In this interview with Director Alexandria Bombach centered on her recent documentary about Nadia Murad, On Her Shoulders, she reflects on how we process another's trauma, and how we might be moved beyond simply awareness.
Forget everything you think you know about Paul Auster, as with the release of his New York Trilogy manuscripts, the award-winning author talks typewriters, telephones, and why he doesn't think of himself
as a novelist.
As an artist who boldly blurs the line between avant-garde aesthetics and pop accessibility, Julia Holter's new album comes at us as a statement, and one that speaks to the power of her artistic journey.
Ever since she first picked up an Os Mutantes record at 14, Adron has been forging a sophisticated sound that blends Brazilian and folk influences with her dreamy impressionistic lyrics, and augmented by her wistful jazzy vocals.
Don Letts' latest endeavor, as part of his Turtle Bay Reggae 45 series of podcasts, is to tell the story of a notable but probably less well-known genre that helped to shape the identity of many young black Britons during the '70s: lover's rock.
The alchemy developed between artists paired to create tunes for other people could be hit-and-mysterious, but this duo of Nashville-based musicians (Hush Kids) finally saw the writing on the wall to deliver a welcoming, relaxing respite.