Welcome to the archival edit of my quarantine project @ringmasterrex (eight episodes, ~5 minutes each). Before you begin: Content warning – Ringmaster Rex deals in symbolism, dramatization, humor, camp, and spectacle but also in abuse, trauma, horror/gore and adult themes. I of course think it’s … ContinueRingmaster Rex
8×10″ Print”The Wall” by Courtnee Fallon Rex – Berlin, Germany $40 including U.S. Shipping – neevita.net/payments Alternative payment methods, alternative sizing, and shipping areas outside of the U.S. — email email@example.com
| Download | Buy CD The flashpoint where Courtnee ran out of fucks; A neurotic album with multiple personalities, Cold Front explores the worlds between both the beautiful ambient-electronic vocal landscape lullaby songs of CFR’s “Not Applicable” era works, and vulgar feminist punk ukulele diddies … ContinueCold Front, 2018
The title track to my album, Decatur, available at http://courtneefallonrex.net/buy-music Recorded and Mixed by Mark Bingham Produced by my supporters at http://patreon.com/courtnee Photography by Louis Miastros and Courtnee Fallon Rex
Decatur is here!! Short and sweet, it’s: 11 (mostly) busking songs Nearly all live performances in the studio Recorded and mixed by the legendary New Orleans producer Mark Bingham With images taken by photographer Louis Maistros Available on CD (along with Keep Going and Embodied.) … ContinueALBUM RELEASE: Decatur, produced by Mark Bingham
In addition to being an excellent event/portrait/candid street photographer, Louis Maistros is also an impressive author. His book, The Sound of Building Coffins is some of the best fiction I’ve ever read. The writing is lyrical and sophisticated without being pretentious — in fact I … ContinueLouis Maistros: Lower Decatur Street, New Orleans
Prints available at http://society6.com/courtnee/prints — if you don’t see what you want, contact me.
Photographs from Colorado and New Mexico
And so Roadlife begins. Note: the panoramic previews look fuzzy, view in full size for quality.
Drove to the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah this week, through Washington, Montana, Idaho, Utah and Oregon. Nice, and desperately needed, solo road trip, in which I periodically stopped along the highway to take pictures.