Week 9 of Camp ToB! Week 9 of Camp ToB!
The bug juice got zapped. Week 9 of Camp ToB jumps into the (beguiling? bewildering?) first half of Peaces.
Marimba-playing robot jams with a robot-arm drummer.
Berklee pianist Tony Ann plays a medley of familiar ringtones.
Suffering from panic attacks, Ryan Bassil finds solace in the sounds of William Basinski, Oval, and Brian Eno.
To sing in water, composer Laila Skovmand developed “a technique where she keeps an air bubble in her mouth and sings through it when submerged.”
A primer to the controversial and brilliant Pet Sounds, which turns 50 this month.
Drones outfitted in LEDs accompany traditional Japanese musicians for a performance in front of Mt. Fuji.
In a spectacular new video from Braids, vocalist Raphaelle Standell-Preston is singing around architecture.
You binged-listened and -watched Lemonade all week. Now see the only review you can agree with.
RIP original Polvo drummer Eddie Watkins. Here is “Tilebreaker” from the band’s second album, Today’s Active Lifestyles.
The latest music video from M. Sage features a strange and beautiful trip to a botanical garden.
The inner thoughts of a dance crew as their performance kicks off.
A Carmina Burana street performance becomes a decadent flashmob opera.