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NOISE at The Black Lodge: March 29 and 30, 2012 (Seattle)

This week, visual artist Margot Bird and Nils Petersen of Seattle’s psychedelic rock band Rose Windows are working together to co-curate NOISE: The State Of Being Combined Into One Body, an interdisciplinary show featuring fourteen artists and five bands. The two-day experience will include visuals, sound installations, and performances, with two sessions each day at...Read...
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Ian Ferguson Resides In A Separate Realm

By way of Seattle and San Diego, artist Ian Ferguson seems to finally have hit his artistic stride amidst the urban rawness of Chicago. This documentary takes a quick glance at the new direction of his works — with a special focus on large-scale works, paper cuts, and mixed media pieces that intricately render an...Read...
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Battles – Dross Glop Release + “Africastle” Remix By Kode9

Battles have become so refreshing and artistically-sound in all aspects of their presentation. (More proof) The next installment in their dripping glopness series of releases is Dross Glop, a colection of remixes for every song on their 2011 disc, Gloss Drop. Remixers include Shabazz Palaces, The Field, Gang Gang Dance, Hudson Mohawke, and many more...Read...
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Madness! YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN + Swahili Blonde = On The Topic Of “Psych-Opera”, Genre-Crossing, Press Hype.

A post critiquing two female-fronted, genre-hopping experimental bands — and exaggerations. YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN Pitchfork describes YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN as “psych-opera.” Press point yarn. This is not psych-opera, dudes; at least, not in musical style. When in consideration of YT//ST, one is inundated with hype terminology — including the band’s calling themselves “Noh(能)-Wave”...Read...
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High Places – The Pull Music Video

Hi-definition and hi-contrast color mix with black and white graininess in this new video for High Places’ “The Pull.” Examining naturalistic settings with the help of unnatural manmade light, the video, like the song, is at once romantic and unsettling. One is unsure of whether the florals are symbolic of sexuality or are merely just...Read...
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2011 Year-End Respect For Album Cover Art: Digital Illustration, Drawing, Design

Our third-annual album cover art feature uses interviews with artists and musicians to highlight the philosophical, thematic, and conceptual significance of great album cover artwork. THE BREAKDOWN    12 Collage + 14 Digital Illustration, Drawing, Design + 19 Illustration, Painting, Drawing + 8 Black And White Photography + 22 Color Photography + 6 Deluxe Packaging...Read...
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