deeep relaxation


Get with some deep fractal mindwave Binaural beats (listen on headphones for full binaural effect)


Friday Art Happening…


6:30pm tonight at the Seattle Art Museum artist Gretchen Bennett presents her video “I Don’t Blame You” with Garek Druss supplying an audio remix.

the Most Sacred Place on Earth


NPR’s All Things Considered is running a story about the Navajo Nation’s Canyon De Chelly tonight 4pm pst….also check out the story Preserving Navajo History In Canyon De Chelly by Rose Houk, Arizona Public Radio at the NPR’s site.

As seen by Ansel Adams

as seen through Ansel Adams' eyes



Friday 6/18 8pm @ the Comet. See below for more info………………………..

psychedelic psircus


Kalling all kool kustomers- this friday at the Comet, it’s Mamma Casserole’s Rock and Roll Circus! featuring:
Purple Rhinestone Eagle, The Curious Mystery, Nudity, The Night Beats and Tiny Light
Projections by Portable Shrines and additional sounds from the one and only DJ Randy Travis
Starts 8pm, so show up early for tiny light and night beats. Please dress appropriately inappropriately…

moon duo on kexp


Here be a little footage from Moon Duo’s visit to the KEXP studio a few months back.
These folks are wandering about Europe and the States all year spreading the drone gospel to the masses but will be returning to Seattle in October for Portable Shrines ESCALATOR FEST 2010 Oct.22-23rd. Stay tuned for more details….



At SIFF Cinema Thursday 6/10 6:30 PM. A new doc about the brilliant and still under-appreciated Bill Hicks.

things are happening


Midday Veil, Black Science and Wehrwolve at the Josephine saturday.

All of the above have some amazing new jams recorded and readily available online and in person so dig up on that shit please.

And very much also:
Thursday- the Comet brings you Arrington de Dionyso’s (of Old Time Religion) latest project-MALAIKAT DAN SINGA along with Spencer Moody’s new joint and Geist & the Sacred Ensemble.
Friday- Drug Purse @the Back Lodge and Nice Smile @ Cairo. Go on get it!!!!!!!!

sealed in skin



PS weekend roundup


Another busy weekend in Seattle-  Daniel Pinchbeck and João Amorim are in town as part of Seattle Green Fest to debut the new animated documentary 2012:Time For Change showing at the Varsity in the U-district 7pm Friday…also showing Saturday and Sunday…

Saturday Emily Pothast and David Golightly of Midday Veil will be creating an interstellar drone chamber in a child’s bedroom on Beacon Hill. And if you can brave the Fremont nightlife Kurt Vile and the Sadies are playing the Highdive later that evening.

I’m sure there’s probably something going on sunday but maybe you should just stay home and read a book or something and save it for Monday night cause Woods are playing the Tractor Tavern in Ballard.