“The great Indian monk who helped found the Shaolin, he walked from India to China. That’s a lot of miles. When I was stuck trying to figure out my screenplay for my movie, I walked through the streets of Pittsburgh. It was the steel heritage of that city that gave me the inspiration to think about making our character have iron fists strong as steel.”
by Guest Blogger Samuel Allen The Kominas With the Kominas, punk politics meets groovy reggae rhythms. The 2015 track “See […]
I remember the first time I heard the sound of the tabla. I was sixteen years old and Zakir Hussain was doing a tour with Ravi Shankar and Anoushka Shankar in the mid-to-late 1990s. It was the first time I ever attended a classical Indian music concert and the sound waves washed over me and had me completely mesmerized. At the end of the concert, they were handing out black and white photos of Ravi Shankar and George Harrison of which I then hung up in my locker until the end of my high school career.
by Guest Blogger Samuel Allen A river runs through Growing Upward, the latest from Rupa and the April Fishes. A […]
by Guest Blogger Samuel Allen New York rockers Shilpa Ray recently released their new album, Door Girl. It’s a raucous, […]