As a true multimedia art installation, Jerusalem In My Heart are a sight to behold in a live setting, and also represent a modern update on traditional Arabic music and songwriting, with additional multicultural counterpoints.
"What we end up giving to the world is really meager compared to the incredible amount of stuff that we've seen and heard as a result of [our experiments]." -- M.C. Schmidt of Matmos
To be old and punk rock is to be old and potentially irrelevant, and that is, to a certain degree, why most punk bands have such a limited life cycle. How can anyone maintain the anger, aggression and emotional commitment to hold onto the values and morals deemed important as a teenager, without the world...Read...
Party band Midnight Magic hide out in a stairwell and discuss everything from The Facts of Life and The Golden Girls to the virtues of friendship.
"I like pop music, but I get really bored with hearing the same sounds over and over again. I think it's a good challenge to get something stuck in someone's head but challenge them at the same time." -- Jennifer Moore
"What's important is being a good person and tending your own garden as responsibly as you can." - Benoit Pioulard
"We just focused and put all of our worries, frustrations, confusions, sadness into [music]... and whatever that outlet is for you -- whether it be music, arts, writing, whatever it is -- just try to focus on that and become a better person through that frustration." - Terra Lopez
"Tapping back into symbolic power and the mystical meaning of these things is, I think, a really important practice... on a personal level, it's just looking at the inner meaning of things more." -- Taraka Larson