Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, Laurie Anderson, More to Perform at Benefit Concert for Philip Glass’s 80th Birthday
The minimalist composer Philip Glass turns 80 years old in 2017, and the Tibet House, the cultural center he cofounded in the '80s, turns 30.
December 16, 2016
New Music: Blood Orange Covers Philip Glass’s “Metamorphosis Three”
During a recent guest appearance on SiriusXMU, Blood Orange—a.k.a. Devonté Hynes—recorded a lovely cover of Philip Glass's "Metamorphosis Three." Listen to his rendition and Glass's original (from…
October 14, 2016
FKA twigs, Iggy Pop, Philip Glass, and More to Perform at Tibet House Benefit Gig
The Tibet House, a non-profit devoted to the preservation of Tibetan culture, has announced the initial lineup for its 26th annual benefit concert, featuring singer-dancer…
November 20, 2015
This ‘Koyaanisqatsi’ Remix Will Scramble Your Brain
Nerve-jangling "future shock" is rarely as gratifying a sensation as it is in the 1982 film Koyaanisqatsi. Titled after a Hopi word that translates as…
February 13, 2014
Hear Philip Glass’ ‘Duet’ From Park Chan-wook’s Psycho-Sexual Thriller ‘Stoker’
Going by the preview, you might describe the elevator pitch for Park Chan-wook's new film, Stoker, as "Lolita meets The Talented Mr. Ripley." (Fangoria calls…
February 12, 2013
Beck Reworks 20 Philip Glass Compositions Into ‘NYC: 73-78′
Philip Glass might be the only person who gives presents for his birthday. In partial celebration of his 75th year — which so far has…
October 2, 2012
ATP 2012: How Was the Festival’s First New York City Staycation?
In its fifth year on America's East Coast, the 2012 All Tomorrow's Parties festival was the first to be docked in Manhattan, as the organizers…
Christopher R. Weingarten
September 24, 2012
Afghan Whigs-Curated ATP Festival Moves to New York, Loses Louis C.K.
All Tomorrow's Parties, SPIN's favorite weekend getaway of the year, has just turned into a monster staycation. Due to "unavoidable logistical concerns, along with a…
July 13, 2012
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