A slow-motion road to the silver screen: Spinning Man author George Harrar talks about the journey from page to film.
The filmmaker chose, wisely, to emphasize Tempest Storm’s fortitude and self-determination.
In this exhibition, I wanted to focus on the screen as a threshold between realms and to ask questions around its materiality, its power.
This is a folk/rock trio whose sound and haunting harmonies harken back to Crosby, Stills & Nash, the Eagles and Simon & Garfunkel.
When it comes to helping artists make a living, social media turns out to be a mixed blessing.
“There’s not too many people wanting their money back, thinking that they’re at a Pig Destroyer show or Destroyer 666.”
The Isleys remain bizarrely underrated by mainstream media outlets, but they’ve never been forgotten by music fans.
Henry Rollins insists on defining himself strictly on his own terms.
Stanley Sagov never wants to play a piece the same way twice. He’s always engaged in a “search for freshness.”
“I see him as the greatest artist of the English language, it happens to be in song, of the second half of the 20th century.