Keith Connolly

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The Endorithm 4 by Keith Connolly
Connolly Bomb 2

A selection of recent and reissued music by Elysia Crampton, Brother Ah, Anom Vitruv, C-Schulz, and Frans Zwartjes

The Endorithm 3 by Keith Connolly
179607018 08222017 Tutti Nesmith Bomb 3

In the spirit of all Augusts, endured and half-remembered, some music-memory beach reading from two parallel realities.

The Endorithm 2 by Keith Connolly
Madrigal Bomb 1

A selection of recent and reissued music by Madrigal, Ulver, Royal Trux, and Bill Orcutt

The Endorithm by Keith Connolly
Don Cherry

A selection of recent and reissued music by Don Cherry, Pierre Henry, Dominique Lawalree, and Phew

Looking Back on 2016: Literature & Music
Looking Back Bomb 3

Selections by Domenick Ammirati, Sebastian Black, Gabriele Beveridge, Amina Cain, Will Chancellor, Keith Connolly, Nicholas Elliott, Wendy Ewald, Joe Fyfe, Lindsay Hunter, Ellie Krakow, Evan Lavender-Smith, Jonathan Lethem, Rebekah Weikel, and Jack Whitten.

Mayo Thompson by Keith Connolly
Thompson Mayo 01 Bomb 134

“People discouraged me when I sang as a child, said, ‘You can’t carry a tune in a bucket.’ People still say that. Well, fuck it. I haven’t been trying to carry a tune. I’ve been essaying, expressing my interests in abstract terms, devil take the hindmost.”

Áine O’Dwyer by Keith Connolly
Aine Odwyer Bomb 1

“As to the church organ itself, it seemed almost like a sample machine, like it could tap into sounds from different eras.”

Maher Shalal Hash Baz by Keith Connolly
Maher Shalal Has Baz 01

Nostalgia, rhythm, and synchronicity.

Some Resemblances by Keith Connolly
Ghettoville

Actress’s Ghettoville and the marketing of isolation.

Bill Orcutt by Keith Connolly
Bill Orcutt

Bill Orcutt discusses his new solo album A History of Every One, bending genres in Harry Pussy, Bob Dylan, authenticity, and the history of blackface.

Bill Orcutt and Loren Connors by Keith Connolly
Orcutt Connors Body

Listen to a collaboration between Bill Orcutt and Loren Connors, recorded August 30, 2012 at Georgia NYC. Following the session, Keith Connolly conducted a brief interview with Orcutt and Connors.

Van Dyke Parks by Keith Connolly
Van Dyke Parks 1

Van Dyke Parks discusses his recent collection Songs Cycled, the synesthetic quality of his work and unpopular pop music.

Richard Thompson by Keith Connolly
Richard Thompson

Fairport Convention helped to bring traditional music into British folk rock back in the ’60s. Connolly traces Thompson’s evolving style from his Fairport days to his latest solo album, Electric.

Neil Michael Hagerty by Keith Connolly
Neil Michael Hagerty

For 25-plus years Neil Michael Hagerty has been in the business of catalytic transformation. To DC-cum-NYC punk outfit Pussy Galore, he brought a blues-guitar semiotics that helped to define a signature style of trash. He then quit to form Royal Trux with Jennifer Herrema, behind which the now-thriving Drag City record label was launched.

David Toop by Keith Connolly
David Toop By Robin Parmar

No-Neck Blues Band’s Keith Connolly queried David Toop on inchoate listening, eavesdropping, and the uncanny—as contemplated in Toop’s new book, Sinister Resonance: The Mediumship of the Listener. From the current issue, BOMB 113, Fall 2010.

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