World-renowned Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere makes sculptures that challenge the idea of bodily form, of becoming and unbecoming. Using organic and inorganic materials, she creates mangled figures that truly should never be -- headless, eyeless, and sexless forms that speak novels of pain by...

This video for Eric Chenaux's "Amazing Backgrounds" will no doubt feel pretentious to some, but I think there's something marvelous about taking five minutes to focus in on subtle beauties around us. The importance of "slow burners" is sometimes acknowledged -- some of the best albums...

Oh hell, as much as I dislike having to embed this from Rolling Stone -- why does anyone still premiere anything on them, anyway, and this player plays "automatically" which is super annoying, apologies -- this Unknown Mortal Orchestra song is totally a jam. Its...

Joshua Saunders finds irony in the most unlikely of things. I don't know what else this particular show now taking place at Domy Books in Austin entails, but this image alone is just really, really, really funny to me. Showing in the back room, Michelle Devereux...

On Tuesday, January 24th, 2012, Congress is set to vote on Stop Internet Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect-IP Act (PIPA), two extremely loosely-worded and broad bills that would give the United States government the power to deny user access to any websites they feel are...

"Our overall album art concept is simple ~ each individual album has different art that’s unique and only YOU have it. So if we’ve given out thousands of these things, then that means we’ve made over 1000 different art pieces, and those different people are...

Oh, Zechs Marquise, purveyors of fine progressive instrumental music. The music of Zechs Marquise specializes in taking listeners on multi-instrumental journeys laden with unpredictable twists and turns, and this video does just that as well. Viewers are invited to participate in a trip to the...

Watching Colin Stetson live is an absolute jaw-dropping marvel. With his circular breathing technique, Colin Stetson crafts soundscapes with a bass saxophone like no one else can. This video for "Those Who Didn't Run" is quite simple, comprised of little more than a few components. Trees,...