In our afternoon reading: news of new music from William Basinski and Lawrence English, an excerpt from David Peace’s new novel, and much more.
Weekend Bites: Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, Kristine Ong Muslim Fiction, Jo Walton, Laird Barron Interviewed, and More
In our weekend reading: a playlist from Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, fiction by Kristine Ong Muslim, thoughts on the fiction of Jo Walton, and more.
In our morning reading: Morgan Parker talked with Amanda Petrusich, new writing from Sarah Gerard, and much more.
Weekend Bites: William Basinski’s Latest, “The End of the Tour,” Clarice Lispector Fiction, Antonia Crane, and More
In our weekend reading: notes on new music from William Basinski, new writing from Antonia Crane, short fiction from Clarice Lispector, and much more.
Afternoon Bites: Carl Wilson, Subway Maps, Cristina Henríquez Interviewed, William Basinski Reissue, and More
A look at NYC subway maps, a William Basinski album gets reissued, interviews with Cristina Henríquez and Carl Wilson, 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: Loft Show Histories, Emily Gould on Scents, Jamie Iredell on AWP, Shirley Jackson, and More
A look back at NYC loft spaces in the 70s and 80s, new writing from Emily Gould and Jamie Iredell, news on the film of Kevin Wilson’s The Family Fang, and more.
Afternoon Bites: Alissa Nutting Talks “Tampa,” A.S. Byatt on Neil Gaiman, Anticipated Books, William Basinski’s “Nocturnes,” and More
Blake Butler interviewed Alissa Nutting, Richard Melo’s new novel gets reviewed, new music from William Basinski, A.S. Byatt on Neil Gaiman’s new novel, and more.