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Highlighting young avant-garde composers and challenging the taste biases of classical music’s curmudgeonly cultural elite.
Fat ladies singing? Modern opera and its discontents.
An Outsider’s Exploration of Modern Classical
The High Llamas’ Sean O’Hagan shares a few of his favorite things in life.
Hospital Ships’ Jordan Geiger shares a few of his favorite things in life.
The Black Swans’ Jerry DeCicca shares some of his favorite things from his hometown of Columbus, Ohio.
Eddie Argos of Art Brut shares a few of his favorite, er, “favourite” things in life.
Young Widows’ Evan Patterson discusses a few of his favorite things in life.
Damon Krukowski of Damon & Naomi discusses his 10 favorite tracks sung by male vocalists.
Maritime discuss a few of their favorite things in life.
Quintron discusses a few of his favorite things in life.
Cursive and The Good Life frontman Tim Kasher shares a few of his favorite things in life.
James Jackson Toth (aka Wooden Wand) discusses a few of his favorite things in life.
For every revered masterpiece there are dusty shelves full of iconoclastic jazz records like Jimmy Woods’ Conflict.
The Savage Nomads are a mash-up of every notable genre to emerge from London in the last 35 years.
To say Spark’s career has started with a bang is an understatement.
Reinforcing the old punk adage that musical ability need never hamper creativity, everyone in Britain is talking about Egyptian Hip Hop.
The latest entry of our comedy column, The Punch Line.
Rob Browning returns for the second entry of our comedy column, The Punch Line.
In this inaugural column, Rob Browning explores how 2010 was a good year for indie comedy fans.