Death Cab For Cutie played the Pot of God music festival in Chandler over the weekend. I got a chance to talk to their bassist, Nick Harmer, about the lineup changes affecting the band and how they like to kill time while they’re on the road.
Phoenix New Times: Death Cab For Cutie’s Bassist Talks About Becoming A Five Piece Band
I recently got a chance to talk to Neil Fridd, aka Terror Pigeon himself, about the band’s Surround Sound Lay Down performances (where they play for an audience that’s lying down on the ground). They’ll be doing their thing at the Trunk Space tonight, so if you’re in town you should really check it out. I know I’ll be. 🙂
Phoenix New Times: Terror Pigeon’s Sleepover Concert Will Make You Rethink the Live Music Experience
If you get a chance to visit Phoenix, go to the Phx Art Museum and check out Yayoi Kusama’s permanent installation. You won’t regret it. Here’s a piece I wrote about it for PHX SUX.
PHX SUX: Getting Obliterated Before Yayoi Kusama’s 88th Birthday
My latest blog for FilmBar takes a look at Raoul Peck’s brilliant “I Am Not Your Negro” documentary.
Film Bar: Goin’ To Hell On A Mule: From “Wonder Bar” to “I Am Not Your Negro”
My latest piece for The Hard Times takes another dig at SXSW (this time without fried chicken jokes).
The Hard Times: Band at SXSW Breakfast Showcase Grateful for Opportunity to Go Unnoticed by So Many Important Industry People
My latest piece for the fine folks at De’Lunula takes a close look at the (stupendous, amazing, unreal) animated film “Belladonna of Sadness”.
De’Lunula: “Belladonna of Sadness” Is A Film Worth Selling Your Soul For
My latest piece for the fine folks at The Hard Times takes aim at the wonderful world of branding. Have fun at Brand Disneyland, SXSWers.
The Hard Times: Taco Bell Proudly Unveils Fried Chicken-Wrapped Stage at SXSW Showcase (Photo up top by Shelby Kettrick)