Aïsha Devi and Emile Barret discuss the trans-dimensional world laid out through DNA Feelings and the empowering vision that inspires it.
Tony Buck of the Australian trio The Necks discusses homeland music and the long history of the trio's ups and downs.
Brian Williams also known as Lustmord gives an account of his creative process, collaborations, politics and more.
The polyphony of modern metropolis is the natural soundscape for Houston based trio Khruangbin. Their sound is a rare fusion of influences that range from Thai funk to surf rock and psychedelia.
Laurent Jeanneau on his Kink Gong recording project, gong orchestras, multiculturalism, discrimination, and cultural appropriation.
Since we dislike lists as much as you do, we asked some of our contributors, collaborators and friends to help us and share their favourite albums of 2017.
Novo Line talks about mathematics and alchemy that infuses his singular music.
There are so many reasons for why music exists and why people are using music.
A round up of the best albums released in September 2018.
Andrew Choate shares his thoughts on the second edition of Outernational Days festival (July 7-9, 2017).
Music is everywhere. You claim to listen to everything, but do you really?
Essentially, everything is about that feeling of utility. Multidisciplinary artist Mitoș...
The difference between not-a-total-success and absolute-failure is often one of attitude.
In communism, if you were not obeying the instructions, you were sent to work in a factory.
The striking resemblance story of Fairuz – the jewel of Beirut and Kamuran Akkor – the pearl of Istanbul.
Society has taken freedom away by programming the illusion that there is freedom.
Nicolas Sheikholeslami shares his thoughts on the creation of the compilation 'Sweet as Broken Dates – Lost Somali Tapes from the Horn of Africa'.