Cortextures: Films With Live Bands

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Come and enjoy a night of artistic collaboration: local films created in collaboration with bands accompanying live. This event is a primer to EyeSea/EarFul shows at the Badlands on the 14th and 15th.

Bands/directors/artists as follows:

visuals: Stellina Stampouli music: De Palma 115
score and projections by Buddy Jenkins music: videoing 1230
film and music: no mind 1145
visuals: James Graves music: Ouiness 1100
film and music: Post Writer 1020
visuals: videoing music: Ruth Smith (of Pale Dīan) 945
visuals: KISS by Raphael Umscheid music: Dimmer Twins & the Morphic Pendulum Orch 850
film: Giggle Water by Night Viking music: Night Viking 815
film: FOAM by Raphael Umscheid music: Ray Talley Dancers 730

De Palma (score and film "ἄβῠσσος" by Stellina Stampouli
A noise art rock band, De Palma’s sound is sparse but condensed, relentlessly edging forward. They strive to leave a sense of haunting mystery.

videoing (score and projections by Buddy Jenkins)
The band zombies analog and digital sampling with experimental instrumentals and soaring vocals to reimagine electro-punk in the millennial dance age.

Ruth Smith (of Pale Dīan) / (score and projections by videoing)
Likened to The Cocteau Twins with the aesthetic of David Lynch, Ruth Smith of Pale Dīan’s ethereal vocals draw out dream pop and shoegaze influences.

Ouiness scoring a film by James Graves
A constant flux of members and DIY experimentalism, Ouiness are open to vast possibilities of sound, lineup, and music ability.

No Mind (score and video)
No Mind is a four piece post-apocalyptic rock band, delving into somber soundscapes and avant-garde beats.

Post Writer (score and video)
An original duo where spoken word and poetry meet post-rock guitars and melodies

Dimmer Twins & the Morphic Pendulum Orch - an ongoing experient fo jazz electrorock-fusion

"Giggle Water" directed by Chad Hopper scored by lo fi/toy instrument maestros, Night Viking.

"FOAM" narrative film by Raphael Umscheid created with soundtrackers and free jazz goodies from Portland, Ray Talley Dancers
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