Articles in 9 – Spring 09
Animal Collective has always been boldly experimental with not only the shape and texture of its songs, but the enticing sounds crammed into each moment.
T.I.’s love for music started when he was just a child, writing rhymes and rapping, drawing inspiration from LL Cool J or the Ghetto Boys. INTERVIEW
Dance and animation form a cohesive relationship for Misnomer Dance Theater. The aesthetics that make dance enjoyable onstage translate well in digital too.
Between a career as prima ballerina and one as fashion designer, Yumiko has embarked on an unusual journey where she manages to bring both worlds together.
Teddy Forance has has been a successful dancer working with Janet Jackson as well as for various productions like Shrek Goes 4th.
I have to admit that I am not a fan of American Idol. In fact, I call it American Yodel. No one ever sings just one note. They warble and wail and riff all around it. I thought it was a fad that would fade away, but I was wrong. The country is fixated on American Idol, and Broadway has taken notice.
The Bird and the Bee’s pop-oriented lounge music on Ray Guns Are Not Just The Future could soundtrack any given day in the life, from a lazy summer afternoon, to a casual night club, to a bumpin’ dance floor.
Movmnt presents the first ever poster issue as a statement and need to artistically reinvent ourselves during this time of environmental consciousnesses and economic crisis.