Paul Schneggenburger shows the way that two beings choreograph their lives together; discretely brushing fingertips over bare skin is a unique dance.
These images ply us with the stark yet mundane moments of each day, each life. In this eerily familiar way Yto Barrada shows us what soaks our existence.
With a set list featuring shimmering vocals, stripped down percussion, and an endless array of uncanny sounds, Efterklang left Lincoln Hall victorious.
The six dozen exhibit spaces in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District offer enough visual stimulation for many eyeballs.
Worst comes to worst, they’ll make a good collection of beats and rhymes respected by people who care for substance in their musical consumption. This show was ill, and IPMM was happy to be a part of it.
There’s no doubt about it, Richard Thompson is the greatest musician too many people have still have never heard of.
Amongst the newest selections, are Modeslektor, Peanut Butter Wolf, Flying Lotus, Zongo Junction, Wu tang, and Paum/Sarin.
You feel as though you’re getting a view of something that is meant to be kept behind closed doors; from the angles, to the expressions on the faces, to the soulless products monotonously sent down the production line.
Another random dive into “the internets” yielded his photos, which are soft, subtle, poignant, and rich