George Fifield has been pushing the conceptual ball called contemporary digital and intermedia art up a hill for decades.
“It’s not depressing to be told that writers and artists are getting screwed. It’s our daily reality.”
“The pain depicted on stage must cut to the bone, inspire a seemingly impossible empathy within me, within the audience.”
“My first order of business is to do a listening tour. I will have the same question for everyone I meet: what do you need to do your work?”
“I think a lot of people around town are fairly aware of the Red Sox’s checkered history in terms of race.”
Tim Page on a generous sampling of Virgil Thomson’s best music criticism – trenchant, outspoken, oftentimes delightfully clever, and always assured.
Legendary gospel performer Spencer Taylor Jr. and the Highway QC’s will be part of the biggest traditional gospel program of the year in Boston.
“If you’re dead you won’t have a movement, and guns kept people alive. In particular, kept people who made the movement alive.”
Self-production, I think, is for artists who also are entrepreneurs who have a burning desire to get their voice heard.
Neuroplasticity is a bit more fleshed-out than its predecessor, but the album retains ample amounts of the slow to mid-tempo spookiness that Al Spx calls “doom soul.”