The veteran musician, budding actor, and unapologetic Harry Potter fan talks to local singer-songwriter Quinn Tsan.
As long as Piece has the Weight on tap, a world-class American pale is never further away than Wicker Park.
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
The Summer Music Film Festival screens documentaries on Death, John Fahey, Nels Cline, and Levon Helm.
Audio engineers Tim Iseler and Jeremy Lemos on “Darth Vader’s Cock and Balls” and the Dirty Projectors at the Sydney Opera
Musical obsessions of Cheer-Accident keyboardist Dudley Bayne, Reader music editor Philip Montoro, and multi-instrumentalist Boris Hauf
Here’s what local musicians (and other tastemakers) were listening to in 2009.
Anthony Coleman reframes the post-ragtime proto-jazz of Jelly Roll Morton, one-of-a-kind mongrel folkie Michael Hurley cuts an album with Ida, and Tompkins Square collects three discs of off-the-grid black gospel.