Inherently bond between folklore and DIY-underground, the Irish group Lankum shines a new light on the lost folk of Ireland.
Blixa Bargeld discusses Einstürzende Neubauten's latest album, quarantine concerts, Berlin and Iggy Pop.
Shamans are medicine people, healers, seers, future tellers reading signs in the human body, and in the environment.
Man/female are social constructs–normative and restrictive. My sexual truth is behind your personal beliefs.
Sarajevo based sevdah artist Damir Imamović talks about his latest album "Singer Of Tales".
An insight into the world of sound artist, musician and composer Cedrik Fermont.
Almost in its entirety, the diegetic sound of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Edipo Re (1967) is carefully mixed with traditional Romanian folk music.
A brief talk with Argentinian percussionist and activist Hernan Don Camel Sforzini.
Mark Stewart of The Pop Group on the '70s UK political climate, the films of Andrei Tarkovsky, Patti Smith, experimenting in the studio with dubmaster Dennis Bovell and more.
Accretion is a remarkable performance for three grand pianos and one pianist, and a collaboration between Berlin-based pianist and improvisor Magda Mayas, and Gothenburg-based choreographer Toby Kassell.