In the Golden Room
October 7, 2013
Samara Golden’s installations are heavy; they resonate with the past, present, and future.
Mark Foster is More Pumped than Ever
April 4, 2012
Ohio native Mark Foster is one of those musicians who can’t stop, constantly taking on new projects: DJing with his remix partner, collaborating on tracks with other bands, and scoring music for friends’ short film projects, all the while working on a sophomore album that promises to chart new territory for Foster the People.
Foster Care: Ace Norton
November 4, 2011
Ace Norton began directing music videos and commercials at the ripe old age of 17. And growing up in Venice Beach, amidst street performers, punks, and musicians, has undeniably influenced his style—a combination of cheeky humor, fine craftsmanship, ironic violence, and sprinkles of stop-motion animation.
They Love It When You Call Them PAPA
October 12, 2011
PAPA is part Springsteen, part rock-‘n’-roll, with the poetry of early folk, the groove of soul, and an Americana flair.
A Girl Interviews Girls for Interview
September 12, 2011
“At face value, this record is very clearly the band’s second album,” Christopher Owens of Girls says of the group’s latest, Father, Son, Holy Ghost—though listeners would be forgiven for being a little confused over this, since the album’s cover deems it “RECORD 3.”