Ethan Stanislawski is a freelance journalist/critic and new media specialist. He is a regular reviewer and staff writer at Prefix Magazine, and also contributes regularly to Blogcritics Magazine. His interests include theater, film, and pop music criticism (with a focus on independent and alternative rock), sports, politics, the media, the Internet and Technology industries, and general culture. Ethan maintains the blog Tynan's Anger.
Wrapping up Pitchfork was an overload of great bands, and a sense of cautious musical freedom.
Saturday at Pitchfork was a hodgepodge of mania, mixed blessings, and the occasional breakthrough set.
Noise rock legend David Wm Sims, bassist for the Jesus Lizard talks about the band's highly-anticipated reuinion
Day one of Pitchfork featured mixed results from Write the Night, but the Jesus Lizard roared back.
Pitchfork Music Festival enters its fourth year as an established institution that can still provide some danger.
Despite contrasting age and prestige, these two plays are alike...except for the vast difference in quality.
Despite a kitchy production, When You Comin’ Back, Red Ryder? is vital to any transitional period for youthful rebellion.
This flawed but fascinating play explores the simultaneous allures and dangers of beauty.
Yet another success by The Management, this play inventively addresses American female sexual deviancy past, present, and future.
In this experimental opera, B-movie aesthetics seem fresh in the unlikeliest of ways.