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FINALLY! For the first time ever, the psychedelic independent film, White Mystery, “That Was Awesome” is available streaming for you to enjoy.
Take a wild ride through space & time from the Las Vegas desert to the post-apocalyptic swamplands of Georgia, onward to dreamland, through the cemeteries, basketball courts and hippie head-shops of Chicago.
This fictional movie is written, produced, and soundtracked by Chicago sibling duo Miss Alex White & Francis Scott Key White with the help of five filmmakers and dozens of your favorite B-movie actors. Watch the credits for the full cast.
To donate, Venmo email@example.comPosted 03.22.20 Permalink to this story
White Mystery performed Riot Fest five times— in 2011, 2012, 2013, and in Chicago plus Denver in 2015. What are your favorite White Mystery memories at Riot Fest? Feel free to comment below!
Photos by Diane Alexander White, Kris Lori Fuentes Cortes, and Jesse Fox.Posted 09.12.19 Permalink to this story
Miss Alex White & Francis Scott Key White are White Mystery from Chicago. The Chicago Tribune photographer Brian Cassella came over to capture the brother and sister at their two flat in Arcadia Terrace on the north side for the Rick Kogan article, “Redhead siblings play it loud and proud.” This picture is an outtake from that article.Posted 03.27.19 Permalink to this story
Riot Fest Rocks, You Suck
Riot Fest 2018 was a lovely experience. Douglas Park is a beautiful location and the festival layout was great. My favorite aspect of this festival is definitely people watching, there are so many unique individuals of all shapes and sizes, pretty much the opposite of Lollapalooza where everyone wears the same exact festival uniform. Standout performers were Gary Numan, Blondie, Elvis Costello, Cypress Hill, Twin Peaks, and Run The Jewels. Suicidal Tendencies played an absolutely legendary set for the ages. The crowd was going absolutely ape shit and everyone that crowd-surfed over the front row barricade emerged with looks of joy and euphoria. Forty year old punks with boot prints on their shirtless bodies were high-fiving security, looking like excited children that just got off a rollercoaster. All in all it was a memorable weekend that will be with me for a long time to come. By Francis White. Photos by Jason Demma.Posted 09.17.18 Permalink to this story