With knockout performances comes an examination of the need for revolutionaries when pushing for real change.
SAIC’s grad students control (and explode) the frame in an online performance festival.
In her book Faux Pas, the painter makes a rarified field approachable with humor and profundity.
The leaders of the city’s cultural institutions remain encouraged after facing the most recent round of closings in November.
The Underflow take their name from the Greek record store where guitarist David Grubbs, cornetist Rob Mazurek, and saxophonist Mats Gustafsson played their first trio gig in May 2019. But […]
Rowdy UK postpunk band Black Country, New Road dropped their eagerly awaited debut album on Friday.
Categorizing the doomsday sonic bludgeon wielded by Providence duo the Body over their two-decade reign of terror isn’t an easy task. Guitarist and screamer Chip King and drummer Lee Buford […]
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Health officials aren’t addressing—or even tracking—the impact of COVID-19 by gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation.
Last spring, the future of Nervosa seemed uncertain. The powerful Brazilian thrash-metal band had changed drummers a few times since forming in 2010, but in April 2020 bassist and vocalist […]
On the new double-disc compilation Defilements, long-running Japanese band Coffins solder together a patchwork of death and doom metal from five out-of-print releases that trace their development throughout the 2010s. […]
“For a couple months, I was just DJing for tips. Luckily the community that I have around me, they were pouring into me as much as I give out to them.”