Soko performs a beautiful rendition of We Might Be Dead Tomorrow live at The Moore Theatre in Seattle.
A truly inspiring evening given to us by Kim Gordon and Bill Nace in February. We’re forever grateful.
Thanks to everyone who came out……enjoy the clip.
This short film seemed to will itself into being – it started as a small project that was plagued at every turn by disaster – but, miraculously, it grew and morphed at each hurdle it faced and became more and more meaningful and personal as a result. It is, broadly speaking, a story of a man letting go and finding himself, much as this video found its own way almost despite our involvement.
This video is without dialogue and external action. It’s also incredibly personal. It was very important and cathartic for us to make. But we made it earnestly, as a gift for whomever sees it. We hope it strikes a chord and continues to live without us.
Found: Photographs of the Rolling Stones, will be a month long exhibition of twenty-three rare and candid photographs that document the Rolling Stones in Savannah, Georgia and Clearwater, Florida in 1965. Archival prints will be for sale in both 24×36 and 7×10.
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Tuesday Oct 2
120 N. Santa Fe Ave
Los Angeles, Ca 90012
MISS M.E. & Jacqueline Elaine Gomez are pleased to have guest curator Astral Eyes present a night of psychedelic sights and sounds.
Astral Eyes has dug up from the depths ov his insane collection, the very rarely seen 1973 Japanese animated feature film, Kanashimi no Belladonna or Belladonna of Sadness.
Directed and co-written by Eiichi Yamamoto inspired by Jules Michelet’s non-fiction book Satanism and Witchcraft, first published in 1862.