In the JJ-fied Star Trek of today, it’s easy to look upon the pitifully low-budgeted original series and giggle. The episode “Spectre of the Gun,”
Gene Roddenberry’s 1968 nod to the cowboy W
Already Internet famous, a Portland duo makes moves offline.
[SIMWAVE] “I bump fades when I fuck. So what?” says the
muscular, shirtless man, digitally rendered as part of the virtual-world
game Second Life, as he cocks his head to the side and spreads
The “post-national bass dance party,” founded by
Anjali, E3 and the Incredible Kid in 2003, started at Holocene just a
few months after the club opened, and over the years has introduced a
Dropping Gems gives electronic music a human pulse.
When Aaron Meola moved to Portland in
2009, electronic music in America was still the province of
chin-scratching Anglophiles and molly-whopped rave kids. Dubstep’s
infernal wub had not yet in