Trent Moorman

Trent Moorman—Stranger music columnist and Line Out blogger—has also written for Vice, Rolling Stone, Tape Op, Portland Mercury, The Jung Society Quarterly, and Thresholds Quarterly (School of Metaphysics). He won a New Millennium Writing Award for a piece about running the course of the original marathon in Greece. You may have seen or heard Trent play drums for Fresh Espresso, Lusine, Don't Talk to the Cops!, Katie Kate, OCnotes, Metal Chocolates, Mad Rad, Vox Mod, Head Like a Kite, and the Saturday Knights. He also provides the bumper music for CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 Show. Trent is heavily influenced by dream psychology, and he can often be found late at night scouring the edge of Elliott Bay by the aquarium looking for a mystic who plays him boombox prophecies.

Recent Articles

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Music Sep 2 4:00 AM

Lee "Scratch" Perry: "Let's Make a Jungle Gym Out of Ears"

An Interview with Reggae/Dub Innovator Lee "Scratch" Perry

Features Sep 2 4:00 AM

How to Be a Drummer and Not Get Screwed

Six of Seattle's Best Drummers Talk About the Business Side of What They Do

Music Jul 22 4:00 AM

Decoding the Queen Gene in Ratatat's DNA

Evan Mast Talks Brian May, Remixing Björk, and Magnifique, Their First LP in Five Years

Music Jul 22 4:00 AM

Basic Witch

The Star of Wicked's Touring Company Opens Up About Hating Dorothy and Identifying with the Big Bad Wolf