RBMA gathered Ken Scott, Tony Visconti, and Nile Rodgers for (separate) conversations in NYC regarding their production work on classic Bowie albums. They also talked with Brian Eno and have his '77 Million Paintings' on display.
Stories about the ordinary lives of young women have abounded at film festivals this year. As we look at two of the most popular at SFIFF, we ask whether or not these films are as interesting as they're made out to be.
Mike Ott's Pearblossom Hwy is meant as a film about a generation of lost youth. Unfortunately, it just can't engage with the concerns that it raises, leaving viewers with no real way to empathize with the film's main characters.
The 2013 NYIFF is holding screenings at Tribeca Cinemas and NYU's Skirball Center through May 4th.
Atiq Rahimi's new movie is a powerful portrait of a woman struggling to care for her comatose husband and protect her two young daughters in war-torn Afghanistan.
Adam Klein is committed. When I sat down to meet him for coffee to chat about this year’s Twilight Americana Festival held in Athens, GA (formerly named the Athens Americana Festival), the festival’s organizer had just been rear-ended in a car accident.
UK artist Laura Mvula has received rave reviews overseas and, now that her album Sing to the Moon is set for release in the States, she's earning high praise here. But she still she could admit she was nervous in front of a crowd of industry types at her debut show in NYC.
Tour stop in New York City brings Caveman home for one night.
With his critically acclaimed Inspiration Information album seeing a deluxe re-release this week, Shuggie Otis performs a sold out show at BB King's.
With their debut album From the Hills Below the City soon to be released, Houndmouth continue to build a receptive audience touring the country.