The Hideout Theatre & Coffeehouse
"...If like any self-respecting Austinite you see Moving Panoramas perform 10 times annually, a gradual lineup shift makes it easy to overlook the sonic evolution that’s taken place since the dream rock outfit’s 2015 debut, One...."
"...Moving Panoramas have had one hell of year, and it’s only March. The band’s debut LP, the rightly named One, dropped in October..."
"...Today, central air and heat regulates temperatures inside, and an alarm system sign sticks up from the ground outside the front door. Sitting where her mother died of a drug overdose that same year, in a living room bright with animal decor and mouthwatering thrift store finds you might find hanging on the wall in a Mad Men episode, the Moving Panoramas frontwoman describes the PTSD she suffered after the incident and still today..."
"...Since I don't have one, most of my income comes from odd jobs, freelancing, self-employment, and savings now down to zero. What little money my band the Moving Panoramas makes goes back into recording, merch, tours, etc...."
"...Barracuda's mood took a sharp turn with Telepods' dark, quietly dynamic songs, unassuming in performance but anomalous in structure, lyrics laden by misanthropy. Their mellow garage sound proved a fitting transition to Moving Panoramas' melancholy uplift..."
"...1) Moving Panoramas, One (Modern Outsider)..."
"...Leslie Sisson’s Moving Panoramas opened the SXSW HAAM Day showcase at the Palm Door on Sixth beginning at 7pm...."
"...Daniel Johnston performs while backed by Moving Panoramas, Will Courtney. and Kathy McCarty...."
"...Moving Panoramas, Löwin, Go Fever, Vonne Sat., Jan. 6, 8:30pm, Valhalla..."
"...Thirteen acts pull from Austin’s crowded music scene, most famously southern rockers Band of Heathens and platinum rock/pop hit-makers Fastball. Other local acts on the docket: David Ramirez, Blind Pets, Whitney Rose, Moving Panoramas, Blue Healer, Lincoln Durham, Emily Wolfe, William Harries Graham, Missio, Tamarron, and mouthful act Letting Up Despite Great Faults...."
"...Locally, representation begins with newly minted Merge signees A Giant Dog, Band of Heathens, Matt Gilmour’s Patient Wolf, recent Chronicle cover stars Moving Panoramas, bluesman Paul Oscher, Skyline, Nightowls, and Jon Dee Graham, with Graham’s son William Harries Graham & Painted Redstarts filling out the frame...."
"...Moving Panoramas, Palm Door on Sixth (7pm)..."
"...The video mirrors the surface simplicity of the composition with an everyday Austin spot check – Congress Avenue, Lady Bird Lake – that builds momentum into the clip’s subtle narrative conflict and resolution. Credit homegrown filmmaker Zachary Parks Grigg, who worked previously with Schneider on “Lake Michigan” and also made videos with the Moving Panoramas..."
"...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...."
"...Often it's Lukens playing the role of priest. Other times it's been Austin artists like Sara Houser of Löwin, Cara Tillman from Moving Panoramas, Blood Pumps singer Bill Stevenson, and Aaron Blackerby of Major Grizz tasked with turning subjects' confessions into personalized pop songs, which are quickly recorded in a mobile studio set up in the other side of the camper..."
"...Moving Panoramas at Barracuda on July 27, 2018..."
"...5) We’re all raving about LOLA’s La Clemenza de Tito, and with good reason – even though it has nothing to do with vodka, right? – but your Five Arty Things crew at the Chronicle wants to make sure you also know about Sunday’s Indie Orchestra Night from Brent Baldwin and his Panoramic Voices crowd. Why? Because the likes of Star Park, Moving Panoramas, Nakia, Calliope Musicals, Big Bill, and Dustin Welch will be raising high the Fair Market roofbeams via pure sonic glory – and, boy howdy, this is not a concert you want to miss...."
"...The effort coalesces at Mohawk with performances from Glass Eye's Kathy McCarty, still noted for 1992's all-Johnston cover LP Dead Dog's Eyeball, Lift to Experience singer/guitarist Josh T. Pearson, and Moving Panoramas with KUTX's afternoon deejay Laurie Gallardo..."