Tone Madison’s Scott Gordon, Mark Riechers, and Chris Lay discuss differing takes on Madison’s newest and gaudiest movie theater, the Palace Cinema in Sun Prairie, and its much-ballyhooed recliners. Chris and Mark have written dueling pieces ripping and defending the amenity-laden theater.
Tone Madison’s Liz DiNovella talks with author and hip-hop historian Jeff Chang, who speaks at the Wisconsin Book Festival and at the Passing The Mic conference on October 22. His newest book is We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes On Race And Resegregation.
Tone Madison‘s Sarah Witman and Scott Gordon trade notes on a few of the best visual art shows currently on display in Madison. First, we talked about the big one: The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s 2016 Wisconsin Triennial (on display through January 8), which brings together work from a few dozen artists from across […]
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon talks with Milwaukee-based artist Sky Hopinka about his video piece Jaaji Approx., which is on display at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art through January 8 as part of the 2016 Wisconsin Triennial.
Tone Madison contributor Liz DiNovella talks with jazz improviser and avant-garde composer Ken Vandermark, who plays Friday, September 30 at Arts + Literature Lab in Madison. You can also read a version of that interview at tonemadison.com this week.
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon and Joel Shanahan dig into the highlights of Madison’s fall concert calendar this week. They discuss the reunion of Madison band His & Her Vanities (who Mickey’s on October 29), the inventive jazz of Beninese guitarist Lionel Loueke (playing the Union Theater on October 22), the mild bafflement that comes with realizing Freakfest has […]