Global Comment’s editors are reading about women in gaming and journalism, undercover investigations, music, and what happens when you accidentally kill someone.
Talented avant garde musician Diamanda Galas is back in the house, and turning heads with her latest albums.
Should we set our childhoods aside when we’re all grown up? We don’t think so — some things are enjoyable at any age, no matter what other people say. We can wear sneakers, eat cake, play video games, turn the music up, and watch all the animated movies we want.
You can almost hear the director: “yes, that’s right people, it’s the Middle East so we need… A CAMEL TRAIN! Right? Am I right?”
With her distinctive calling-card single “Video Games” and album Born To Die, Lana Del Rey has been one of the most hotly debated artists of the past year. Initially feted for her “gangsta Nancy Sinatra” sound and DIY Youtube aesthetic, the blog love quickly faded with some flat live performance and the news that, far …
The perfect ambassador for all things Sweden is famous for, Ace of Base’s Ulf Elkberg takes us on a tour of Stockholm and shares us some of his secrets about the town.
Amy Winehouse was born into a musical environment in which the dead-end kitsch of celebrity tabloid “journalism” and reality television were the truly dominant artforms of the age. It is that disenchanted world, in many ways, which was the subject of her art.
Over 3 days, the Ibiza Music Summit brought together artists, major international brands and industry heavyweights. Victoria Aiken talks to some of the main players.
“Do you fill the time with negative nervousness or with reverence, mindfulness and joy?” Witmer asks.
In a global environment so openly hostile, it’s hard to see any artistic response to racism and violence as too obvious.