality as the longest film festival in North America this year. Operating a host of its own theatres this year, from the SIFF Cinema Uptown and SIFF Cinema to the newly acquired SIFF Egyptian, SIFF is going strong, and this year, many of our top...
Portland electronic artist Contact Cult gets some meditative analog video treatment from artist Ritzy Sheens, plus Israeli improvisational band We Are Ghosts show what it's like to jam out in the desert.
Music video premiere for XUXA Santamaria's "Belshazzar", which was inspired by the 1916 Kenneth Anger film, Intolerance. Also: tracks from Belgium's Shameboy featuring Max Marshall and Poland's Rebeka.
Spectral Hypnosis is a recurring series, featuring mesmerizing songs for one to lose sense of time and space, mind and body. This installment features a track premiere from the collaborative Archival Feedback "call and response" experiment, as well as a track from Chile's Follakzoid.
In support of Portland's independent radio station, XRAY.FM, Intuitive Navigation DJs (Serious Moonlight and vVv Stardust) have sprung for spring in a soulful and danceable mix that goes from the rainy days into the sunshine.