“I want them to feel it”: jazz musician Mike Casey on one of music’s undefinable genres

Jazz: just the word alone conjures up many images, perhaps old photographs of noir-drenched scenarios, a dark underground club in New York, a range of colors and beats bounding together in a seamless and yet non seamless dysphoria. One thing that jazz is not supposed to be, however, is forgettable. Mike Casey, 23, originally hails [...]

Canadian band Autopilot takes their ambient rock to the road

“Searching for what we hope to find. We’re just crooked lines,” sings Canadian band Autopilot on their latest release, Hurricane. Based in Saskatoon, Saskachewan, the band, composed of guitarist and singer Marlon Harder, bassist Colton Fehr and drummer Jose A. Fuenzalida, are about to wrap up an extensive North American tour that has taken them [...]

Humanity amongst the ruins of constant conflict: Q&A with (fraudulent) photojournalist “Eduardo Martins”

"I want to show the public the reality of these places, telling the story through my work, something that can impact and bring a willingness to change to the next."

Q&A: Dr. Jill Stein on human rights in the US, the Green New Deal, and millennial voters

Dr. Jill Stein is tireless, fearless and just won’t stop... watch video of the interview or scroll for the Q&A. Are you tired from your trip throughout North Carolina? “Well, it’s been like an unending trip for four or five months. I just have very little time in between trips, and I was just in Maryland. [...]

“Only we can tell our stories”: a review of “The Square” and “Winter on Fire”

When the Egyptian revolution occurred in 2011 and the 2013-2014 Euromaidan protests followed in Ukraine, unless you were on the ground experiencing the catastrophic political turmoil, it was difficult to begin to comprehend the true sequence of events or how the people were responding to them. Luckily, there is film, and people use film to [...]