Afternoon Bites: Murder in the Gilded Age, David Gilbert Interviewed, Horselover Fats, David Cronenberg, and More


The Los Angeles Review of Books reviewed Melvin Ball’s The Inventor and the Tycoon : A Gilded Age Murder and the Birth of Moving Pictures.

David Gilbert was interviewed at Guernica.

“The band pirouettes between free jazz and ambient sound art, fostering their own paradox: mechanically perfect but emotionally warm, a machine made with feelings.” At SPIN, Grayson Currin on The Necks’ Open.

Hazlitt looks at the films of David Cronenberg.

Ad Hoc checked in with the band Horselover Fats, which makes our inner VALIS fan very happy.

KAWS is interviewed at ArtInfo.

Pitchfork on Surfing Strangethe latest from Swearin’.

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