Photos and words by Colleen I may not play organized sports anymore, but the best artists make me feel part … More
Gracefully electric. If you want a quick summary of Broods live, those two words will do it. // Post by Colleen
John Darnielle let me see, for the first time, music as therapy, music as sanctuary, and, ultimately, music as pure love. // Post by Misha
In Eva Hendricks’ throat, coos and giggles are razor wire. A pout is a live grenade. She channels rage through baby talk. It’s refreshing to see sweetness exposed for the act that it is; to say out loud: “I didn’t make the rules, but that doesn’t mean I don’t want to win the game.” // Post by Misha
“Hi, I’m Colleen Green. I’m going to play some songs for you and I hope you like them.” Almost every time I’ve seen Colleen Green perform this is how she has introduced herself. It took far too long for me to understand this about being okay with yourself.
Photos and words by Colleen Callahan I often liken growing up in Centerville, Ohio to something straight out Glee. You had … More
Smallness, introversion, and quietness are the atoms which, when pulled apart, are every bit as devastating as dynamite.
Photos and words by Colleen Callahan “Shoot. Well, pants with pockets usually prove useful when I shoot a show,” … More
Eric Krans and Jen O’Connor (collectively The Parlor) live on a farm in upstate New York where they make … More
Aan exude a certain boyish charm when they walk onstage. It’s unassuming. It’s endearing. It’s part of what makes the … More