This is our last round of music videos from the locals here in Arizona for 2017. Absolutely the last until next year and it’s quite a mix that your friendly desert dwellers have concocted for the ears of all who will partake. We have some spooky songs, some loud songs, some pseudo-devil magic, and a whole lot of just plain good times. So, grab a buddy and check out the most recent A/V treats, won’t you?
RPM Orchestra provides the film score as silent classic The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari screens, during this one-night only event, at FilmBar Phoenix.
A 1920 German silent horror film directed by Robert Wiene, it is one of the most influential films of the German Expressionist movement and is often considered to be one of the greatest horror films of the silent era in film.
I met Crank Sturgeon at his merch table, where he was selling CDs, field tape recorders, and home-made contact mics. An older fellow on tour with other experimental music-weirdo partners in crime The Haters, Styrofoam Sanchez, and Matt Taggart, Crank was at the Trunk Space on April 20th to perform as part of a night of Dadaist/Fluxus/noise/weird shit/performance art/music.