Aaron Rose, founder of NYC's famous Alleged Gallery and director of Beautiful Losers, speaks to us about the seeming randomness behind a counter cultural movement in our Culture Creator Series 001 interview.
Legendary Post minimal Proto No Wave composer Rhys Chatham tells his story first hand. This memoir traces his path from 60's Soho NY with Morton Subotnick, LaMonte Young, Philip Glass, and Richard Serra, to discovering the Ramones at CBGB's, all the way to his current home in Paris.
Legendary documentary filmmaker of Who is Bozo Texino, Guggenheim Fellow, Genius Punk Photogpraher - Bill Daniel opens the vault of his amazing Texas Punk Problem series, and turns the camera away from the bands to explore the scene. Crowd shots from Bad Brains, Husker Du, Butthole Surfers shows, and more….
Long before zip lock bags of Williamsburg air were selling on the deep net for $20k, a host of creative misfits were reinventing culture a few 100 feet east of the east river. Home to many of our favorite Williamsburg artists, including Maya Hayuk, Kayrock printing, and the infamous Oneida Ocropolis studio, musician Andrew Deutsch and myriad friends take us into the legend of Monster Island.
Life exists tenuously. E.O Wilson writes in The Diversity of Life, “The biosphere, all organisms combined, makes up only about one part in ten billion of the earth’s mass……Michael Yun, landscape architect and guitarist in WL, talks the ecology of design.
Master Tucson woodworker Peter Baer reveals the unknown story of his past, his love for Stanley Clarke's bass shredding and dropping out of school to play Achy Breaky Heart in some Montana wanna be Casino.