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Music Review: Medeski Martin & Wood – Radiolarians: The Evolutionary Set

An extraordinarily comprehensive look at a single body of work. Read More »

I Hear Sparks: Charles Spearin – The Happiness Project

This record represents the purity, minimalism and truth of great art. Read More »

Music Review: Irmin Schmidt – Filmmusik Anthology Volume 4 & 5

The fourth and fifth selections of Irmin Schmidt's soundtracks are available now. Read More »

The Friday Morning Listen: Bill Frisell & Jim Staley – Live at Roulette

Category? What category?! Read More »

I Hear Sparks: Eyal Maoz’s Edom – Hope and Destruction

Eyal Maoz's incredible guitar guides the way on this blistering rock odyssey. Read More »

Music Review: Fred Anderson – 21st Century Chase: 80th Birthday Bash At The Velvet Lounge

Music at its freest and most abandoned and the chance to hear it played by one of the masters. Read More »

Theatre Review (Austin, TX): Direct Object at Salvage Vanguard Theater

Alternative theater can be fun when the performers are inventive and talented. Read More »

DVD Review: Diaries, Notes and Sketches (Walden)

A film diary from the godfather of American avant-garde cinema Read More »

Music Review: Satoko Fujii and Myra Melford – Under the Water

An eccentric, challenging, dark improvisational piano duel. Read More »

DVD Review: Last Year at Marienbad

An essential avant-garde masterpiece that gives you something you don't expect from an avant-garde masterpiece: sheer pleasure. Read More »