October 15, 2015
ESZTER BALINT grew up in 1980s New York, surrounded by the swirling sounds of No Wave and every other type of music and musician imaginable. She became a star in a role as a young ambivalent Hungarian woman in Jim Jarmusch’s first feature film Stranger Than Paradise, and in addition to notable film and television roles since that auspicious debut, has continued a parallel musical path, culminating in a remarkable release from this past year called Airless Midnight. Hear snippets of a freewheeling discussion between your host The Rock’N’Roll Nurse and Ms. Balint along with the entirety of Airless Midnight on this unusually revealing show. Joy and pain in full color, fellow music geeks!