Take a moment to catch Colin Self’s dynamic performance in his latest music video for, “Survival”.
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fifteen years of no e’s ~ celebrate with us by taking 15% off your order at shop.igetrvng.com with the discount code (you guessed it) FIFTEEN ~ today through december 12
every order includes a complimentary fried-eyed RVNG smiley sticker and a 2018 compendium CD with singles from this year (and a few surprises for the next)
thank you for your support
Watch Kate NV’s live performance in Tokyo.
Shot by Lute Media on July 20th, 2018.
Music and Poetry of the Kesh is the documentation of an invented Pacific Coast peoples from a far distant time, and the soundtrack of famed science fiction author, Ursula K. Le Guin’s Always Coming Home.
This past Monday, January 22, Ursula passed from this realm to another leaving a life spent building and exploring other worlds while challenging social concepts of the real word she inhabited.
Freedom To Spend had been working under Ursula’s enthusiastic endorsement and with Todd Barton, her musical collaborator on Kesh, to give the music that accompanied her 1985 epoch a new life. With the Le Guin family’s encouragement to move forward with our planned release, we are humbled to play this small role in sharing Ursula’s work.
As Pete Swanson, one third of Freedom To Spend, stated, Ursula’s “legacy is her work which transformed the world, and this is another piece of the universe that her imagination birthed becoming real.” Listen to “A Teaching Poem / Heron Dance” below.
Ursula’s daughters Elisabeth and Caroline Le Guin, Barton, and Moe Bowstern will join Visible Cloaks with song, readings, and recollections to celebrate Ursula and this new edition of Kesh in Portland, Oregon on Friday, April 6, 2018 at the Leaven Community Center, with a special screening by Vanessa Renwick.
stepping from his Secret Circuit guise onto open paths, E Ruscha V dons his given name for his new album, Who Are You, a collection of free form, free flowing music
Dustin Lynn of Dukes of Chutney spins the daydream tones of “Who Are You” into a wandering, wondering video filmed across Los Angeles and Paris:
today we travel through time ~ the shimmer that reverses the backward spelling of Ztiworoh to Richard’s true form ~ the renewal of Eros
freedom to spend’s fourth (and last) release in 2017 welcomes Eros In Arabia back into the world. grip now, this pressing won’t last:
announcing Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith & Suzanne Ciani’s frkwys vol. 13 – sunergy – experience the first chapter w/ “closed circuit” below:
frkwys vol. 13 – sunergy will be released on september 16 in standard and non-standard forms.
Photo Credit: Udo Siegfriedt
After breathing life into Breadwoman at CTM Festival in Berlin & in the UK this past winter, Anna Homler & Steven Warwick will perform the music of Breadwoman this June at Pitchfork’s Northside Festival Showcase in Brooklyn, NY (6/11) and will open for Grouper at ‘Beyond The Gate’ in Chicago, IL (6/18).