Adele Nigro aka Any Other shares her experiences with being a self-taught musician, her relation to feminism and her struggles with choosing a non-conventional career.
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.
An exploration of Turkish music from the 70s to 80s, written, produced or performed by women.
Essentially, everything is about that feeling of utility. Multidisciplinary artist Mitoș Micleușanu explores the multiple faces of failure.
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.
Barcelona-based Venezuelan DJ and artist Daniella Isamit Morales talks about her current research on Tuki, Funka and Kuduro music genres, exotified identities, sexism and more.
The striking resemblance story of Fairuz – the jewel of Beirut and Kamuran Akkor – the pearl of Istanbul.
Some associate the Ukrainian singer-songwriter Svitlana Nianio’s Casio or Fender Rhodes-driven baroque-like songs with so called avant-folk in its Slavic form.
Thoughts and impressions from the 38th edition of the free jazz and improvised music festival Konfrontationen 2017 in Nickelsdorf, Austria.
Here's a guide for our first music residency - The Attic InContext - to take place between June 21-25 in Slănic Moldova, Bacău county.
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.
Nicolas Sheikholeslami shares his thoughts on the creation of the compilation 'Sweet as Broken Dates – Lost Somali Tapes from the Horn of Africa'.
The French composer reveals a glimpse of his fascinating music universe.
Life experiences with Lê Quan Ninh and Michel Doneda at Konfrontationen Festival 2016 in Nickelsdorf, Austria.
How the communist regime influenced creation and what ‘underground’ meant back in the 70s and 80s.