La Otracina

“We are making OUR sound, and maybe it ain’t all ‘new,’ but it’s ‘ours,’ and it changes and grows.”


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.”