We spoke with painter, sculptor, and filmmaker José Parlá about the premiere of his latest work, a foray into experimental documentary film.
Sidewalk Chalk, the Sidewalk Chalk, a Chicago-based sextet comprised of a vocalist and an emcee alongside the sounds of a keyboard, bass, trombone, and trumpet, premieres their new song "Trapped" and talks to us about artistry in today's music.
We spoke with Brooklyn-based duo Live Footage about the collaborative nature of musicians, inspiration, and their unique sound.
We spoke with Nicole Will, independent curator at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, about their newest exhibit on the late composer Arthur Russell, a pioneer of electronic music.
We've got a playlist from New York City-based DJ, producer and model Jesse Marco up on our blog — a party-ready mix that's sure to get listeners moving.
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.