Tristan Kneschke has written for a variety of music publications, including Tiny Mix Tapes, Hyperallergic, Metal Sucks, Decoder Magazine, The Wild Honey Pie, among others. He was Subrewind's former managing editor, and has written extensively about video for industry sites No Film School and Premium Beat. He enjoys traveling to places his mother has warned him about. Twitter: @exit_edit
Narcos depicts the narcotics industry as a form of capitalism run amok, an unending game motivating its central criminals.
04 Nov 2017
Rock in a Hard Place is a sober chronicling of music in some of the most conservative countries on the planet.
11 Sep 2017
Director Jan Hrebejk uses a Bratislavan high school to explore abuse of power and the effects of group complacency endemic to the time.
08 Sep 2017
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.
25 Aug 2017
The former member of Lou Reed's The Primitives yearned to free himself of composition, to strive toward a new paradigm found in minimalism.
22 Aug 2017
Deep Listening opens possibilities for experiencing music in new ways, in effect teaching its pupils how to listen to listening itself.
31 Jul 2017
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