Middle-Aged Jesus: Lydia Lunchs Second ComingBy Judy Berman
Lydia Lunch is the most arresting performer Ive ever seen.
Fleet Foxes: Pastoral MelodiesBy Laura Flierl
"Come down from the mountainyou have been gone too long, sings Robin Pecknold, singer and songwriter for Washington States Fleet Foxes.
¡Divertido! Dan Zaness ¡Nueva York! Brings a Guerilla Groove to Family MusicBy KK Kozik
Fun is not a word commonly understood to spearhead subversive politics. Yet when Dan Zanes discusses life and music it becomes clear that fun is the sword with which he fights the good fight.
In with the Out CrowdBy Peter Holslin
A jazz musician with a well-honed punk sensibility, Marc Ribot has been a mainstay of New York Citys downtown music scene for more than twenty years.
Cyrill Schläpfer with Bart Plantenga
Cyrill Schläpfer is one of those possessed artists, a bent ethnomusicologist veteran of many journeys into the Alpine countryside.
OuttakesBy Steve Dalachinsky
George Lewiss 676-page magnum opus A Power Stronger Than Itself: The AACM and American Experimental Musichas, after ten years of intensive labor, finally come out.
Baye KouyatéBy Aaron Lake Smith
The Malian percussionist Baye Kouyaté and I first met at a dinner where Bill Jensen and Margrit Lewzcuk were welcoming him back to Brooklyn from time in Tampa, Florida with his fiancée Annette and her two children.