Can the Porta-Potty experience be improved with bass-thumping soundtracks?
Did you know Moby is an architecture blogger now?
Flint, Michigan's premiere DIY mecca has closed and reopened more than once. There's a lesson in its history.
The global cities that dominated popular music this year.
The internet has changed things, but probably not how you think.
Pitchfork Paris is a lot more Pitchfork than Paris.
Four musicians, four pieces of city art, four ultra-weird musical compositions.
A crazy chart of the interconnectedness of Seattle musical acts since the 1960s is still being updated.
A public art installation turns falling nuts into light and sound. For tree preservation, of course.
All aboard the Math Homework Express!
Using a variety of electronics hooked up to his body, Brian House turned his daily bike route in New York into music.
The song is a sly send-up of Gangnam's self-importance and ostentatious wealth.
Ten-dozen musicians, aerial and aquatic dancers, antique ships and explosives experts join up for a naval spectacular.
Skyscrapers and burning streets are the setting of a new game for Playstation, with music by Beck.
Mapping musicians and the music businesses across the U.S.
The World Cities Culture Report came out today, and most of what you thought is true.
A toilet fixture in Brazil lets you shred on the guitar with the force of your urine.
As Denton, Texas's music festival grows in popularity, so does interest in the town itself.
Salem has had it up to here with inept jazz musicians. Also outlawed recently: noisy electronica in Santa Cruz, payday lenders in Iowa and the entire vice squad of Salt Lake City.