Nearly two years out from the USA’s most recent collective psychotic break, we asked Baffler contributors to reflect on the various therapies, cures, and psyc..(read more)
Dutch language. The multi-color cover is no coincidence: this issue’s theme is hallucinogenic drugs in film.
In Mars by 1980, David Stubbs charts the evolution of electronic music from the earliest mechanical experiments in the late nineteenth century to the gradual ab..(read more)
New 2018 edition by Serpent’s Tail of a by now classic from 1995 where David Toop explores ambient music, field recording, and its practices in the most r..(read more)
Though sound is a central feature within urban life, it still receives little to no attention within processes of urban planning. The main difficulty in integra..(read more)
In this issue: Low: Over 20 plus years Low have established themselves as unique song stylists. But what drove the trio to bury their songs beneath layers of el..(read more)
Imagining a future in which humans fundamentally reshape the natural world using nanotechnology, synthetic biology, de-extinction, and climate engineering.
In Dutch. Ruben Jacobs onderzoekt hoe de kunst zich verhoudt tot deze nieuwe ecologische realiteit, en hoe kunstenaars wetenschap en techniek inzetten om onze r..(read more)
What does it mean to speak of artistic autonomy at a time when art is fully commercialized and aesthetics has become the guiding principle of economic productio..(read more)