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Multi-instrumentalist Jennifer Baron talks about her new project, The Garment District (http://thegarmentdistrictmusic.com/), while in Pittsburgh with Station to Station. She discusses creating at the intersection between pop and experimental music, and how she uses the patterns in nature and urban landscapes to influence the patterns in her songs.
Yoshimo, Hisham Akira Bharoocha, and Ryan Saywer join forces for a music mashup; later, we get a sneak peek of the dance medley from Jonah Boakaer and AIRLOCKS for the New York stop of Station to Station.
In this artist profile from Station to Station, Gary Indiana, an American contemporary writer, artist, and filmmaker, discusses the state of writing in a modern, visual culture, and how modern technology influences the creative process.
As Station to Station makes its way across 3000 miles of the United States, we’re reminded of the joy and adventure of the classic road trip – truck stops, strange foods, unexpected discoveries just around the bend. It’s a forward drive into the unknown; it’s an event that makes
Station to Station launches in New York City, arguably the best place to start a 3-week-long tour of the United States. One of the most heavily populated urban cities in the world, it’s a hotbed for arts, culture, creativity, and technology. Featuring performers like Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti and Suicide,
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is giving Chris Baker colonitis. Why do so many modern movies have a title so long that it needs a punctuation mark in the middle? As with so much in life, it’s ultimately the fault of George Lucas.
Want to mount your flat-screen on the wall without sacrificing your security deposit? With some elbow grease, basic construction materials, and a weekend of playing with power tools, you can build a fake wall that the landlord will never even know was there.
With films like Kick-Ass, and now, Kick-Ass 2, cosplay vigilantes have become the new superheroes—in Hollywood’s bizarro world! Angry Nerd explains why these everyday crusaders don’t cut it.