“We’re living in interesting times at the moment because it is a challenge for music right now. One thinks everthing has been there already, but that is never the case. You have to look carefully. At any moment something different can be totally sought after, and something else can be out.”
Do you remember movies such as Beat Street (1984), Wild Style (1983) or Wholetrain (2006) and the documentary Style Wars (1983)? All these gave great insight into the world of modern graffiti, bombing, tagging and trainwriting. In early 2011, filmmakers Henrik Regel and Björn Birg stepped up with a new documentary, focussing strictly on the – more
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez is known to many as one of the creative minds behind experimental rock band The Mars Volta. The band’s latest record, ‘The Bedlam in Goliath’, was released in January 2008, but Rodriguez-Lopez is again embarking on solo endeavors. This time, he has found a partner in record label Stones Throw, known for their – more
As liquid and dreamlike as it is harsh, David Psutka’s new album under his Egyptrixx moniker is his most intriguing and personal yet. EB’s Daniel Jones speaks with Lynette Cerezo and Gustavo Aldana of the Los Angeles post-punk group Bestial Mouths, whose last LP was produced by Psutka.
Disco heathens and Erol Alkan-favourites Fan Death are gearing up for their hotly anticipated debut release early next year. The Vancouver band featuring Dandi Wind and Marta Jaciubek-McKeever has been riding high since the success of ace single “Veronica’s Veil” and Japanese 12” “Cannibal”. Building on some very hot buzz in 2008, Fan Death have – more