Adam Forkner

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Adam Forkner
Also known as White Rainbow
Born (1976-03-27) March 27, 1976 (age 41)
Origin Portland, Oregon
Genres Psychedelic, ambient, electronic, experimental
Labels Kranky,
Marriage,
States Rights,
K Records,
Yarn Lazer,
Associated acts White Rainbow, Yume Bitsu, Surface of Eceyon, Rob Walmart, Purple & Green, Atlas Sound
Website http://www.whiterainbow.tumblr.com
Notable instruments
guitar, keyboards, electronics

Adam Forkner (born March 27, 1976) is a musician / producer from Portland, Oregon, USA, who has performed as White Rainbow since 2003.

Discography[edit]

As White Rainbow[edit]

  • ZOME (2005)
  • BOX (2006)
  • Sun Shifts (2007)
  • Sky Drips Drifts (2007)
  • Prism Of Eternal Now (2007)
  • New Clouds (2009)
  • THRU.U LP (2014)

As VVRSSNN[edit]

With World[edit]

  • s/t (2005)

With Yume Bitsu[edit]

  • Giant Surface Music Falling to Earth Like Jewels From the Sky (1998)
  • s/t (1999)
  • Auspicious Winds (2000)
  • split EP w/ Andrew Reiger (2002)
  • The Golden Vessyl of Sound (2002)
  • Dryystonian Dreamscapes (2002)
  • Dryystonian Dreamscapes Volume II (2003)
  • Wabi Morning (2003)

With Surface of Eceon/Surface of Eceyon[edit]

  • The King Beneath the Mountain (2002)
  • Dragyyn (2003)
  • Tussyan Ruins (2003)
  • Dragyyn (2004)

Other projects[edit]

  • Rob Walmart - an improvised electronic music collective
  • We Like Cats - a dub-influenced collaboration with Honey Owens (Miracles Club, Valet) and Eva Salens (Inca Ore) (Defunct)

Legal affairs[edit]

On February 18, 2016, Forkner's former girlfriend Christine Messersmith filed a formal report, alleging that Forkner had assaulted her three days earlier. After the Los Angeles City Attorney rejected her case for lack of evidence, Messersmith posted a photograph on Facebook describing the attack, claiming that it "lasted for 15 minutes". Later in the month, it was reported by LA Weekly that Forkner would not face legal charges.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kissel, Chris (March 29, 2016). "Adam Forkner, aka White Rainbow, Will Not Face Criminal Charges in Alleged Domestic Assault". L.A. Weekly. Retrieved December 30, 2016. 

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