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Book Review: Technicolor Dreamin': The 1960’s Rainbow and Beyond by Karen Moller

This counterculture artist and designer's memoir is full of interesting anecdotes. Read More »

Music Review: John Cale – Extra Playful (EP)

Cale is still pushing the envelope by blending pop music with an avant-garde sensibility. Read More »

Music Review: Rheinhold Friedl – Inside Piano

Rehinhold Friedl has created a brilliant new form of piano playing with his new recording Read More »

Music Review: Dance Club Massacre – Feast of the Blood Monsters, and Le Grand Guignol – The Great Maddening

Two strange bands that caught me totally by surprise. Read More »

The Magic Band Announces 2011 United Kingdom Tour

Fans of eclectic, avant-garde rock, blues and jazz music are in for a treat as The Magic Band of Captain Beefheart fame will play the U.K. and Dublin later this year. Read More »

Music Review: Can – Future Days

Krautrock legends gracefully combine design and performance in this often overlooked classic. Read More »

Music Review: Gosta Berlings Saga – Glue Works

An eclectic combination of progressive rock and the avant-garde. Read More »

Music Review: Cheer-Accident – No Ifs, Ands Or Dogs

Chicago avant-garde heroes Cheer-Accident's 17th recording. Read More »

DVD review: Merce Cunningham Dance Company: Robert Rauschenberg Collaborations

Although these works are best seen amid the visual and aural scope of the concert hall, fans of will find much to treasure in these videos. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Frank Zappa – An Evening With Frank Zappa During Which…The Torture Never Stops

Another great example of Frank Zappa’s endless creativity and individuality. Read More »