When it comes to race and equality issues, restarting classical music performances may have happened at the right time.
An exploration of Turkish music from the 70s to 80s, written, produced or performed by women.
While we progressed towards where we are (the ruins of Modernity), others went somewhere else, all of it happening simultaneously.
Little could I know, having fun at my grandmother’s loom, that I was becoming part of an almost forgotten tradition among Iranian carpet weavers.
To what extent can improvised music liberate, and what power exactly does it hold today?
São Luís is one of Brazil’s most beguiling and unusual cities and the site of a highly unusual reggae scene that cuts across boundaries of race, class, age and gender, despite no obvious links with Jamaica.
Sarajevo based sevdah artist Damir Imamović talks about his latest album "Singer Of Tales".
Listening is conceptual and becomes more and more conceptual, hence composing becomes more conceptual.
Almost in its entirety, the diegetic sound of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Edipo Re (1967) is carefully mixed with traditional Romanian folk music.
An investigation into the unique character of derelict pipe-organs in Transylvania’s abandoned fortress churches and the various transformations that human-built ritual machines undergo once left devoid of human presence.