In our morning reading: exploring the fiction of John Langan and Ottessa Moshfegh, great news about a Brooklyn cultural institution, and more.
Morning Bites: Kyle Bobby Dunn, Maaza Mengiste, Karen Stefano’s Recommendations, David Shields, and More
In our morning reading: interviews with Kyle Bobby Dunn and Brian Evenson, book recommendations from Karen Stefano, and more.
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Kate Hope Day and Laila Lalami, revisiting a classic Brian Eno album, and more.
Morning Bites: Han Kang’s Latest, Kathryn Davis, Zachary Lipez Nonfiction, Kyle Bobby Dunn, and More
In our morning reading: an excerpt from Han Kang’s new book, new writing from Zachary Lipez, and much more.
Over the last decade, the music of Kyle Bobby Dunn has found the perfect balance between immersive ambience and deeply felt emotion, resonating with questions of nostalgia, melancholy, and transcendence. Dunn’s latest release is a split LP with Wayne Robert Thomas, in which each of the two musicians contributes one long composition. Their split LP will be released in early May. With its release looming, I talked with Dunn about the split’s origins, his own composition process, and how the […]
Kyle Bobby Dunn has been making subtly beautiful music for the past few years; the titles of some of his albums, including A Young Person’s Guide and Bring Me the Head, suggest that he comes from the Stars of the Lid school of wedding tongue-in-cheek titles to blissed-out music.
Posted by Tobias Carroll It’s after midnight, and I’m listening to Ways of Meaning, the latest album from the ambient musician and composer Kyle Bobby Dunn. The first album I heard of his was 2009’s Fervency, though a quick glance at his Wikipedia page points out the obvious: the man is prolific. It didn’t hurt that critics whose opinion I respect — Ned Raggett and Joe Tangari both come to mind — had had good things to say about Dunn’s […]