TMT Cerberus 05

Ted Williams’ Cryogenically Frozen Head


Extra Golden

“There’s not a lot of African music that’s contemplative or music for music’s sake; it tends to serve a purpose.”


Gang Gang Dance

“Rock ‘n’ roll has been happening for so long. It’s really nice to see it go.”


Extra Life

“I’m really into a certain amount of artifice in music.”


Multistability in the Buddha Machine 2.0

…And the Inception of a New Musical ‘Vox Populi’


Interview: DJ Baku

A collaborator with Dose One and Dälek, DJ Baku is set to replay a louder, faster, weirder version of DJ Krush’s international success.


Mi Ami

“If a song is laid down too strictly, then we’d just be following the rules.”


Coachella 2009

[Empire Polo Field; Indio, CA]


Joe Biden's Problem with Music

A different perspective on the RIAA’s takeover of the Department of Justice


FOR SALE: Tiny Mix Tapes Vol. 1: Darfur

100% of profits to aid victims in the Sudanese region


FOR SALE: Tiny Mix Tapes Vol. 1: Darfur

100% of profits to aid victims in the Sudanese region


Titus Andronicus

“You want people to understand that we’re human beings, and I think that’s really a punk rock thing.”


TMT Cerberus 04

When the Light Go Down in the City


Bill Callahan

“All music is an attempt to escape seclusion.”


Sociocultural Ownership of an Artistic Form: Hip-Hop

White Suburbia and The Myth of Authenticity


Black Dice

“You can find a drum beat pretty easily by accident.”


TMT Cerberus 03

Slippery When Wet