This year's Pickathon, an independent festival held on the edge of an Oregon forest, hosted a staggeringly diverse lineup of acts in something that seemed for all the world like paradise. Promartyr were on a bill with BADBADNOTGOOD, Julia Holter shared a bill with Boulevards, and local artists like The Woolen Men backed it all up.
Vancouver psych-rock band Black Mountain tend to stand out wherever they go, though. The video below, shot at the festival's Galaxy Barn, shows why: a full eight minutes of bludgeoning riffs, delicate vocals, and very intense trips. It's another episode of the Galaxy Barn Series and you can watch all of the clips right here.
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