Tuesday, September 11
Better than: A tale of one city.
When it comes to music, Tolstoy's dictum about the only two kinds of stories1) someone goes on a journey, or 2) a stranger comes to towncan usually be distilled into a single notion: We hop on th ... More >>
Guy Gerber has the kind of summer job that would make anyone jealous. The Israeli producer and DJ is nearing the end of the season in Ibiza, having spent idyllic days working on music by the ocean and neon nights playing his blend of progressive house and melodic techno for the insatiable tourists t ... More >>
The award-winning psychological thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene is unsettling theater audiences across America as we speak, but its surround-sound string swells are actually as homegrown as any Brooklyn band's loft demos. The soundtrack was helmed by Daniel Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans ... More >>
Yes In My Backyard is a semiweekly column showcasing MP3s from new and emerging local talent.
Brooklyn's Slow Six walk a tightrope between glacial post-rock and modern classical music; they're equally adept at making swelling waves of Arvo Pärt viola bumblebees as they are manhandling good ... More >>