…por el Yasuní… and why not …for Standing Rock…?
by Pablo Santiago Chin
Art’s Ivory Tower?
The creative impulse is as natural to humans as our instinct for survival. Even the history that traces mankind’s creativity became a creative substance.… Read More...
by Joan Arnau Pàmies
A resolute call for a detailed and analytical use of language when writing about music.
by Deidre Huckabay
OK look here’s the deal: I am writing about Ear Taxi.
Before and above all else, let’s both take a moment to check in on ourselves because woah, there is a lot of listening to do in the next six days.… Read More...
by Lakshmi Ramgopal
Lakshmi Ramgopal invites us to get to know Pamela Z in her "Speaking Memory: Pamela Z." Z has a performance at Constellation Chicago tomorrow night (September 24th, 2017)!
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
by Danika Paskvan
An exploration of how new and experimental musicians define themselves through what she calls International New Music English
By Pablo Santiago Chin
Borrowing Narratives and Intimacy in Collaboration: my music for flute
Pablo Santiago Chin will have his Three Burials performed by Dalia Chin as part of the Fonema Consort residency at Comfort Station on July 7th. Every Thursday of July, Comfort Music will present a member of Fonema Consort along with a Chicago-based composer. … Read More...
by Jenna Lyle
VERY excited to share some writing by Chicago-based composer and maker and Parlour Tapes+-er Jenna Lyle, a short essay on bodies in music, aptly titled People Doing Things.