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Tele Novella, Bellygunner, The Rippers, Ghoul School.
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Tele Novella, Bellygunner, The Rippers, Ghoul School.

December 7, 2016, The Red Museum, located in Sacramento CA, hosted a benefit show to help those affected by the recent fire at the Ghost Ship artist warehouse in Oakland, CA. Sacramento-based pop-rock cuties, Ghoul School, kicked off the night, warming up the crowd with dreamy songs such as “Dogsong”. The Rippers followed Ghoul School with a … Continue reading

Deep Pools See You In The Morning Light.
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Deep Pools See You In The Morning Light.

See You In The Morning Light is a chronical of grief. Scott Ferreter lost his father to stomach cancer in 2012. The musician (previously of Comfort Twin, Cove) then spent the next four years making his upcoming album See You In The Morning Light with twenty-five other musicians and friends, calling the project Deep Pools. Ferreter says the process … Continue reading

Studio Artifacts: Alyssa Lempesis.
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Studio Artifacts: Alyssa Lempesis.

Studio Artifacts is an interview series, which invites artists to select, examine, and discuss some of the significant items they keep in their workspace and gives readers an intimate glimpse into their practice. Alyssa Lempesis is an Oakland-based artist who uses strange and innovative materials to create mysterious sculptures and animations inspired by our internal … Continue reading

What I’m Listening To: Jennifer Jackson.
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What I’m Listening To: Jennifer Jackson.

What I’m Listening To is a series where we talk to exciting artists and musicians and get a five song slice of their current playlist.  – “Right now we’re taking deep breaths before the insanity of ArtStreet ensues.” – Jennifer Jackson grew up in Placerville, visiting Sacramento when her ex-East Coast punk father showed his … Continue reading

A Golden Green Agnes Obel.
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A Golden Green Agnes Obel.

If you like strange yet entrancing music videos with haunting music reminiscent of Kimbra, take a look at Danish artist Agnes Obel’s single ‘Golden Green.’ The video is a collage of animation, both beautiful and unnerving, dancing on the edge of the Uncanny Valley. The song itself is sparse, held together by a xylophone-like percussion, clapping … Continue reading