Album Review: Eternal Tapestry

Wild Strawberries (Thrill Jockey)

Album Reviews
[FRAGARIA VESCA] Slowly but decisively, Eternal Tapestry’s been easing itself into a more pastoral conception of psychedelia. This new double album, as fragile as any German synth extravaganza   More
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 DAVE CANTOR

Album Review: Plankton Wat

Drifter’s Temple (Thrill Jockey)

Album Reviews
Guitarist Dewey Mahood’s departure from Eternal Tapestry, the free-range psych band of which he was a member for a decade, happened quietly. There were no big blowups, no residual ill will. Un   More
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 ROBERT HAM

Top Five Thrill Jockey Records

by Dewey Mahood (Eternal Tapestry)

Top 5
Califone, Quicksand/Cradlesnakes (2003)Not only a Thrill Jockey fave, but one of the best bands of the past decade, in my opinion. These dudes mix gorgeous folk melodies with out-there noise like    More
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 WW MUSIC STAFF

Video: "Crystal Arms," Tunnels


This is what it sounds like when an experimentalist goes pop. Unsurprisingly, it doesn't sound much like what anyone else would label "pop." Nick Bindeman is probably best known in Portland as a member of space-rockers Eternal Tapestry and longstanding improv-freaks Jackie-O Motherfucker (whose new record, Earth Sound System, came out this week -- hear it here), but he has also produced a lot of music ...   More
Thursday, July 7, 2011 MATTHEW SINGER

Video Roundup! Beth Ditto, AgesandAges, Eternal Tapestry and, uh, Justin Bieber?!

beth ditto

Madonna homages. Asshole teenagers. Sci-fi acid trips. Justin Bieber singing about his testicles, or lack thereof. Why, it must be the week in new Portland music videos! Let's get to the ocular explosion!Beth Ditto, "I Wrote The Book"In this tribute (not ripoff *cough* "Born This Way" *cough*) to Ms. Ciccone and her hornirific "Justify My Love" video (with references to the "Vogue" vid as well), Gossip ...   More
Thursday, February 17, 2011 MATTHEW SINGER

PDX Pop Now! Announces Lineup For 2010 Festival

Set your calendars, folks: The 2010 PDX Pop Now! festival is coming in a short seven weeks. Today the free, all-local, all-ages festival announced the lineup for this year's fest—set to take place July 30-August 1—and it's predictably great. Au! Parenthetical Girls! Cloudy October! Joggers! But even with the bigger names, this fest has always been about discovery, about seeing a band you've ...   More
Friday, June 11, 2010 MICHAEL MANNHEIMER


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