Andy Beta has written about music for Spin, Pitchfork, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Village Voice, and provided both an interview with Alan Bishop as well as a map of failed ethnomusicology in Thailand for a previous issue of the Believer. He has a column about electronic music for MTV Hive and can be heard tweeting @betaworldpeace.
- July/August 2012: Interview with Moby
“No one knows how the world works. No one feels comfortable.”
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July/August 2008: Interview with Alan Bishop
Releasing albums of Iraqi Choubi music and North Korean pop, the Sublime Frequencies label is like Folkways for the axis of evil.
- July/August 2008: Schema: Failed Ethnomusicology in Laos