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New Works By Travis Lampe At Rotofugi Gallery.

Travis Lampe never ceases to amaze, really, and some of his new works, featuring silk screened frames (genius!) are snapshots from twisted fairytales. Raft Of The Sunset Chuckles II (Inspired by Théodore Géricault’s The Raft of the Medusa), Acrylic on Wood with Silkscreened Frame, 8″x8″ Death of Mr. Frond (Inspired by Jaques-Louis David’s The Death...Read...
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Balmorhea – Constellations Album Review

As Constellations is a concept record about “the cosmos and beyond,” the route that Balmorhea has taken to realizing this concept is simply remarkable. Digital music-making equipment has defined the realm of all things cosmic in a way that is now somewhat predictable; it seems that space is musically textured by long, drawn-out electronic ambience....Read...
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Black Feather – “Razor Blade” Music Video

I hear the words “haunting” and “beautiful” used to describe a lot of songs, but to me, this beautiful track by Black Feather, “Razor Blade,” is epic and daring and completely worthy of those two adjectives. Their record dropped earlier this year on Portland, Oregon’s Other Electricities, and I’d say this song is the best...Read...
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Russian Circles – Geneva Album Review

The instrumental, post-rock landscape is a bit crowded as of late. But in just three albums, the Chicago/Seattle trio Russian Circles have cemented themselves at the top, and this fact is readily apparent in their fantastic new album, Geneva. Russian Circles have always bounced between the moments that recall sunshine and the moments that recall...Read...
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Robert Hardgrave‘s Plexus.

Seattle and Redefine favorite Robert Hardgrave unveiled a brand new piece at the Flatcolor Gallery last month, entitled Plexus. Here’s the amazing piece, in case you missed it last month. If you thought Hardgrave was impressive before, this piece of work only further shows his growth as an imaginative artistic technician. www.farmerbobsfarm.com www.flatcolor.com
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