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Unalaska - "Unalaska" Review

Unalaska has an uncanny penchant for making slightly weird surrealist rock. Verging on psycadelic but staying controlled enough to not quite make it, their EP “Unalaska” is inventive and fun to listen to. 338 more words


Video Vault - Unalaska

Here’s one for the travellers, the flyers and the landscape lovers. Unalaska’s quirky atmospheric rock and electronica hybrid makes for a great musical background to five years of travel footage aboard planes, trains, boats and cable cars. 58 more words


Repositioning Cruise part 1: Vancouver to Alaska, Sept. 2015

I never expected to find myself learning the “thriller dance” for a flash mob performance somewhere in the Pacific Ocean with a crowd of retirees and Chinese nationals, yet there I was. 901 more words


Review: The Massive Volume 1: Black Pacific by Brian Wood

In this first volume of Brian Wood’s new, sprawling postapocalyptic epic, follow the crew of the Kapital from the flooded remnants of Hong Kong to Unalaska, with stops in Antarctica and Mogadishu, as post-Crash ethics and economics are explored across a broken world.

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New Music: Unalaska

Weirdly charming and quite undescribable. Check out here.


we're all gonna die/ in memoriam of Phil, Stephen, Jim

My facebook timeline keeps reminding me of events last summer. The above pic is my husband, Steven’s band, Unalaska playing the Roadhouse, Manchester. The band members were his brother, Peter Houghton on guitar and vocals and Phil Riley on bass. 1,083 more words


Holy Ascension Russian Orthodox Church, Unalaska

Captured this image of the Holy Ascension Russian Orthodox Church in Unalaska from Summer Bay Road. It is hard to imagine that this church built in 1896 was used as a warehouse during WWII. 22 more words