Our current member of In-Residence is known for crafting songs with raw, emotive lyrics over danceable, melancholy folk music, made from a combination of field recordings and techno, that pummels the heart rather than dances around it.
Meet our new In-Residence artist Christian Scott, a celebrated Grammy-nominated jazz musician and composer. The 10,000 spoke with Scott about his musical education, African roots, and "stretch music" as a concept.
Through cutting-edge music apps Bloom, Scape and the recently redesigned Trope, iconic ambient music composer Brian Eno and musician/software designer Peter Chilvers expand the possibilities of generative music.
Master & Dynamic selected singer/songwriter Diane Birch to be the first member of our In-Residence program. Birch's music and unique sound shows the evolution of an artist who has carved her own path.
When Noma Han is not modeling, he works as a professional tattoo artist in the heart of Koreatown. The 10,000 spoke with Han about his introduction to tattoo culture, his evolution as a tattoo artist, and balancing his work with his high fashion modeling career.
Vibrantly merging sound, light and interactivity, Colorado-based artist and musician Michael Theodore creates immersive experiences through large-scale kinetic installations.
In just three years after graduating from the Yale School of Drama, Miriam Hyman has built an accomplished resume. The 10,000 met with the classically-trained actress, hip hop artist and audiobook narrator to talk words and music.
Deaf since birth, artist Christine Sun Kim uses her innovative art to analyze the unexpected, underappreciated, and often, underrepresented visual, physical and performative aspects of audio.
Aerosyn~Lex Meštrović's art experiments with the written word and finds new meaning from the age-old craft of calligraphy.
We caught up with rock band drummer/DJ, dollybird fashionista, and engaged citizen Tennessee Thomas to talk music, fashion, the 60s and her personal evolution – stylistic and otherwise.
Most of us prefer life with a filter—a blurred vignette with colors that are softer than our sight allows us to remember; we like memories a bit muted or more dramatic than they actually were. An exception is Max Ferguson.