THIS WEEK IN ARTS VOL.1
Rich week for this first edition, don’t miss out! From Paris to LA to Toronto, here is what mattered to us these last days.
Dyson Stringer Cloher’s self titled debut album is out through Milk! Records this October. With Dyson based in L.A and Stringer in Toronto, the band chose to meet halfway to make a record at Jeff Tweedy’s ‘The Loft’ in Chicago. The results are what you might expect – inspired guitar playing and exceptional songwriting – warm, heartfelt and real.
Guerilla Toss’ “Plants” is a disco-post-punk-prog epic about the perceived psychosis of the fictional protagonist, Lara. Based off the books, What A Plant Knows and The Hidden Life Of Trees, the song combats the anti-spiritual western notion that plants are devoid of all communication, when, in fact, there is an entire language of which we are “blissfully unaware.” The track also explores the old-fashioned idea of a woman being crazy, when, in reality, she simply isn’t being heard.
Get ready: this Fall, Béret might sneak in your playlist and never leave again. Seattle-based musician and record engineer Ian Kurtis Crist is back after two albums, often referred to as abrasive and atmospheric. Interview and full album preview coming VERY SOON. Three Rs to keep in mind and sustain your curiosity: Radiohead, Ranaldo, Reed.
All things Dostoyevsky Wannabe for this literary season:
Visual arts and exhibitions
We’ll be soon heading to New York with 3 raisons pour and chances are, our invasive, harassing and repetitive Instagram Stories will tell you about this Guggenheim exhibition. Take a chance here or here.
Written by Marc Louis-Boyard for Slow Culture. C/Cs might have occured in case of intense laziness, so, people in charge of writing quality press releases, thank you.
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