Oakland’s Dick Stusso comes from a long musical line of off-beat singer-songwriters, with an unexpected take on the transcendental and a fondness for songs both harmonious and dissonant. In Heaven, his new album, jolts you whenever it seems too familiar; the resulting ten songs shift effortlessly from the comfortable to the surreal. He’ll be in Brooklyn next month, playing the Park Church Co-Op on June 8th as part of the Northside Festival. In advance of this, we asked him a […]
Afternoon Bites: Vi Khi Nao, Jesse Ball on “Census,” A Leslie Jamison Excerpt, Dick Stusso, and More
In our afternoon reading: interviews with Vi Khi Nao and Jesse Ball, writing by Leslie Jamison, and more.