Wishing Margaret Atwood a happy birthday, a look at the nation’s best nonprofit writing centers, an interview with Atul Gawande, Kid Millions on George Clinton, and more.
Morning Bites: Shane Jones, Anders Nilsen Vs. Amazon, United Nations, Man Forever Interviewed, and More
Talking with Shane Jones, interviews with Man Forever and United Nations, recommended writing from Africa, comics against Amazon, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Melissa Broder, Kid Millions on Film, Justin Hocking Reviewed, A Silver Mt. Zion, and More
Checking in with Melissa Broder, Kid Millions on the latest from Man Forever, an interview with the man behind Lavender Country, Sarah McCarry on A Silver Mt. Zion, and more.
It would be hard to think of two artists who we’re more fond of at Vol.1 Brooklyn than Kid Millions and William Basinski. One is the drummer whose work with Oneida and Man Forever; the other is the composer behind such works as The Disintegration Loops and A Red Score in Tile. As part of this year’s Ecstatic Music Festival, the two collaborated, and WQXR has images from their performance up now, as well as a recording, which you can hear below. […]
Afternoon Bites: Jhumpa Lahiri on Mavis Gallant, “Einstein on the Beach,” Justin Hocking Excerpted, Kid Millions & J. Spaceman, and More
This afternoon: Jhumpa Lahiri remembers Mavis Gallant, a pair of takes on Matthew Barney’s latest, Jennifer Sky talks Seal, J. Spaceman and Kid Millions collaborate, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Jane Austen Video Game, Kid Millions, Michel Gondry on Chomsky, Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon’s Playlist, and More
This afternoon: Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon makes Largehearted Boy a playlist, Michel Gondry is interviewed, a Jane Austen video game is coming, and more.
Kid Millions is a busy guy. Besides taking part in our recent 3-Minute Punk Stories event, he also plays in Oneida and leads the drum ensemble Man Forever, who have a new album coming out on Thrill Jockey next month. It’s called Pansophical Cataract, and this video is for an excerpt of the song “Surface Patterns.” Follow Vol. 1 Brooklyn on Twitter, Facebook, Google + and our Tumblr.
If you read Vol. 1 Brooklyn enough, you probably realize by now that some of us come from punk rock backgrounds. We’ve made zines, been in bands, gone on tour, and maybe dyed our hair an awkward shade of green once or twice. That’s why we’re beyond thrilled to announce the lineup for The Greatest 3-Minute Punk Stories Ever, taking place at Public Assembly on April 10th. As always, the event is free, and starts at 7:30. Each reader will […]