The collaborator’s catch up about the making of I’ve Never Been Here Before.
Dirty Projectors meets Mount Eerie at Walt Disney Hall
Linwood Regensburg (Those Darlins) talks revisiting the album he made with Jessi Zazu, and putting it out nearly seven years later.
From the Talkhouse Reader, Eszter Balint on New York City, circa 1983-87, an adapted excerpt from her one-person show I Hate Memory!.
Composer Volker Bertelmann catches up with the filmmaker about working on Philanthropy.
From the Talkhouse Reader, documentary filmmaker Greta Schiller charts her lengthy personal history with NYC.
The legendary filmmaker, whose 1987 film Making Mr. Right screens this weekend in NYC, on a trio of personal favorites.
The actor and activist, who is currently starring in the new thriller Lights Out, on her greatest passions in life.
"Making up words is great; I mean, somebody made 'em up at some point anyways, right?”
The Black Tones and Eugene S. Robinson talk their musical upbringings, the erasure of Blackness in rock & roll, and more.