Michael interviews Neo to talk about music, the recent SSSS!, and much more. Check out Cacophony's first post of the new year!Read More...
Compiled by Emily Kerski
Music and Dialogue: Minority Voices, a conversation with Akshat Jain.
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.
An interview with co-curators Nick Meryhew, Alex Grimes, Rebecca Himelstein, Allen Moore, and Adam Shanley about the Comfort Station Logan Square's new experimental music series.
Photos courtesy of tomekareid.net
Inspiration can catch experimental cellist Tomeka Reid at any moment. So much so, in fact, that she forgot our Skype interview. After logging in and waiting for ten minutes, I texted her. A flustered apology and explanation followed: “Got inspired to put my keyboard together this morning!!!” Her text included a photo of the culprit.… Read More...
by Amelia Ishmael
An interview with Rhys Chatham
Amelia Ishmael: When was the last time that you were in Chicago, and what did you do?
Rhys Chatham: I’ve been in Chicago so many times, it all drifts into one beautiful story.… Read More...
By Bethany Younge
Lesley Flanigan Preview for Wednesday, 4/27 at Constellation
“In a way, Hedera is a traveling piece. It simply moves from point A to point B, and before you know it, 20 minutes have gone by.”
by Eli Namay
REFLECTING on the Genetti/Fleisenberg/Strong show from last Sunday at Elastic Arts, it is striking to me how much they share a fascination with their own embodiment, as well as with various external physical forces. They each, however, enunciate these fascinations artistically in drastically different manners, ranging from Carol’s use and love of analog synthesis, to Jim’s instrument building, to Flandrew’s large gestured articulation of the natural properties of space.… Read More...