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With a career stretching as far back as the late '70s, Jane Siberry has practically covered the whole ground set in the definition of "art-rock" and beyond, garnering that cult artist status so many have strived for, but few have attained.
·10 min read
Maria Staroselets sat down with us to talk about 'Continuous Mapping': her experimental theatre performance that uses audio and interactive elements to tell a unique story of the city with its residents as its main characters.
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Chris Emerson aka What So Not stopped by the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C. and threw down. Exactly a year after his last appearance, D.C. was ready for more great vibes. With an opening DJ set by Chrome Sparks, the dimly lit room set the mood for chill and mellow beats. Check out our full gallery of shots and be sure to catch him on tour.
·7 min read
What is Krautrock? And how has this weird era of eclectic music from West Germany in the '60s and '70s come to influence so much in music still to this day? Let's take a look.
Yuval Ron & Úyanga Bold are able to bring some music of substance to the often superficial genre of relaxation/meditation music with 'Sacred Spiral.'
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The German museum has prepared a two-month-long multimedia program that will feature a "Moon Machine" which will display unheard Moondog pieces and new compositions, as well as visualize sounds and ideas.
'Smoke + Glass' is the abstract name of an even more abstract LP from the production duo Alex Haas / Bill Laswell which is as experimental as they come.
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Experimental theatre aims to break the rules of traditional theatre performances, allowing artists to think outside the box and establish new artistic methods, with its most remarkable characteristic being the participation of its audience.