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Posted by on Apr 19, 2016 in Art, Photography | 0 comments

Photos by Marilyn Roxie

Music Video Showing at Re/Action Exhibition at SF State, 4/21

Posted by on Apr 19, 2016 in Events, Music, Music Videos | 0 comments


My music video for Neurotic Wreck – “Funeral of Roses” will be on display in the Cesar Chavez Student Center Art Gallery exhibition Re/Action, opening 4/21 from 5pm-8pm. The exhibition was juried by Rebeka Rodriguez from Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

A group exhibition with:

Alden Enriquez
Shikha Hutchins
Salvador Perez
David Rogers
Lyola Rowe
Marilyn Roxie
Jacob Ruggles
Christina Rizos
Susan Luo
Meghan Brabant
Cody Lee
Maxx Ortiz
Marvin Hidalgo
Moira Chase
Chris Chigas
Kiana Endres
Nathan Byrne
Luna Gomez

Every cause has an effect and every effect becomes the cause of something else. The artists in this show bring the learning, relationships and experience of their time at SFSU to the work in this exhibition. These undergraduate years have provided space for each artist to be active agents in their own lives and to explore the images and stories that matter to them on their own terms. The glorious result is a show comprised of works that embrace a broad spectrum of human complexity including: self-protection, isolation, private and public spheres of violence, contradictions, love, playfulness and more. Almost 100 works were submitted for consideration; the chosen pieces span drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and video.

Curated by Rebeka Rodriguez

Video for DYR FASER – “Doorway to Nowhere”

Posted by on Apr 13, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Music video for DYR FASER – “Doorway to Nowhere” by Marilyn Roxie

Made with pixivisor and Final Cut Pro X

Features Entropic Door by Scott Kiernan CC-BY

DYR FASER – “Doorway to nowhere”, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives

VULPIANO RECORDS, North Hive – Arrow (VULP-0073)

Posted by on Apr 2, 2016 in Music, News | 0 comments

CoverNorth Hive – Arrow (VULP-0073)

Following up from 2014 Vulpiano release Immersion, the latest North Hive offering is an ethereally beautiful soundscape in two tracks that recalls both the natural and the sublime.

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Note about release from North Hive:

I think, while working on this release I’ve finally approached the line beyond which my own role in the process of creation is minimized. During two working months the overall concept was changed so many times, that I’ve finally realized there’s no need for it. Sometimes the material seemed to evolve separately, on its own, leaving me only a mechanical work to record what was happening.

About project:

North hive is an electro-acoustic project established on May 2012 in Saint-Petersburg. The project is vigorously developing within such directions of electronic music as Ambient, Drone and Soundscape. Great attention is paid to details of the sound atmosphere and timbral modulation. The project is principally engaged in studio work and sound design, and takes part in different audio-visual installations as well.


1. Falling Garden

2. Standalone Complex

All Sound & Music by Anton Berkov (North hive)

Cover art photo by Victor Sukhorukov (


North hive – Snow melting time (2013)

North hive – Cera Alba (2013)

North hive – Immersion (2014)

North hive & Tile shore – Homeworld (2015)

North hive – Gaia (2015)

North hive – Arrow (2016)


VULPIANO RECORDS, Thorn1 – The Leave of Leaves (VULP-0072)

Posted by on Mar 15, 2016 in Music, News | 0 comments

tumblr_o43t38bNnT1qaikyto1_500Thorn1 – The Leave of Leaves (VULP-0072)

Thorn1 is experimental drone, shoegaze, post-rock project of Evgeny Zheyda from Siberia Russia.

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Note from Evgeny Zheyda:

This album finally threatens to regenerate into something you do not expect. I tried to put maximal honesty and sincerity in The Leave of Leaves and to create music I want to listening to. Without any allowances.

From post-punk to enveloping drone and post-rock, from electronic to raw guitars. But it’s not a post-rock, it’s not a slowcore, it’s not fully lo-fi indie. And it’s not willfully eclectic unlike previous albums, and the sound is now much more serious. The Leave of Leaves has a stem and base, tangible from any point.

I believe that this is a pop music of post-modernity, its leitmotif – the cultural and social exclusion. Chopped phrases in Russian and English bares an internal confusion and retrospective look in which I found myself. The farther into the forest, the inaccessible reference points becomes, the more foreigner you become into the forest, the more blurred distant voices heard. The Leave of Leaves is an attempt to build a hut and call someone to become your guest. At least a couple of birds.

Names, distances and dates.
We will forty, there will be rain,
Warm August and thunder.

The album is a logical development of the concept a musician uses for several years. His first works were recorded on a cheap mp3-recorder and were quite harsh lo-fi. Now the primary device is a smartphone (quality defects hardly noticeable – thanks to the experience). Perhaps an author still have to move into the studio and to polish music finally.

Recorded, mixed and mastered in september of 2014 – june of 2015 at home.


Evgeny Zheyda – all
(except ‘14-40’ – Innokenty Annensky (1855-1909) – lyrics partially).

Visha Echo – covertags


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