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Tagged with: Experimental

Master of samples Carl Stone returns, accompanied by car-long ‘Hurdy Grande’

The 71-year-old musical pioneer inaugurates the West Oakland Sound Series with experimental gusto.

Oh the (budget) horrors! Unnamed Film Fest gave us Frogman, Flesh Games, more frights

'The vomit and farts were real,' one director claimed at a post-show Q&A at Balboa Theatre.

Screen Grabs: Toxic masculinity meets queer desire in arresting ‘Femme’

Plus: Strikingly original 'La Chimera,' Woody Allen's all-French 'Coup de Chance,' Michael Snow tribute, more.

Screen Grabs: The revelatory, overwhelming, and a little scary world of Luther Price

Looking back at the filmmaker who freaked everyone out. Plus: an Agnes Varda retrospective and recent Mexican movies

Dry Cleaning: ‘It’s unusual how democratically we write our songs’

The lauded band on their singular post-punk sound, Duran Duran's buoying advice, and driverless cars in the TL.

Screen Grabs: Pumping up the heat (and lycra) in ‘Love Lies Bleeding’

Plus: Kitchen sink queer drama in 'Silver Haze,' friendship on the border in 'The Breaking Ice,' more movies

Barry Jenkins: ‘I just ran full speed’ toward epic ‘Underground Railroad’ adaptation

Barry Jenkins was four or five years old the first time he heard about the Underground Railroad, the19th-century network that helped escaped slaves make...

Noise Pop report: Chiquimamani-Condori rebuked the algorithm at Gray Area

Bolivian American noise artist cut through autoplay BS for adoring fans; UK headliner Actress was not so steady.

Oscar who, again? Ficks’ Picks fave flicks from last year, part two

Japan's rampaging reptile shares space with 'Rotting in the Sun'—and our critic's pick for 2023's most unfairly maligned movie.

Noise Pop report: Diode diva Suzanne Ciani channeled Grace Cathedral’s ambient majesty

Kiss the Buchla: One of our most vital electronic music trailblazers took an awe-struck crowd to church