The Everly Brothers: Cathy’s Clown

Remembering Benjamin Curtis and Phil Everly, White Lies' album art, Afrika Bambaataa and more in music this week

Seemingly born to sing, brothers Phil and Don Everly began performing at an early age with their parents, a country and western act, before becoming the legendary Everly Brothers—a record-breaking, chart-topping, close-harmony duo known to influence the Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, Buddy Holly and countless others with their sweet melodic style. Friday, 3 January 2014, Phil passed away, marking the end of an era while …

Dukes of Chutney: Domino EP

Filmmaker Dustin Lynn reveals his musical side with a new band embracing cinematic electro surf sounds

We first came across Dustin Lynn’s visual creativity in connection with David de Rothschild’s Adventure Ecology initiative back in 2007. When we interviewed him last, Lynn was with de Rothchild on the Toxico Mission in Ecuador, where he was working alongside artists like Gabriel Orozco and photography duo Oliver Chanarin and Adam Broomberg, documenting oil companies’ devastation of the Amazon rainforest. While garnering acclaim for …

Interview: JIHAE

The artist on working with Dave Stewart of Eurythmics and co-writing music for a Leonard Cohen poem about an orgasm

Many singers these days produce albums that have been laboriously groomed and primped—from almost-too-perfect Autotuned vocals to the overly airbrushed album cover—so it’s refreshing to meet a singer and songwriter with a sultry voice and raw energy who’s not afraid to express her opinions. JIHAE isn’t a new face in the music industry: her debut LP My Heart Is An Elephant featured guest percussion from …