Tristan Kneschke has contributed to Hyperallergic, Decoder Magazine, The Wild Honey Pie, Echoes and Dust, No Film School, and others. He’s the former Managing Editor for Subrewind and enjoys traveling to places his mother warns him about.
You Must Do What You Love to Survive: 'Rock in a Hard Place: Music and Mayhem in the Middle East' | 10 Sep 2017 // 9:00 PM
Rock in a Hard Place is a sober chronicling of music in some of the most conservative countries on the planet.
Noah Preminger Talks About His Bold Jazz Protest Album, 'Meditations on Freedom' | 24 Aug 2017 // 10:00 PM
Protest music is both an empathizing artform and an empowering oppositional force. Saxophonist Noah Preminger has taken his own stand, releasing his sixth album on Inauguration Day.
Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton: Choir of the Mind | 14 Sep 2017 // 9:10 PM
Emily Haines’ sophomore effort is a bold, if somewhat depressing, feminist statement.
'The Teacher' Shows That Communism's Impact Still Resonates | 8 Sep 2017 // 5:00 AM
Director Jan Hrebejk uses a Bratislavan high school to explore abuse of power and the effects of group complacency endemic to the time.