How Bronski Beat’s Jimmy Somerville Survived the ’80s
Max spoke to the Bronski Beat frontman about pop's explosive second wave in London, the advent of the AIDS epidemic, and surviving the '80s.
Boris Blank— “Punk wasn’t spectacular at all.”
Boris Blank talks about Rote Fabrik, his new box set, and why punk from 1978 was "ornamentation."
Den Sorte Skole— “Every sound tells a story, and every voice has an echo.”
Max Dax waxes philosophical on sampling with Cophenhagen duo Den Sorte Skole.
Art Collection Telekom Presents Radenko Milak on the Allure of Disaster
Max Dax spoke to Radenko Malik about the conceptual thrust behind his realistic paintings, which translate photos into watercolor reproductions.
Art Collection Telekom Presents Şükran Moral on the Power of Provocation
Max Dax spoke to Şükran Moral about her provocative performance and video art pieces, some of which were so controversial that they inspired death threats.
Art Collection Telekom Presents: Igor Grubic on the Power of Ritual
"I love the tension that you create when you do art in a public space, especially when it’s unannounced."
Art Collection Telekom Presents: Sejla Kameric Discusses the Trauma of War
"I understood early on that life is a struggle and that survival is a mental game."
The fate of the new, unreleased Wu-Tang Clan album has remained a looming question mark. RZA tells why.
72 hours in Rio de Janeiro: Paulo Cézar
Ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup we met Brazil’s preeminent cultural ambassadors to explain the current state of affairs in their own words. In part two, form ...
72 hours in Rio de Janeiro: Caetano Veloso and Arto Lindsay
Ahead of the 2014 World Cup we met Brazil’s preeminent cultural ambassadors to explain the current state of affairs in their own words. Here, Caetano Veloso, ...