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Moving Panoramas flicker to life in the aftermath of a home invasion
Music Story  September 24, 2015, by Leslie Sisson
"...Leslie Sisson's house sits less than 100 yards from mine. We didn't know we were neighbors until this summer..."

Leslie Sisson
Music Review  October 7, 2011, by Doug Freeman
"...Leslie SissonHarmony..."

The Other One
Music Story  August 12, 2011, by Doug Freeman
"..."We're probably at our best when Leslie and I are singing together," notes Andrew Kenny of his female counterpart in Wooden Birds, Leslie Sisson. "We've found that ground where we can do more together than we can do on our own."..."

SXSW 2012 Tuesday Picks & Sleepers
Music Story  March 9, 2012
"...Mixing rock, country, Latin rhythms, funk, and ska into a deliciously swirling mess, it capably draws a line from Johnny Cash to Sublime. 2011's Sum of All found slinky vocalist Cari Hutson acting as the perfect foil to Ward's growl. – Jim Caligiuri Leslie Sisson..."

Free as a Bird
Andrew Kenny, leader of the American Analog Set, watches his phoenix rising in the Wooden Birds
Music Story  August 12, 2011, by Doug Freeman
"...He moved back to Austin in 2008, the Wooden Birds still then an unbound affiliation with guitarist/vocalist Leslie Sisson and drummer Sean Haskins filling out a core trio. The project, and Kenny's return to music, may not have happened, however, without the aid of another Austin expat, David Wingo...."

Not Enough HAAM to Go Around
Patronage sought after funds run out for free musician insurance
DAILY Music  November 12, 2018, by Rachel Rascoe
"...Leslie Sisson of local indie group Moving Panoramas arrived at HAAM enrollment just hours after the premium assistance plan had been exhausted. The singer-songwriter-guitarist has utilized HAAM’s no-cost insurance over her past eight years of performing in Austin...."

Fifth Annual Student Film Showcase Sneak Preview
Fifth Annual Student Film Showcase Sneak Preview is a package of 13 short films produced by graduate and undergraduate students in the University of Texas Department of Radio-TV-Film. The program...
Film Review  May 9, 2001, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...event, with all the filmmakers in attendance. The 90-minute program listed in running order includes "Pillowfight" by Scott Rice, a five-minute excerpt from The Slow Business of Going by Rachel Tsangari, "Victory at Any Cost" by Paul Hanley, "Colonel Kharnage" by Paul Hanley, "Duel" by Jason Hargenrader, "Red Stockings" by Kelly Hamilton, "Charles" by Beau Michael Thorne, "The Blind" by Mireille Fornengo, "Bio Clock" by Leslie Sisson, "Truffles for Mrs..."

SXSW Music: Moving Panoramas
Jangling, surfy soundtrack to a kidnapping
DAILY Music  March 16, 2016, by Neph Basedow
"...Singer Leslie Sisson recounted her grisly kidnapping for a Chronicle cover story last fall. “[One’s] songs are about my recent journey,” explained the Dallas native in the unthinkable piece..."

Moving Panoramas’ Baby Blues
Leslie Sisson & Co. return doubly dense
DAILY Music  October 25, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...Non-local listeners, on the other hand, will be blown away by the density of Leslie Sisson and company on long-awaited second strike In Two, arriving Feb. 22 on Modern Outsider..."

Moving Panoramas Record Review
One (Modern Outsider)
Music Story  September 24, 2015, by Doug Freeman
"...From the outset of the opening title track – where one becomes a number of singular independence and strength – the Austin trio lures the listener into an anesthetic dream of enveloping chords melting against hypnotic rhythms. Leslie Sisson's voice and guitar winds with patient urgency, the calculated shoegaze tension calling on her experience with Andrew Kenny (American Analog Set) in their short-lived group the Wooden Birds..."

Snapshot: Hot Summer Nights Band Portraits
Favorites from the summer season’s Free Week
Arts Column  August 2, 2018, by David Brendan Hall

Four (More) Can't-Miss Free Week Shows
Knife in the Water and Los Coast finish frigid Free Week run
DAILY Chron Events  January 5, 2018, by Mark Fagan
"...Fresh off channeling Blondie for NYE, atmospheric pop acrobats Moving Panoramas enjoyed a busy 2017. Leslie Sisson’s songwriting and stage command continued to blossom, portending promise for the follow-up to 2015 breakout One..."

Playback: Gone Unsane
Unsane bassist just left Austin for Italy, while SXSW eschews Sonicbids to bring their submissions process in-house
Music Column  July 27, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Thursday opens with alt-pop songman Walker Lukens and DJ Jes Carpenter, Friday gets meaty with Colombian beach funk tribe Superfónicos and all-female DJ crew Chulita Vinyl Club, and Saturday peaks with Leslie Sisson's stealthy Moving Panoramas with Veronica Ortuno spinning records. Next Friday hosts an indie R&B solo outing of Rob Lowe from instrumental favorites Balmorhea, with Orthy on the decks, before blues/R&B uplifter Jai Malano closes it down the following night with DJ Waikiki Leaks..."

SXSW Music Live: Modern Outsider Showcase
Austin label packs club, dance floor, and homegrown breakouts
DAILY Music  March 15, 2017, by Doug Freeman
"...Leslie Sisson’s quartet Moving Panoramas, meanwhile, threw heavier power behind a slew of new songs, from familiar shoegaze riffs with “Home Alone” to the more upbeat “Whiskey Is the Reason” and percussive groove of “Dance Floor.” The evening closed with a shift from psych waves to unabashed blowout, ninepiece outfit Hard Proof barely contained onstage as they blared a horn-fronted funk fusion onto the transformed dance floor...."

SXSW Tuesday Showcase Picks
Music Story  March 9, 2017
"...Hard Proof unloaded its new Afrobeat funk LP in January, Stinger showcasing the 10-piece outfit's suave rhythms and explosive, horn-blasted grooves lined by an incomparable percussive backbeat. 2015 debut One established Leslie Sisson's Moving Panoramas as a leading light of the local scene with dreamy melodies that packed emotional punch, the quartet balancing barrages of guitar with mellow, shoegazed reverb..."

Leonard Cohen Tribute
Austinites say hallelujah for Refugee Services of Texas
DAILY Music  January 20, 2017, by Dave Randall
"...Star Parks, led by ATX6 alum and guitar diplomat Andy Bianculli; Grace Park, clarion crooner of indie folk outfit the Deer; and Dave Pinkham’s lovelorn Dylan-Reed-Walkmen-inspired rockers Summer Swells fill out their ranks with horn sections, backup vocalists, and guest spots aplenty. Also levitating will be former Chronicle cover story dreamgazers Moving Panoramas, fronted by the impressive Leslie Sisson, and Some Say Leland, who offer alluring, melancholic country..."

Austin Jousters A-Z
Locals take the stage
Music Story  November 3, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Moving PanoramasSat., 1:30pm, Dragon’s Lair stage Dream pop times shoegaze equals dream gaze as fronted by singer/guitarist Leslie Sisson...."

Gay Place: HEY, TURKEYS!
The holidays can be tough when you spend them alone: Come find your chosen family
Columns  November 25, 2015, by Kate X Messer
"...THE NOTORIOUS RBG BALL The Ruth! The Ruth! The Ruth is on FIYAH! Female-fronted ¿Qué Pasa?, KB the Boo Bonic, the Please Please Me, Leslie Sisson & Rozie Castoe from the Moving Panoramas' side project, and Girls' Rock Camp honor Her Honor and help shine the light on Planned Parenthood and the struggle to keep her afloat. Wed., Dec..."

HAAM Benefit Day 2015
PHOTO GALLERY  September 2, 2015
"...Leslie Sisson’s Moving Panoramas opened the SXSW HAAM Day showcase at the Palm Door on Sixth beginning at 7pm...."

Thursday Showcases
International hip-hop, or domestic, Modern Outsider sounds?
Music Story  March 19, 2015
"...quartet Northern American chills the room behind last year's Happiness Hungover EP, hazy vocals and mellow guitar lines lingering between Real Estate and the War on Drugs. Fronted by the Wooden Birds' Leslie Sisson, the female trio of Moving Panoramas lays thick, hypnotic shoegaze guitars in preview of upcoming debut One..."

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