REVIEW: Venice Biennial – The Center or the Periphery?

By: Maya Castro Gutiérrez   What’s more interesting: the center or in the periphery? There are definitely pros and cons to both.

REVIEW: Mount Eeriee – Sauna

By: Sergio González   There's a moment when, fearing to fall into a cliché, we listen to a record with certain predisposition and we can't know for sure if we get the message or if the message even exists.

REVIEW: Godspeed you! Black Emperor – Asunder, Sweet & Other Distress

By: Sergio González   The triumph of suspicion throws banality and foreseeability out the door, our eyes push the boundaries and all we can do is dive in.

REVIEW: Lightning Bolt – Fantasy Empire

By: Sergio González   Riding the bull and being the bull.

Visualpilots present -Luminessenz: Space is only Noise- at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show in New York

By: Maya Castro Gutiérrez   Mesmerizing its audience with both sound and visuals, the London-based creative team of Simon Hänggi and Christoph Thüer presented Luminessenz: Space is only Noise at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show during Armory Week in New York.

M83 at the Fillmore

By: Camila Álvarez   Emerging from the darkness, a hairy creature with a short, pinkish elephant trunk and a black gown stepped out to the middle of the stage, raising its arms as in a ritual, before it started pointing at the crowd and shooting blue laser beams from its fingers.

LA MALA AT GRAND CENTRAL

By: Camila Álvarez   While bright colors and a huge image of the crown she has tattooed on her right arm flashed in the background, 33-year-old Spaniard Mala ‘the bad one’ Rodríguez stepped on stage at

ANITA TIJOUX AT PAX

By: Camila Álvarez   “It’s our first time in Miami, and we’re very happy to be here” was the only small talk we heard from the 5’2”, pretty, dark-haired lady wearing purple tennis shoes, leopard print tights, and a comfy, plaid, button-up shirt.