The Irish poet’s new novel tackles the strange belief systems of two different places. His own life as a New York writer requires strange belief all its own.
After an extended period of silence and emotional turmoil, today, Roxiny, a Brooklyn-based singer, releases a new song, “9 Months,” exclusively below.
If Benjamin Booker’s first album was about his surroundings and problems with those around him, his second, Witness (ATO Records), released earlier this month, is a personal offering in which he admits, as he puts it, “I’m not perfect.”
In Fulfillment Center , 32-year-old playwright Abe Koogler refines his tender, true-to-life style.
Phoenix-based band the Technicolors’ forthcoming album Metaphysical focuses on “a void”—the one between where its frontman, Brennan Smiley, is, and where he’d like to go. Today we are pleased to premiere “Impostor!,” a single from that very LP, which seems to encapsulate this concept
Endurance Test: The 1000 Days For the latest chapter of Endurance Test, Los Angeles-based director Ivan Olita talks about his portrait of the monks of Mount Hiei, Japan, where spiritual practices hearken back thousand of years, and where the kaihōgyō , a pilgrimage lasting 1000 days, has been completed by less than fifty monks in over a century: “Kaihōgyō, the 1000-day pilgrimage performed by Tendai Buddhists, is not a challenge in the usual sense. The literal translation is ‘circling the mountain,’ so the mountain itself and a connection to nature is crucial; it has a more meditative meaning, it is part of a lineage of enlightenment wisdom that spans centuries, ages and generations.
Apple may be known for its pristinely homogenous designs, but the tech giant is also trying to pull at our heart strings and tap into our personal histories with its latest video ad. Titled “The Archives,” the short spotlights the iPhone 7 ‘s Memories function from the Photos app, which automatically creates slideshow movies out of the photos and videos in your camera roll.
The Estonian artist with a knack for turning the natural world on its head invades Manhattan with sculptures that are out of this world.
Until her early 20s, Sydelle Noel had one goal: to make it to the Olympics.