Music Notes: Taming the Dragon, by Mehliana (Brad Mehldau and Mark Guiliana
I've long been a fan of Brad Mehldau, and I have no problem with him branching off from the standard piano trio format that he's been exploring for most of his career.
Benjamin Schoos Collaborates With Laetitia Sadier On New EP [Listen]
Two years after combining with Laetitia Sadier so deliciously on the heart-stealing orchestral pop of 'Je Ne Vois Que Vous', Belgian troubadour Benjamin Schoos has once again persuaded the Stereolab vocalist to be his centre piece on forthcoming new EP, Une derniere danse.
Charlotte Gainsbourg says 'Nymphomaniac' isn't sexist
Charlotte Gainsbourg claims that her current film, 'Nymphomaniac', isn't sexist and that she'd rather take on tortured roles than play ''stupid'' women.
Film on radical Catholics, racy von Trier film, paired in Berlin
Films at the extremes of the cinema agenda, one a German-made look at an adolescent girl's tortured life in a strict Catholic family, the other director Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac", highlighted day four of the Berlin film festival on Sunday.
Jane & Serge: A Family Album by Andrew Birkin
You find celebrities all over your phone, computer or iPod. But it's usually your own family, not somebody else's, that gets tucked away and preserved in embarrassing photo books.