profiles & interviews
It's late summer in Louisville, and I’m part of the small crowd listening to a sweaty set by the tightest noise-punk outfit I’ve seen in years. A tireless, hard- hitting drummer fuels the band’s spastic pace under dissociated, echoing vocals.
Colleen Green is magenta, lit up under the lights, a tangle of cotton-pull spiderweb splayed on the wall behind her.
Slugbug is Paul D. Millar, an electronic artist whose music could be described as prog punk, weird punk, new wave, zolo, or spastic, synth-based chaos.
Elizabeth Crane has written three collections of short stories and a novel, and she is currently at work on a memoir and screenplay. Her work is emotionally touching and usually quite witty. She recently took some time to speak with us on the phone from her home in Brooklyn.
Anna Wanda Gogusey is a French-born illustrator who as of this interview lived in Austin, Texas, but has since moved to Paris. Her work has appeared in Vice, Nylon, and the Paris-based Retard magazine, which she helped found.