The Rozz-Tox Manifesto Gary Panter (1980) tem 1: The avant-garde is no corpus. It merely lies in shock after an unfortunate bout with its own petard. It feigns sleep but one eye glitters and an involuntary twitch in the corner of the mouth belies a suppressed snicker. The giggle of coming awake at one’s own … [Read more…]
Artist Blurred Lines Between Life and Art An avant-garde musician and photographer, she was widely known for her large-scale ambient works shot with a pinhole camera.
From the New York Times on 02/19/2021, Milford Graves, Singular Drummer and Polymath, Dies at 79. His free-jazz drumming style was unlike anything heard before, but his explorations and inventions went far beyond music. By Giovanni Russonello Lest we forget, or discover somthing new …
Over on the Atlantic, James Parker writes about The Funkadelic Album That Predicted the Future The legendary band could almost blend in with other acts during the counterculture of the ’70s. But today, the group looks like a pure phenomenon.
True BelieversThe Man Who Brian Eno Called ‘the Daddy of Us All’ La Monte Young, the composer who quietly shaped much of contemporary Western music, reaches his last act.