If you’ve already heard the new music that you’re currently listening to, maybe it isn’t so new.
Noizepunk & Das Krooner (off the wall); Karlheinz Stockhausen (off the planet); Ubu web (back online); and more…
How does the weather affect music and vise versa?
If being forced to work quickly doesn’t guarantee that you’ll create something outside what you normally do, what would guarantee such a result? Is it really ever possible to escape yourself in your work?
The NEA deathwatch, pop culture vs. classical values, and a mop up of all the ink on Doctor Atomic.
As they say in the corporate world, time is money, but is there really any correlation between the amount of time a composer devotes to his or her own work and its aesthetic value?
Elliott Carter gets a chance to hit a home run in Boston and Chicago at the same time, not even Bernie Williams can do that!
The Perception-Reality Vortex, Take 2
Experimental writers (just like us), rock stars (too tame for us), and public intellectuals (snub us).
Stravinsky, Zappa, NWA, and possibly Ives, all had second thoughts about works that are considered landmarks of musical history. But, if the second thought happened after the historical fact, can the revision still be a landmark in history?