In 1991, Black A.G. made it onto TVs all over the country with the Quicksilver Cooley production “No Typa Drugdeala.”
There may be no better musical representation of the adage that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts than instrumental postrock group Tortoise. Nearly 30 years after its inception, the Chicago-born quintet continue to synergize the disparate influences of its members, combining groove-filled, indie-leaning Krautrock with electronic flourishes, jazz sensibilities, global influences, […]
Midwinter runs February 15 through 17 and also includes Oneohtrix Point Never, Grouper, Perfume Genius, DJ Koze, two William Basinski performances, and Tortoise playing all of TNT.
Tropes of the genre just don’t work onstage the same way they do on-screen.
Do American really like watching athletes perform or just talking about athletes performing? With its simple rules, lack of structure, and continuity of play, World Cup soccer may be the ultimate test of the American sports fan’s attention span.