Quintron and Miss Pussycat Headline Bunny Matthews Benefit Tonight

On June 23, Bunny Matthews announced on Facebook, “I have brain cancer.” Since then, the New Orleans artist, writer, and agent provocateur has made his page his most compelling work—not simply a diary or meditation on the process of dealing with cancer, but a place to be himself when there’s no compelling reason to fudge the trut

Arto Lindsay and Members of Animal Collective, Japanther Join New Orleanians in the Music Box

The Music Box Roving Village in City Park is a flexible musical, artistic space. On its opening weekend, the performance conducted by William Parker evoked old school avant-garde, complete with a “town crier” walking through the crowd with a bullhorn reading a text about class and improvisation, and a woman dancing and carrying a censer through the crowd.

Getting Music Out of The Music Box

(The Music Box: Roving Village City Park opens Friday with concerts at 7 and 9 p.m., then Saturday at 7 and 9 p.m. It will remain in place until May 10, and it will be open to the public on the weekends from noon to 6 p.m. Yesterday, we presented the first half of this story, focusing on the journey of The Music Box from The Bywater in 2011 to City Park today.

Voodoo: New Quintron and Miss Pussycat, Foo Fighters on 60 Minutes, and MAKJ

[Updated] Quintron and Miss Pussycat have been busy. Recently Quintron launched WeatherForTheBlind.org, a website that streams the soothing output of his Weather Warlock synthesizer (see my story on it for The New Orleans Advocate), and they have a new album, Spellcaster II: Death in Space out today.

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