Drummer-bandleader Kid Millions talks to Brad Cohan about ‘The Accident,’ coming to Roulette Feb. 28: precisely two years after the life-altering car crash the biographical multimedia piece recounts.
About Brad Cohan
Brad Cohan is a music journalist based in New York City. His work has appeared in the Observer, the Village Voice, Time Out New York, Vice, and Noisey.
Entries by Brad Cohan
Ahead of a performance with Feast of the Epiphany, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and lyricist Nick Podgurski talks with Brad Cohan about the project’s foundations in collaboration, folk music, Nashville guitar, and more.
Russell Greenberg, a founding member of the groundbreaking quartet Yarn/Wire, talks with Brad Cohan about the group’s origin and inspiration, operating in disparate musical scenes, and improvising new music at the Stone.
Wendy Eisenberg, a fast-rising improvising guitarist, composer, and bandleader, talks about her creative path, including two wildly disparate albums newly released by Tzadik and VDSQ.
Provocative black-metal polymath Hunter Hunt-Hendrix talks to Brad Cohan about ‘Origin of the Alimonies,’ the ambitious new live-scored video opera he’ll present at National Sawdust Oct. 25.
Ahead of shows at St. Vitus and National Sawdust, Aaron Turner of Sumac talks about mixing metal and free improvisation, working with Keiji Haino, and making the band’s newest album, ‘Love in Shadow.’
Brad Cohan speaks with Alan Braufman, Cooper-Moore, and Nabil Ayers about the New York City loft-jazz scene and a newly reissue of a fabled LP, ‘Valley of Search,’ to be played live at National Sawdust Aug. 3.
On his orchestral-metal debut solo LP, Simple Answers, Charlie Looker contemplates difficult philosophical issues with some of his most intricate and complex writing to date.
Protean guitar hero Nels Cline talks about John Abercrombie and Jimi Hendrix, the subjects of upcoming tribute shows in Brooklyn, and Cup, his duo with wife Yuka C. Honda, playing National Sawdust Feb. 14.