Current & Upcoming Films
Installation by Bob Thayer & Erica Fink with music by The Range of Light Wilderness, Au Dunes, and Assateague
Live Music & Multi-media Event! $5.00
RANGE OF THE LIGHT WILDERNESS
The Range of Light Wilderness makes you feel like that old beach blanket in your trunk might really be a magic carpet. Roll it out, and go for a sandy ride in the sky. It's all moonlight and waves here, pine-pitch and sunshine.
Tommy Frank MacDonald (guitar, singing) is the main man deftly assisted by Jessie Campbell (drums, singing) and Nick Alves (bass, singing). Songs are born from long days in Big Sur, where Tommy dwells alongside river, ocean, and sunset visions. Old spirits walk these lands and are said to bring songs to those who invite them in... maybe that's what's going on here.
Greg Olin of Portland's folk-pop-rock group Graves, has new and exciting project Au Dunes, with friends Sam Farrell and Zac Barbery. The group is so new, there is no bio yet for them, but here is info on Graves and Olin that is still applicable:
Olin specializes in a songwriting style which can be reduced to its minimum components — vocal and guitar — and still work. But life is too short and friends/musicians are too plenty not to enhance the writing with a more traditional band sound: drums, bass, keys, horns, etc. Olin has discovered a perfect synthesis of intimate songwriting with enhanced, rule breaking instrumentation that one usually associates with the likes of Wilco and others. Perhaps more than ever, Olin’s music sounds like the man behind it: utterly sincere, slightly off kilter, instantly likable.
From Big Sur to Baja, a film installation by Bob Thayer.
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Celebration By Erica Fink.