Posts Tagged: brooklyn

Interview: Rhys Chatham

Come summer Montreal becomes a parade of constant festivals.  Suoni per il Popolo (Sounds for the People) remains my favorite festival because it’s really an anti-festival; it’s a well-curated concert series that rewards attention and reflection.  The way that the

Interview: Rhys Chatham

Come summer Montreal becomes a parade of constant festivals.  Suoni per il Popolo (Sounds for the People) remains my favorite festival because it’s really an anti-festival; it’s a well-curated concert series that rewards attention and reflection.  The way that the

Dan Friel ~ Total Folklore

Dan Friel uses a thrift store basement’s worth of pedals and odd gear to craft crumbling Nintendo anthems. When we say “anthems” we mean choreographed marching down the middle of the street with Super Mario and the fire department, fists in the air

Dan Friel ~ Total Folklore

Dan Friel uses a thrift store basement’s worth of pedals and odd gear to craft crumbling Nintendo anthems. When we say “anthems” we mean choreographed marching down the middle of the street with Super Mario and the fire department, fists in the air