The ancient art of the laser show (much like figure skating and the intentional spread of infectious diseases) is a sorely underutilized medium in rock 'n' roll.
Why did the synesthetic experience of fusing music and amplified beams of light hit its peak with Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon and ... More >>
By now, there's not much King Britt hasn't done musically in a career spanning almost three decades.
As one of Philadelphia's electronic dance music pioneers, Britt enjoyed massive commercial success in the '90s, through his Sylk 130 project and as half of E-Culture with fellow luminary Josh Wink, ... More >>
Oh, yeah! Artist and accomplished violist Kathryn Marks has made music with both traditional orchestras and prolific genius Dino Felipe.
Recently, she partnered with nomadic art project The End/SPRING BREAK for Ear Conditioning, a monthlong experiment in sound that took place throughout July. W ... More >>
Kevin Arrow looking very Sun Ra. "I have a special connection to Sun Ra," insists artist Kevin Arrow.
And this Saturday at the end/SPRING BREAK, he will be leading a special listening session, presenting Sun Ra's recordings decade by decade.
Arrow's seen Sun Ra many times over the years, both in M ... More >>
Photo by Alyssa Robb.A gothic metropolis in sunny California, San Francisco is a city suffering from a schizo split. It's bred hippies, Hells Angels, and the Zodiac Killer.
And five years ago, old San Fran gave birth to a certain psych-pop trio called Lemonade that luxuriates in the idea of swi ... More >>
via michaelfeinbergmusic.comMichael FeinbergEvil Geniuswww.michaelfeinbergmusic.comTo the uninitiated, jazz generally falls into one of two broad categories -- that which is readily accessible and that which isn't. That's an unsophisticated observation to be sure, but one with which many non-aficion ... More >>
JipsyKing Khan and the Shrines performed at The Vagabond Saturday night. Click here to view the full slide show.King Khan and the Shrines
Saturday, March 7, 2009
The Vagabond, Miami
Better Than: Listenin' to Nuggets while munchin' on peyote.
Until I read Chris Toenes' preview piece in this very p ... More >>
Cover your ears or bask in the blare. Miami avant-skronkers Harry Pussy, Rat Bastard, and Tom Smith's To Live and Shave in L.A. have launched an audacious aural assault on the senses. But is anyone out there listening?