Deidre Huckabay reflects on her experience playing in Marina Rosenfeld’s Sheer Frost Orchestra.
A conversation with Ludwig Abraham on entertainment, genre, and Mocrep’s Pants, Pants, Pants. Photo by: Jovana Abraham
Jesse Langen and Sivan Cohen Elias
Guitarist Jesse Langen sits down with composer and interdisciplinary artist Sivan Cohen Elias to discuss the role of communication, the process of creation, and, of course, many legged monsters.
by Eli Namay
In the last installment of Imploding Signs, Eli shares his zine “On Cultural Struggle: Artistic Militance and the Abolition of Value” to break down how his analysis of symbolic violence functions influence his artistic practices.
by Max Erwin
Max Erwin engages with and responds to Owen Davis’ new music development diagram. “The problem with personal goals is that they risk becoming more than personal.”
by Owen Davis
There is this quote that I found recently, I tweeted it, but I do not know the author, “…finding ways to find out things that I didn’t know.”
by Luis Fernando Amaya
Luis Fernando Amaya discusses his intentions behind the use of the screen in Tinta Roja, Tinta Negra / Red Ink, Black Ink.
by Ellen McSweeney
Reflections on the purpose of concert reviews and the role of music criticism.
by Joan Arnau Pàmies
A resolute call for a detailed and analytical use of language when writing about music.
by Michael Lewanski
A Highly Ambitious Analysis Of Chicago New Music; But One Which Is Also A Bit Dilettante-Ish, Somewhat Sloppy, And Makes No Claims To Completeness Nor Pretense Of Accuracy
An exploration of how new and experimental musicians define themselves through what she calls International New Music English