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TBA Festival 2012: Previews & Picks

Portland’s greatest interdisciplinary festival, TBA Festival, is back in 2012 with some of the most diverse and impressive programming it’s had in years. Check out our picks in dance, theatre, performance, and music for a what’s what in local talent and international ideas. Sam Green & Yo La Tengo – The Love Song Of R....Read...
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Tim Hecker, Daniel Menche, Lawrence English, Scanner (Substrata Festival 1.2) Live Show Review 2012

Music, just like any other art medium, beckons an emotional response. Sometimes when we get lost in beats, drum fills, guitar riffs, and lyrical dexterity, we don’t realize it. But at Substrata Festival, all those elements go out the window, and showgoers are left with an isolated core of noise as it is being created,...Read...
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Remix City: Tussle + Alexander Hacke of Einsturzende Neubauten, My Disco + Factory Floor

Remix City Sifting through mountains of remix trash so you don’t have to, in an attempt to find the ones that contribute to their originals. Today’s installment goes industrial! Einstürzende Neubauten’s Alexander Hacke works his magic on San Francisco’s Tussle, U.K. post-industrial outfit Factory Floor turn Australia’s My Disco into a hardly recognizable form, and...Read...
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Yeasayer – Fragrant World Album Review

After their controversially poppy second album, Odd Blood, Yeasayer returns in 2012 with Fragrant World, which has potential to be equally controversial. Beginning at its highest point with a nostalgic coupling of “Fingers Never Bleed” and the album’s second single, “Longevity”, Fragrant World flaunts its best early on. These two tracks, along with the subsequent’...Read...
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Drapes Like Wallpaper: Experimental Photography by Patty Carroll and Matthew Stone

Obscured male and female forms face off in these alternating works from Patty Carroll, obscuring the female form draped with patterns, and Matthew Stone, abstracting the male form with contortion. Regardless of its content, a sense of royalty and fluttering grace is pervasive in Stone’s Optimism As Cultural Rebellion, which flows like angel robes in...Read...
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