Jason Yarmosky

Jason Bard Yarmosky juxtaposes young and old in this series of curious paintings. More

June 2011

I have chosen to defer to the table of contents this month, as we continue preparations for Saturday, June 25th, a date which marks our largest concert ever. If you live within three hours of West Michigan, be certain you make it to this performance. Tickets are available here. Benjamin Evans Executive Editor, Fogged Clarity… More

Al James

Dolorean founder and frontman Al James discusses some of the themes at work in the his band’s latest album, The Unfazed. More

Martin Wittfooth

Brooklyn-based artist Martin Wittfooth juxtaposes the feral with the domestic in this striking series of paintings. More

Rogelio Manzo

Evoking memories of Francis Bacon, Rogelio Manzo’s portraits depict a distorted beauty. More

Tim Anderson

Tim Anderson started painting portraits because of a fascination with mug shots. “It was my method of painting… mugshots that I was given by a cop turned actor, Dennis Farina, who was confused as to why I painted ‘those scumbags.’ He gave me his career’s worth of mugshots from the Chicago PD.” That was over 30 years ago. Today, Anderson’s craft is well-honed; here we present a collection of his “yellow portraits.” More

May 2011

This month, author A. Manette Ansay joins me to discuss her life and writing, we stream Chris Bathgate’s beautiful and harrowing new album, Salt Year, Papercuts’ Jason Quever strips it bare to record two rare acoustic tracks, Laura Powers and Simon Perchik debut stirring new poems, Scott Hightower reviews Cynthia Hogue, and much more. Our… More