After releasing a string of albums on K Records as the Blow, Khaela Maricich teamed up with fellow Portland-based producer Jona Bechtolt for the project’s lauded 2006 electro-pop LP Paper Television, featuring breakout single (and commercial licensing gold) “Parentheses.” Bechtolt’s shifted his focus to his YACHT project (releasing last year’s excellent See Mystery Lights), while Khaela’s emerging from an extended hiatus with an intriguing new concept piece focusing on Lindsay Lohan. After taking the piece on the road to test the waters opening for Vampire Weekend, she’s moved to Brooklyn, working on an album and playing a series of workshop shows ironing out the narrative structure and musical sounds of her exploration of Lindsay’s career arc. It’s fascinating, bizarre, and great.
You’ve seen the video of our celebrity bowlers meeting each other, greeting each other, naming their teams, and laying down the smack talk. Now you can see how good they are at bowling when The Planet Earth is on the line. Here’s the first round of our two-round charitable celebrity bowling tournament, shot mostly o… More »
You’ve seen the photos from our inaugural charitable celebrity bowling tournament — now comes the even more fun part. After meeting and getting their team assignments, our celebrity bowlers took no time to start trashing each other (because, charity), so it is a good thing we had cameras rolling every second. Here you’ll find our… More »