We caught up with DJ Stretch Armstrong shortly after the publication of the new book he cowrote with Evan Auerbach "No Sleep: NYC Nightlife Flyers 1988-1999" to talk DJ culture and the heyday of New York nightlife.
We spoke with recently knighted architect David Adjaye about designing the historic National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.
Jamareo Artis, the talented bass player in Bruno Mars' band The Hooligans, gave us a playlist of his favorite tracks — both songs he worked on and those he admires.
We're talking to Australian electronic artist Just A Gent about his persona, electronica's ever-shifting sound, his recently-released debut album, and more.
Chicago native hip-hop production duo Blended Babies, comprised of JP and Rich Gains, talk their recent work, their ever-changing style, and their thoughts on hip-hop's rising stars.
We spoke with social media savvy photographer/skater Van Styles about the '90s skate scene, the influence of music on his photography, starting a business, and more.
This fall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music presents The Cithara and the Aulos, an installation of psychedelic vinyl wallpaper. We sat down with the Brooklyn-based artist behind the work, Lauren Clay, to talk art, music, and inspiration.
We sat down with world-renowned solo violinist Giora Schmidt to talk about classical music in the modern age: the impact of technology, his influences, and having a career as one of classical's rising stars.