The last event in the Kammer Klang series for 2017 centred on the work of American composer Mary Jane Leach.
Known for her creative look on ’90s aesthetics, Luna, a.k.a. Kristina Bardash revamped Ukraine’s modern pop sound. Here’s a video… Read more A new album from Ukraine’s Luna
Indie City is an Israeli project that (although I don’t speak enough Hebrew to understand the fine details) invites some fantastic… Read more Indie City – Shots And Sounds From The Streets of Jerusalem
Bristol punk-rockers IDLES released their debut album Brutalism in 2017 – and, deservingly, they’re doing mighty well. The insightful lyrics of Well… Read more Well Done – A Brutalist Pat on The Back For IDLES
This is a gorgeous Bollywood video I recently discovered – and that goes way beyond the filmic talent, extravagance and funds,… Read more The Grace of Bollywood’s Golden Mandolin
Best thing about waking up on a Manic Monday in London (I personally work from home – but everybody else… Read more Sonarchy meets Jazz Theatre
The British Film Institute welcomed music and photography lovers on Wednesday 12th July for a preview of SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra… Read more SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock @ BFI
In a vast universe of lost-in-the-time-capsule videos, make-up tips and – yes, of course – tutorials and step-by-step guides on… Read more Deep Cuts on YouTube: Music Analysis That Is Educational, But Entirely Riveting.
Pierre Bastien playing one of his experimental instruments alongside Tomaga
Live in Copenhagen, under dark grey skies. Photo credit: Danai Molocha