Arts, Interrupted is an arts and culture podcast from the Michigan Daily. The show focuses on current arts trends, and the vibrant local arts scene of Ann Arbor, Michigan.
In this episode of Arts, Interrupted, the crew takes it easy and chats about comfort consumerism, you know, like those tv shows, music, movies we keep turning back to. We also bid farewell to our beloved executive Sam Small </3
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 68.27MB - Duration: 29:50 m (320 kbps 48000 Hz)
Haven’t you heard? Genre is dead. That’s right, the original music organization tool is no longer useful. For this episode, the team discusses why we have genre, what it means, and where it’s going. Featuring super special guest Shamir!
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 81.97MB - Duration: 35:49 m (320 kbps 48000 Hz)
Get your costumes ready; it’s almost October 31. For musicians like Prince and Bowie, however, masquerading isn’t reserved for just one day—it’s their whole shtick. In this episode, Arts discusses the history, motives, and future of these masked musicians
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 67.22MB - Duration: 29:22 m (320 kbps 48000 Hz)
Why are artists such as Phoebe Bridgers and Snail Mail deemed "sad girl indie?" In this episode, the not so sad artist Indigo De Souza chatted with Sam and Max about the "genre" while the whole crew discusses the intricacies and origin of the music style
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 71.26MB - Duration: 31:08 m (320 kbps 48000 Hz)
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