Listen to A$AP Rocky's New Moby-Sampling Track "ASAP Forever"
It's not April Fool's Day, so you can be sure that "ASAP Forever (feat. Moby)" isn't a prank. In fact, it's the latest single from Rocky's new album 'TE$TING'.
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This '1984' Play Is So Intense It's Making People Puke and Faint
Good news for theatergoers who like plays but wish they barfed more!
This 'Wizard of Oz' Experience Beams Dorothy to Your Smartphone
She's definitely not in Kansas anymore.
This Playwright Brings the Pain and Power of the Black Experience to the Stage
We caught up with first-time playwright Cyrus Aaron about his stellar debut, 'Someday,' which explores what it's like to live under the shadow of racism in America.
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'Affection' Is an Uplifting New Play About HIV
It's a very modern look at an epidemic that is sometimes, mistakenly, thought of as a thing of the past.
'They Drink It in the Congo' Is a Play Trying to Do Something Good About Something Bad
An interview with playwright Adam Brace and Michael Longhurst about their latest project, which premieres on the 12th of August at the Almeida Theatre.
The Unlikely Tool Filmmakers Are Using that Many VR Experiences Lack
Bringing humanity and immediacy to virtual reality films.
PULSE Miami Beach Announces Open Call for Video and New Media Artists
Here’s your chance to have your work shown at PULSE Miami Beach, no gallery representation required.
Omar S' Sister Directed a Play About the Secret History of Detroit Techno
Produced by Omar's FXHE Records, 'Stories of Detroit Techno' reveals techno's origins beyond the Belleville Three
Moby's New Memoir Is as Neurotic—And Stubbornly Optimistic—As the Man Himself
In his new column Off the Record, rave historian Michaelangelo Matos reviews Moby's new memoir, 'Porcelain.'
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Rank Your Records: Moby Spontaneously Ranks His Nine Records
Around the release of his new memoir, 'Porcelain," the artist takes a candid look back at his catalog and the late nights and substances that fueled them.
This Light Installation Lets You Play a Building Like an Instrument
A playable organ installation lights up a massive facade in Reykjavik.